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Ice Cream for your Dogs!

There are instances that the temperature comes overhand, and your dog might need some treatment to cool off. Give your best friend an ice cream to get through the heat of the summer!

Strawberry Coconut
Butter Ice Cream

Peanut Butter
Pumpkin Ice Cream


Ice Cream for your Dogs!

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Homemade Dog Treats!

Tired of going out to buy some treats at the dog store? With only two ingredients, you can give your ...
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Dog Grooming: Tips and Guides

As much as humans need to be groomed, dogs should be groomed too! Dog grooming is the act of providing ...
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Ice Cream for your Dogs!

There are instances that the temperature comes overhand, and your dog might need some treatment to cool off. Give your best friend an ice cream to get through the heat of the summer!

Strawberry Coconut Butter Ice Cream


  • A 32-ounce tub of plain yogurt
  • Half cup of pure coconut butter
  • 1 cup of fresh strawberries

Note: This serving can make up to 4 and a half to 5 cups.

  1. Mix the strawberries, yogurt, and coconut butter to the blender. Blend them until it is smooth.
  2. Pour the mixture into a container. Cover and freeze until frozen.
  3. Once frozen, you can scoop some servings into your dog’s bowl!

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Ice Cream


  • 29-ounce can of 100% Pure Pumpkin Puree
  • Half cup of peanut butter
  • 1 can of plain yogurt

Note: This serving can make up to 4 and a half to 5 cups.

  1. Mix the pumpkin puree, yogurt, and coconut butter in the blender. Blend them until it is smooth.
  2. Pour the mixture into a container. Cover and freeze until frozen.
  3. Once frozen, you can scoop some servings into your dog’s bowl!

*Plain yogurt is safe for dogs.

Homemade Dog Treats!

Tired of going out to buy some treats at the dog store? With only two ingredients, you can give your best friend a new taste of heaven.


  • 2 cups of 100% Organic Whole Wheat Flour
  • 2 4-ounce jar of pureed baby food

Note: It will be your choice of what flavor the pureed baby food will be.


  1. Preheat the oven to 350-degrees.
  2. Mix the wheat flour and baby food to make a stiff dough. If needed, add an extra flour or water.
  3. On a lightly floured surface, roll the dough until it is about ¼ inch thick. Cut it into the desired shape.
  4. Put a cookie sheet with parchment paper, place the treat about ½ inch apart from each other. Bake it for about 20 minutes to 25 minutes.
  5. Allow the treats to completely cool off before giving it to your dogs.

*Make a lot of dog treats by combining flavors, choose the ones that are non-toxic to your dogs. Avoid those foods that contain grapes, raisins, or onions. To be safe, check the list of toxic foods for dogs.

Dog Grooming: Tips and Guides

As much as humans need to be groomed, dogs should be groomed too! Dog grooming is the act of providing a hygienic care and cleaning to dogs, through which the dog’s appearance is enhanced.

When grooming your dog, it does not only enhance their physical appearance, but it can also remove dead hair and skin cells. This can allow you to inspect other signs of health issues and at the same time, have a quality bond.

Here is a list of the basic grooming tools that you need to groom your dog.

  1. Brush; the right kind of brush varies with your dog’s fur.
  2. Nail clipper; get a good one, do not settle for a cheap nail clipper.
  3. Organic flea control shampoo
  4. Dog toothbrush and toothpaste
  5. Towel
  6. Small scissors
  7. Ear drops
  8. Ear and eye wipes

Regular grooming needs a training process just like dental care. Establish and maintain a grooming schedule. A good rule of thumb for grooming is to start at an early age of the dog, it is best to get them used, have their first grooming around 3 months to 6 months of age.


When you brush your dog’s coat, use a brush with soft bristles and gently stroke his back. Dogs can manipulate brushing through biting and nibbling, be patient. Comb and brush to the direction of the hair growth until it is tangle free. As you brush your dog, take time to look for some signs of infection or parasites. If by any chance you see parasite infestations, bring your dog to the veterinary clinic and ask for some appropriate diagnosis and treatment.


