5 Ways to Care for Your Older Dog

As your dog gets older, he will become more dependent on you. Therefore, an extra layer of TLC can make all the difference, helping to keep your dog happy, comfortable, and safe. Here are five ways to care for your older dog. Royalty Free Photo Visiting a Vet As your dog enters his senior years, it’s important that you take regular trips to the vet. Getting a check-up on your dog will give you peace of mind and ensure there is nothing wrong. Your vet can perform regular tests and … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Welcome a New Pet into Your Home

In case you were looking for another reason to get yourself a pet, here is one: it may help you to live longer. A 2017 Swedish Study published on time.com found that owning a dog has a connection to lowered risk of cardiovascular health problems and death. Visiting an animal shelter or a vet to adopt a new pet is an exciting time. There are several things to consider when welcoming your new dog into your home, so we have picked 5 of the most important ways to welcome your new pet. 1. … [Read more...]

Tips for Buying Pet Products Online

Looking after your pets well is important. But, it can also work out expensive. Pet food, pest control products, toys, accessories and sundry equipment are not cheap. One way you can keep the cost under control is to go online, compare prices with the physical shops around you and buy anything that is cheaper. But there are a few things you need to bear in mind when shopping for pet products online. To find out what they are and secure yourself the best deals, all you need to do is to read … [Read more...]

Why Is It Essential to Choose Expert Dog Sitters?

Today, it is more than essential to choose an expert and professional dog sitter for your best companion. The reasons are many, but the first is – it gives complete peace of mind to dog owners as well as helps them to sit back, relax, feel good and enjoy. Most people choose dog sitters when they go out of a town or city. At that time, they select dog sitters who can provide a comprehensive range of caring services at the most economical rates. Dog sitters offer exclusive pet sitting Most … [Read more...]

Keeping Your Hound Safe This Halloween

Veterinary calls during Halloween week increase by 12%, according to Pet Poison Helpline. This is because the bags of sweets, chocolates and tasty treats that fill the nation’s homes during this time of the year are dangerous if consumed by dogs. Therefore, when you’re planning fun family activities this Halloween, make sure the entire family know and understand the items which pose a risk to your beloved pooch. Trick or Treaters While trick or treating is a fun and enjoyable activity for your … [Read more...]

Healthy Hound, Happy Home! Keeping Your Dog In Good Health

Its Teeth If your dog is drooling more than usual or it has particularly bad breath, then it could have problems with its teeth like tooth decay or gum disease. It’s impossible for us as people to be in good moods when we have toothaches, so it’s understandable that your dog may be a little withdrawn, snappy or off its food when it’s suffering from this sort of pain. Make sure that you get your dog’s teeth checked during twice-yearly physicals, and if it seems to be suffering from tooth … [Read more...]