What To Do If Your Dog Ate Your Dirty Laundry

When you are a dog owner, you may be surprised at some of the scenarios you find yourself dealing with. For example, while you might not expect it, dogs can and sometimes do get into your dirty laundry and start chowing down on it. They most often will eat socks or underwear but may go after any article of clothing, particularly ones that smell strongly of you. The question then becomes, what do you do if your dog did, in fact, eat some of your laundry? Read More 

Reasons Why Your Dog Has Bad Breath

You may think that it's normal for your dog to have smelly breath, but actual bad breath is a sign that your dog has a health problem. Like people, bad breath can be horrendous and usually has an underlying cause. Once you address that cause, your dog's breath should be a lot less stinky. Here are some of the most common reasons why dogs get bad breath and what you can do to stop or minimize the problem. Read More 

3 Keys To Choosing The Right Veterinarian For Your Puppy

When you get a puppy, it's important to get in the habit of taking them to a veterinarian. This medical professional can examine your puppy, making sure they're healthy. As long as you keep these tips in mind, finding a veterinarian won't prove difficult.  Ask For Recommendations  A good place to start when searching for a reputable veterinarian is gathering recommendations. You can get them from people you trust, such as friends, family, and even neighbors. Read More 

Vaccinating Your Pet for Rabies

It's important to vaccinate your pet. You want to make sure that they aren't going to get sick from something that you could prevent, as well as protected from things like rabies. When you go to get your pet vaccinations, you need to make sure that you are getting the right things at the right times. You don't need to update everything every time it's time for your pet to get their shots, some are a one-time thing. Read More 

Important Things To Know About Brachycephalic Dogs

If you have a brachycephalic, or short-nosed, breed of dog, then you need to take special care to keep him or her breathing properly. Short-nosed breeds often need medical intervention to fix anomalies in their anatomy. Here is more information about short-nosed dogs and the special modifications and precautions they require to keep them healthy. What Dog Breeds Are Considered Brachycephalic? Brachycephalic literally means "short-headed," but most people recognize these breeds as flat-faced or short-nosed dogs. Read More