Gently give your dog a bath. Make sure to use a tap water to prevent the dog from getting cold. Use organic shampoos to prevent any skin problems. Dry him with a towel. Do not forget to put cotton in the ears to prevent the water getting inside the ear.

Nail trimming…

You have to keep their nails at an appropriate length. Long paw nails can break, it can hurt and cause infection to your dogs. Trimming might cause hurt, however, this is what’s best for them. Pick up one of their paws and hold it gently, he might get comfortable with the Clippers, make your dog comfortable with some treats. Note that this process requires a lot of patience.

Tooth brushing…

This is not only for humans! Dogs need their teeth to be brushed, too. Experts recommend doing this daily. You have to use the appropriate toothbrush and toothpaste for your dogs. More so, there are dog foods that are best for your dogs. Hard biscuits and rawhide chews can help the plaque to scrape off from their teeth.

A groomer can lend help…

If you plan on taking your pet to a professional groomer, you can do so. However, make your dog feel that grooming is fun and not stressful. Let him associate that the bond with the professional groomer is fun.

Therapy Dogs

Dogs that are trained to provide comfort, affection, and love to people are called therapy dogs. They are based in retirement homes, nursing homes, hospitals, hospices and disaster areas, some are trained for people with autism and anxiety disorders.

Therapy dogs are not service or assistance dogs, they are not trained to assist individuals. Services dogs are trained to perform some specific tasks to aid a person with disabilities.

Almost all of the dog breeds can be for emotional support, there are certain dog breeds that will best suit you because of their temperament. There are different dog breeds that can provide great emotional support and companionship.

Labrador retriever

A highly flexible breed that has an extraordinary intelligence, thus they can be easily trained. As they are loyal, they can still be friendly and can socialize. However, they should be given space for they are prone to suffer from hip and joint problems.


This dog breed is known to be for herding and farms, but this dog can be quiet and affectionate. They might be scary to look at, but greyhounds can be best therapy dogs. They can be a companion in sleeping, they spend their time curled up and they only bark at rare times.


Pomeranians are often adopted by elders as they are sociable and friendly.


This dog breed is highly intellectual, they can be easily trained. They are best for family homes since they are adaptable and has a long lifespan unlike other dog breeds.


Just like greyhounds, they are perceived as a dangerous breed. But, most people do not know that they are friendly and calm around people. Rottweiler can be shy with new people, they need constant support and an extensive interaction.

German shepherd

With all forms of training, German shepherds are the best, thus they are one of the best breeds for emotional support and companionship. This dog breed is preferred for they are obedient, gentle and sociable.


Pugs can be easily transported, they are favorable for small apartment owners. They please people with their cute appearance—big, puppy-dog eyes and wrinkled skin. They have a positive temperament that can easily provide comfort, most especially to people who are suffering from neurologic development disorders. However, they should be taken care of because they can suffer from hip displacements and breathing difficulties.

Pembroke Welsh corgi

Corgis can be an excellent watchdog, they give comfort to the sick and to those who have lost a loved one.


A small breed is known to be ideal for family homes. They have floppy ears and a tricolor combination that makes them cute. The qualities of a beagle for being entertaining and friendly makes them a good companion. They get along easily with new people and other animals.

All dog breeds are not only capable of providing emotional support, they can also detect when their owners are feeling sad or going through depression. This only implies that dogs really are a man’s best friend.

Dog Winter Safety Checklist

Winter is the season to use our jackets, sweaters, mittens and other apparels to keep warm. However, these apparels are not enough to render the care for our dogs in the cold weather. Moreover, if your dog is old, its ability to regulate its natural body heat is less responsive than before.

Make sure to keep your dog safe and warm during the winter, here is a quick checklist for the winter.

Keep the leash on your dog…

Dogs should be kept indoors during winter, however, there are chances that dogs can run out of the house. Winter season can affect their sense of smell, they cannot sniff their way back to the house. Thus, keep them leashed or better yet, keep the windows or doors closed.

Do not shave your dogs…

Their fur acts as an insulator and aids in regulating their body temperature. However, you can trim down if they are long enough for snow and ice clumps.

