First trip to your dog’s groomer

If you plan to take your dog to a professional groomer, there are a few preparations you should make before your first visit. Taking a little extra time to gather all of your dog’s records and introduce him to the grooming process will make the groomer’s job easier and keep your dog stress-free.

Your dog’s feeding schedule

One of the easiest ways to keep your dog trim and healthy is to feed him on a schedule. When you set regular meal times you make sure your dog gets the proper amount of nutrition each day. And, if you have kids, it’s an easy way to assign them some regular responsibility in caring for the family pet.

Caring for your dog’s eyes

Routine dog eye care is usually quite simple and can be done everyday. The following are some easy ways to make sure your dog has perfect eyesight well into his old age. You should keep your dog’s eyes free from mucous and crusty buildup by using a damp washcloth or tissue to wipe it away. Avoid dabbing or wiping the eye…

Your dog’s dental care

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Tips on giving your dog a bath

Giving your dog a bath doesn’t have to be a chore. The following tips will help you introduce your dog to taking baths and deal with some common issues and concerns associated with dog baths. We also have step-by-step instructions on how to give your dog a bath when you’re ready.