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Is Doggie Day Care Bad For Puppies

(From our discussion board) "I recently started taking my puppy to daycare and thought it was a godsend. Our 4 1/2 month old puppy comes home tired and ready to nap & love on our laps. After a 12 hour work day it was just the thing. But our trainer who is helping us says she'll develop separation anxiety if we take her there everyday and won't be able to stay alone at home and be happy. She suggested only letting the puppy go 2-3 times a week and then having her walked other days. Does anyone k........ Read More

A Dog Day Care Business Can Be A Lot Of Fun!

If you love dogs and you enjoy making money then a dog day care business may be a very good fit for you! Let me ask you a question, "Can you imagine starting your very own dog day care business?" If you asked yourself that question and still aren't sure, let me give you a bit of dog day care business advice.... First, make sure that you truly love dogs. Second, study your area and see if there is a large dog population. Finally, get some legal advice. You see, if you love and care for the dogs ........ Read More

Care For Your Small Dog With These Big-impact Tips

Basic small dog care is much the same as for larger dogs, but owners need to make a few adjustments to best meet their small dog's needs. Consider the following daily dog care routines, and how they’re adapted to meet the needs of your pint-sized pup. Feeding Your Small Dog Naturally you're going to feed your dog daily, but the standard-size kibble at the grocery store may be too large for your small dog to eat comfortably. You'll need to be sure to buy a kibble designed to fit his smaller m........ Read More

Dental Care For Dogs

Some people don’t realize that dental hygiene is as important for dogs as it is for human beings. Just like in people, dogs’ teeth can gather plaque after eating. When plaque builds up and hardens it becomes a coarse brown substance called tartar. As tartar accumulates it can work its way under the gums and cause painful infections and gum disease. This goes on in the mouths of dogs just like it does in people. You brush your teeth every day, probably three times. What does your dog do? Tee........ Read More

Is Dental Care Important For Your Dog?

If only we could get our pets to brush their teeth regularly! Well you know that can't happen . . . but we can help our dogs take care of their teeth and gums. They don't, of course, realize how important dental care is to their health (and maybe you didn't realize it either). Following are some facts about dental problems that may either be causing your dog discomfort right now or might soon affect your dog's health; we'll also give you some tips on treating those problems. Gingivitis: Gingi........ Read More

The Positve Benefits Of Dog Day Care

Dog day care programs benefit the dogs of owner’s who have busy lives and are not able to socialize and exercise their dogs. Owners benefit from a guilt free day of work or play and can come home to a calm, relaxed pet. Dog day care provides the best of both worlds for dogs and owners alike. Kelley Blackston Getting its start in California in 1987, dog day care has exploded to virtually every small town in America. Started by dog enthusiasts, owners apply the same principles of running any bu........ Read More

Keep Your Dog Smiling With Preventative Dog Dental Care

What should pet owners know about dog dental care and periodontal disease? An important aspect of the good dog dental care is proper dental hygiene. One of the most common ailments treated by veterinarians is periodontal or gum disease. Gum disease is progressive. It starts out with the formation of plaque, a sticky bacterial film that forms in the mouth at the gum line. If not removed plaque will harden into tartar above and below the gum line. This build up causes the gums to become red and s........ Read More

Taking Care Of Your Dog's Teeth And Gums

Clean teeth and gums are very important of the overall health of your dog. Here are some information on the most common dental problems of dogs and ways in treating them. Dog's common dental problems - Periodontitis It is very common among dogs to have gum disease. At the age of two or three, many dogs have either periodontitis or gingivitis. The most common dental problem for canines is periodontitis, also known as periodontal disease. The disease is caused by various factors: plaque, f........ Read More

Improve Your Dog's Health With Natural Dog Health Care

Everyone who has a dog and who is conscientious about their own health will clearly see the benefits of providing a similar lifestyle for their pet. That not only means finding a good place for your dog to live, but also providing for his health. Commit yourself to your dog’s health by giving your dog the best in natural dog health care. As with humans, natural health care for dogs is often an advantageous alternative to chemical treatment. If you want your dog to have the benefit of provid........ Read More

A Dog Day Care Franchise - Is It Really Worth It?

When you take into account that there are over 68,000,000 dogs in the United States alone, you can see why many people consider taking advantage of a dog day care franchise. However, before you even think about a dog day care franchise, please do a self evaluation and make sure you are doing it for the right reasons. A dog day care franchise is a tremendous responsibility. It requires a lot of time, a lot of effort, and a lot of resources. Now, please understand that I am not implying that a do........ Read More

Dog Ear Care - Keeping Your Dog's Ears Healthy & Pain Free

Importance of Regular Home Dog Ear Care Routine home dog ear care is very important to the health of your dog. Performed between your regular checkups with the veterinarian, it will help keep your dog’s ears healthy and pain free. If you see signs of trouble you may be able to head them off before they require an extra visit to the vet. Excessive wax, foul odor, redness, constant scratching, excessive matting of hair in the external ear, rubbing the ears against other objects, head shaking, a........ Read More

How To Start Your Own Dog Care Home Business

Do you love dogs? If you happen to love dogs, you might want to start a dog care home business. A lot of dog owners don’t have time to groom or walk their dogs that they will often rely on pet care businesses to do the job for them. Considering the number of dog owners in the country today, you will not really run-out of clients who will ask to groom and walk their dogs. Setting up a dog bath The first thing that you will need is a place where you can bath and groom dogs. If you live ........ Read More

Dog Training Career: What Is Involved?

A dog training career may be just right for you, if you love working with dogs. Dogs of all ages, from puppies to older dogs, need training, and their owners often don’t know how to train them. They look for a professional dog trainer to do the job. If you are thinking of a dog training career, you might want to start by practicing on your own dog. If you are good at training your dog, you might be good at training other people’s dogs. But if training your dog leaves you frustrated an........ Read More

Dog Health Tips – Care For Your Pets At Home

Everyone with pets, whether dogs or puppies, needs to have a veterinary surgeon to turn to in an emergency. They do a wonderful job, and you should never ignore a pet’s suffering. However, it is a waste of money to attend the Vet’s surgery when the problem is one you can solve at home. This is a short guide to dealing with minor ailments as a form of Pets’ First Aid. If the symptoms persist you can still contact the vet. Dog health need not always be a costly worry to the wise pet own........ Read More

Pet Care - Care Of The Geriatric Dog

Generally speaking, a dog over the age of 8 is considered "old". Depending on the breed, your dog's lifespan will be anywhere from 7 to 17 years. A dog's "middle age" is usually from age 4 to 8, anything after that is a bonus and your dog is in "old age". Start your dog's "senior" years off by having a vet exam once yearly, so that you can keep pace with any condition that might develop. None of this article is intended to replace good veterinary care, which is your best insurance that your........ Read More


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