Bathe your dog sparingly…

Avoid giving your dog frequent baths, this can result in dry, flaky skin that can lead to high susceptibility to cold.

Brush your dog on a regular basis…

Most pet owners do not give their dogs a bath during the winter season, however, the dead fur should still be removed. Thus, maintain the smoothness and cleanliness of their coat by brushing it regularly.

Keep your dog dry…

Usually, the winter season is wet due to rain or snow, check whether your best friend is cold and damp, it can lead to infection, irritation, or even arthritis. If you caught them wet, dry them with a blower or a clean towel.

Remove ice and snow from the dog’s paws…

On the paw of your dogs, ice and snow can easily clump. Make sure to remove these clumps and rinse off their feet with warm water to remove salt and chemicals that can possibly stick on his feet. The cold, ice and salted pavements can cause irritation to their paws.

Know the tolerance of your dog…

Each dog have their own tolerance, long-haired dogs can tolerate the cold temperatures than those dog breeds that have short hair. More so, dogs who have health conditions such as Cushing’s disease and diabetes can have a hard time regulating their body temperature.

Provide high protein foods…

During the winter dogs can have joint problems or anxiety issues, foods that are high in protein can help them regulate warmth. The best source of protein is cooked fish, chicken, meat or eggs.

Proper exercise for your dog…

Walks and exercises may be skipped during the winter season, however, this should be prevented. Proper exercise should be done to prevent obesity and arthritis in your dogs. Plan out activities that can substitute their outdoor activities. Monitor their weight, continue to provide them a healthy diet.

If the weather is cold for you, then it is for your dog. Let your dog stay indoors until the temperature drops. Provide them more food to aid them in maintaining their normal body weight.

Dog Allergies

A person can have dog allergies, some of these sufferers have skin irritations. People who have allergies are with an immune system that’s always oversensitive. Even if your dog is not present, constant allergy symptoms may still occur.

What are the symptoms of dog allergies?

  • Coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath
  • Watery, itchy, and red eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Runny, itchy, and stuffy nose
  • Facial pain due to nasal congestion
  • Skin rash or hives

What are the causes of dog allergies?

Some allegations say that short-haired dogs are safe and there are dog breeds that can trigger the symptoms of allergies. However, physicians have explained that the dog’s fur is not the cause of allergies. It is the saliva, urine, and the dander. If you are not familiar with the term ‘dander’, it is the dead skin flakes on the dog’s fur.

What are the medical treatments for dog allergies?

With pharmaceutical drugs, these allergies can be treated.

  • Antihistamines: It can block the chemicals that can trigger the allergic symptoms. It is sold through prescription or over the counter, it can be administered through oral route or inhalation.
  • Decongestants: It can relieve the nasal congestion and reduce the nose swelling.
  • Nasal steroids: This is sprays that can relieve the symptoms of allergy through reducing the inflammation. This is the first line of defense for allergy treatment.

However, the medical treatment for dog allergies may still vary according to its symptoms. An immunotherapy is even introduced by creating tolerance through gradually increasing the dose of allergen.

Are there any preventive measures for dog allergies?

There are some strategies that can keep you away from dog allergies. The best way to manage your dog allergy is to:

  • Keep your dog at a distance. Do not hug, pet, or kiss the dog. However, with their cuteness, you might break this rule. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
  • Provide your dog a weekly bath to reduce the dog allergens.
  • Restrict some areas, keep the dog out of your room. To limit the allergens, keep the dog in one place.
  • Use high-efficiency particulate air cleaners and vacuum cleaners, this is to reduce the allergen level in a short period of time.

If you think you are allergic to dogs, consult your physician and ask for a proper diagnosis and treatment. Get medications to control your symptoms and to make you feel better.

To diagnose you from dog allergy, you will undergo a skin prick test. Your skin will be pricked to get a small amount of dog allergen extract and then you will be monitored for 15 to 20 minutes to check for some signs of allergies, such as redness and swelling.

You might ask, is there a hypoallergenic dog?

There are a number of breeds that are allergy-free, including terriers and poodles.

