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Choosing the Right Dog Toys

Every dog needs toys!  But choosing the best toys for your pet can be a challenge.  There are so many different types of toys out there, and each of them has a different purpose.  Here are some considerations to ensure that you are getting the right toys for your pet.   Think about your dog’s breed when selecting toys.  Some types of dogs love to chew (Labrador retrievers and Golden retrievers are two prime examples).  Other dogs enjoy solving puzzles (like German shepherds).  You want to buy a variety of toys for your dog, but make sure that at least..  - Read More

5 Health Benefits of Dog Toys

We all need stimulation in our lives, and dogs are no different from humans.  In fact, for our canine pals, toys are every bit as much an essential supply as food, a bed or crate, and other basic necessities.  Here are a few of the most important physical and psychological benefits of toys for dogs!   Dog toys promote healthy teeth and gums.    Chew toys for dogs don’t just keep your pet busy; they have a very specific health benefit.  A dog needs to chew in order to keep her gums and teeth in top condition.  You can even..  - Read More

Does Your Dog Need A Veterinary Specialist?

It is common for pet owners to resist going to see a veterinarian specialist.  Why?  It’s probably for a lot of the same reasons that it is common for us to want to avoid specialist appointments for ourselves.  Specialists can cost more than going to see a general practitioner, and you know your dog’s primary care veterinarian.  You may feel comfortable with him or her and not too excited about dealing with a stranger.    It’s not a good idea to avoid vet specialists though.  We can argue back and forth with ourselves when it comes to making decisions about..  - Read More

Brush Your Dogs Teeth!

Just as your own teeth and gums need regular care so that you do not get gum disease or tooth decay, your pet’s teeth need to be tended to as well.  There are a number of steps which you can take to maintain the health of your pet’s mouth.  Some basic home preventative care can go a long way toward keeping gum and teeth problems away.  This article will focus on dental care for dogs. You should regularly check out your pet’s breath (probably not too challenging, particularly with canines, considering their propensity toward shoving their snouts in your face!). ..  - Read More

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