Becoming one with your dog
The key to a good dog is a well-trained dog. When you train together, an unspoken language builds between you through words, hand signals, whistles and other methods.
Check out local kennel clubs and training centers as they often have introductory seminars for different sports, which can be a fun way to try something new with your dog.
Below is the local club and some local trainers.
New Puppy Checklist
You have a new furry family member. Now what?
While it’s important to start right in on the cuddling and training needed by a new puppy, it’s also crucial to get a head start on your puppy’s health. You want to make sure your new friend gets off on the right foot, and this means scheduling your puppy’s first veterinary visit. Depending on your new puppy’s age and expected lifestyle, there are a lot of different things you can expect from your veterinarian. Read on to learn more.
What to expect as your pet gets older
All pets age, and with advanced age comes certain ailments. But that doesn't mean age itself is a disease! Dr. Jeff Weber makes a case for loving and cherishing older pets just as much as we do younger, more energetic pets.
Pet First Aid
When it comes to caring for your dog or cat, prevention is the best medicine.
So, how do we prevent accidents and emergencies from happening in the first place? Simple steps of prevention like:
- Keeping your dog on a leash or under strict verbal control (to prevent being hit by a car, etc.)
- Keeping your cat indoors (to prevent being attacked by the neighborhood dog, etc.)
- Pet-proofing your house to make sure accidental poisoning doesn’t occur
- Appropriately crate training of your dog
- Making sure your pets are appropriately collared (at all times) and microchipped
To find out more information from Dr. Justine Lee click the link below.
How to Videos
How to trim your dogs nails
How to clean your dogs ears
Pet Insurance or Pet Savings Accounts
Advances in veterinary medicine have led to newer and better treatments. Unfortunately, veterinary care can be costly and inaccessible to many pet parents. How can you provide the best care for your pets without breaking the bank?
Read more information by clicking below.