The tips and advice can help you with your dog allergies, however, there are instances that you have to do some drastic measures.

Tick Prevention: Tips

It is not healthy for your dogs to have ticks and fleas. These pests can cause health problems to your pets, it can cause serious discomfort and skin problems.

Flea allergy dermatitis: Dogs suffer from this allergic reaction due to the saliva of the flea.

Anemia: Extreme flea and tick infestations in young and small dogs can lead to significant blood loss.

Lyme disease: This is a tick-transmitted disease that can cause weakness, swollen joints, poor appetite and fever to dogs.

Rocky Mountain spotted fever: This is a serious infection that is transmitted by ticks that are infected, it can cause decreased appetite, painful muscles and joints, and fever.

Ehrlichiosis: This can cause the dog to have loss of appetite, high fever, bleeding problems, and depression depending on the severity of the infection.

To prevent flea and tick infestations and these health problems, make your dog healthy!

  • Feed your dogs raw and whole foods that are appropriate to their diet.
  • Avoid using chemicals, such as pesticides, toxic cleaners, and fertilizers.
  • Reduce the administration of vaccines and drugs.
  • Apply a natural protective spray on your dog’s coat.

There are pharmaceutical drugs that can help you eliminate ticks and fleas on your dogs. However, there are also drugs that can affect the health of the dogs.


It gains access to the body and it can be contained in the organs, fats, urine, feces of the dogs. This drug can affect the nervous system of the dogs and can cause thyroid cancer.

Pyrethrins and pyrethroids

This can cause severe health problems to the dogs, it includes heart attacks, seizures, and brain damage.


This is an insect neurotoxin that acts on the central nervous system on the ticks and fleas. It has a lower toxicity effect to the dogs, however, it can still cause health problems such as increased cholesterol levels, liver toxicity, and thyroid lesions.

What’s best to do?

Bring your dog to the veterinarian and have them recommend one-year preventive measures to repel from ticks and fleas. Do not buy pharmaceutics that is not guaranteed by the vet.

Have your dogs a regular tick checks. Inspect the skin, armpits, and ears of your dog. Find and get rid of any ticks on your dog to prevent disease transmission.

Groom your pet regularly! Aside from checking them from pests and making them feel fresh, it is also a way to spend some quality time with your dog.

Take time to clean the yard and your dog’s area. Keep these areas well-maintained, ticks tend to live in a warm, shady and moist area with organic debris. Eliminate their place for hiding and breeding.

Have your dog get a regular checkup at the vet. A routine checkup can help determine signs of tick and flea infestation and other health problems.

Let us avoid all these problems by being vigilant for our best friends. Any changes in their behavior should be addressed to the vet immediately. Choose products that are recommended by the vet.

Dog Personalities: Information

Personalities and intelligence of dogs have been discovered more, as researchers dig deeper. Understand your dog with its personality type to help you figure out the reason why your dog behaves in a certain way.

There are seven (7) dimensions of canine personality being identified, those are:

  1. Reactivity
  2. Fearfulness
  3. Activity
  4. Sociability
  5. Responsiveness to training
  6. Submissiveness
  7. Aggression

The personality dimensions are greatly affected by the breed of the dog. All dogs are individuals and have their own personality. There are different approaches to determine and assess the personality of a dog, it is through:

  • Ratings of individual dogs; people who are familiar with the dog is asked to answer a questionnaire.
  • Tests; the dog is submitted to a set of tests and its reactions are evaluated on a behavioral scale.
  • Observational test; the behavior of the dog is evaluated in a selected but not controlled environment. The observer focuses on the reaction of the dog to the naturally occurring stimuli.

Protection dogs

These dogs are originally bred as herding dogs or flock guards. They are used for police work, guard homes or properties, or for sports. These dogs are confident, dominant, extremely trainable, has the ability to work well with humans. However, they have personality problems, such as dominant aggression, separation anxiety, and possessiveness.

Flocking dogs and mountain dogs

These dogs were bred to protect herds of sheep or cattle from predators. Most of them are bred to be white, to make them blend into the flocks. The behavioral profile of this kind of dogs are confident, tolerant, independent, protective, dominant, and can work well with people. However, they have personality problems, such as dominant aggression, wanderlust, and possessiveness.

Herding breeds

These dogs stalk and chase herds of sheep or cattle on a regular basis. They are usually medium-sized, agile, sensitive, and quick to use their teeth to move their flock. The behavioral profile of this kind of dogs are anxious, dominant, demanding, protective, sensitive, loyal, obedient, and can work well with people. However, they have personality problems, such as fear-based aggression, separation anxiety, destructive and noisy.

Scent hounds

They have a great sense of smell, their ears are long and can scrape the ground to stir up more scent. The behavioral profile of this kind of dogs is sweet tempered and tolerant. These kind of dogs are best for a family. However, they have personality problems, such as wanderlust, occasional dominance aggression, and indifference to training.


They are long and lean, and has a great sense of vision and has the ability to run miles without getting exhausted. The behavioral profile of this kind of dogs are reserved, shy, aloof, and gentle. However, they have personality problems, such as stubborn, predatory to small animals, not interested in work that involves obedience.


They relatively have minor shedding, cleanup, food and care cost. They are ideal for apartments and companions and are cuddly lap dogs. The behavioral profile of this kind of dogs is type specific. However, they have personality problems, such as shy, snappy, separation anxiety, and dominance aggression.

Dental Care for Dogs

We put a lot of thought into keeping our dog healthy, we think of the quality of their food, provide routine checkups for them, but what about their dental care? Oral hygiene on dogs are often overlooked, but just like humans, dogs are recommended to establish a daily brushing routine to prevent tooth loss, bad breath, and periodontal disease.

If you are not familiar with the oral and dental disease of dogs, here is a list of the common oral and dental disease of dogs.

  • Gingivitis
  • Periodontitis
  • Pyorrhea
  • Caries
  • Plaque
  • Calculus (Tar)

You can check for signs that your dog may have an oral and dental disease when the dog has:

  • Bad breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Inflamed gums
  • Tumor in the gums
  • Cysts under the tongue
  • Loose teeth

Give your dogs a regular home check, and a follow-up checkup from the vet. Most experts suggest that daily brushing is ideal, however, it may sound unrealistic, set a goal to have it three to four times a week.  Get your dog their own oral care supplies.

A human toothbrush will work, choose a soft one in a size that can fit the dog’s mouth. But a canine toothbrush works well, it is more angled, there is a toothbrush that comes in a fingertip style. Choose what style works for you.

Dogs do not know how to spit, thus they need a toothpaste that is safe for them to swallow. Human toothpaste contains abrasives and detergent that dogs should not ingest. Use a pet-formulated toothpaste, do not try using human toothpaste, it can upset the pet’s stomach or even make your pet ill. Pet-formulated toothpaste comes in poultry or seafood options.

Our pets need to be trained to tolerate, you cannot expect them to sit and open their mouth wide. It takes patience, spends some time handling the dog’s mouth, and get the dog exposed to some tasty treat by letting the dog lick your finger while you gently rub its teeth and gums. Once everything is fine, choose a time of the day that is calm and unhurried.

Let the dog sniff or lick the toothbrush and toothpaste. Rub the visible teeth, the touch may spark the interest of your dog, gradually increase the number of teeth you brush. Remember to brush along the gum line, execute a circular motion.

Conclude with a special reward, even if the process did not go well. Positive association is needed to make your dog cooperate on your brushing session.

However, if you do not have enough time to fully brush your dog’s teeth, wipe its teeth and gum line to sweep away the bacteria and accumulated food. You can use a canine dental pad or a simple gauze.

There are pet foods that are best for the pet’s teeth, serve nutritionally-balanced, dry kibble food diets. Hard biscuits and rawhide chews can massage the gums of your dog and help scrape off the plaque.

Dangers of Dog Shampoo

There are many things to consider when you use dog shampoo, the skin is the largest organ. Anything that you put on the dog’s coat and skin can be absorbed into the body. Thus, do not use shampoos that can be toxic to your dog.

The labels used by shampoos can be deceiving, there are ingredients that can cause mild skin irritations to severe health problems. We cannot validate the products easily with their claims, we all know businesses market their products in order to boost their sales.

If by any chance your dog shampoo contains any of these listed ingredients, do not use them on your dogs.

Artificial fragrance: Synthetic fragrance can be associated with the development of cancers.

Phthalates: When an artificial fragrance is present, phthalates too. It binds the fragrance with the other ingredients of the shampoo. If you do not know, phthalates can disrupt the dog’s hormone.

Artificial colors: This is not pure chemicals, however, these byproducts can cause organ damage, birth defects, allergic reactions, and cancer to the dog.

Formaldehyde preservatives: We all know that formaldehyde has its feedback, and has reformulated with a slow releasing compound. However, its effects are still there. It can cause itching, burning, blistering, and scaling of the skin.

Isothiazolinone preservatives: It contains methylchloroisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone, which can cause allergic reactions to the dog. Methylisothiazolinone is also known to be a neurotoxin.

Propylene glycol: This ingredient is used for humectants, solvent, and conditioner. It can cause toxicity to the immune system, reproductive system, and skin.

Polyethylene glycol: This ingredient is also a humectant that can moisturize the skin. As it can enhance the penetration, it can carry chemicals to cross via the skin and into the bloodstream.

Mineral oil: It is a skin moisturizer that can help protect its barrier. However, it prevents the dog’s skin from releasing its natural oils and eliminate toxins.

Sodium benzoate preservative: This can be a cancer-causing ingredient that is highly associated with leukemia and blood disorders. However, it can be considered safe it is not combined with citric acid and ascorbic acid.

SD Alcohol 40: This ingredient is used to dry the skin and hair oils, and can enhance the skin absorption. Thus, when used, toxic ingredients can easily enter the skin.

Cocamide-MEA: A surfactant that contains a high value of nitrosamines, it can cause developmental toxicity, organ toxicity, and cancer.

Sodium lauryl sulfate: It is an emulsifier, a detergent, and a surfactant. It can irritate the skin of the dog. It can cause systemic toxicity when inhaled. It contains ethoxylation which is a great contributor to the environmental pollution.

Sodium Laureth Sulfate: A cleaning agent that can be contaminated with carcinogens which can lead to immunotoxin, allergen, and developmental toxicity.

We put too much trust in the manufacturers for the grooming products of our dogs, yet there are no regulations that can question their standards invalidating the purity of their ingredients and verify their natural claims.

Thus, use those certified organic dog grooming products. Their ingredients are annually reviewed, and it can be verified that there are no GMO ingredients, no herbicides, pesticides and artificial fragrance and colors.

Dog Health: Foods to Avoid

There are human foods that can pose danger to our dogs, it may seem healthy for humans but it should be avoided by your pet. As a dog enthusiast and a dog owner, it is essential to know the foods to include or not include in your dog’s diet.


Although almonds and nuts are not toxic to dogs, it can block the esophagus or tear the windpipe of dogs. Salted nuts and almonds should be avoided, it can increase water retention which can lead to cardiac disease.


This green fruit may look yummy, but this contains persin, a fungicidal toxin that can upset the stomach of your dog.


All throughout the animated movies, bones are given to dogs, however, this poses danger to dogs. It can choke the dogs, can block their gut, and as a result, it can lead to intestinal damage. Thus, if you want to assist the oral health of your dogs, give them dental chews.


It does not contain any nutritional value, small amounts of bread are acceptable. However, it might contain some preservatives. The dough can expand in the stomach of your dog, and the fermented yeast can become toxic to the dog.


A few cashews are good for dogs if they are unsalted, it contains proteins, calcium, antioxidants, and magnesium. A large number of cashews can lead to fat-related conditions and weight gain to dogs.


It is possible to give a small amount of cheese to dogs, however, choose those that are low-fat.


Theobromine is found in chocolates and cocoa which can be extremely poisonous to dogs. Chocolates also contain methylxanthines, a stimulant that can stop the metabolic process of a dog. A small amount of chocolate can already lead the dog to sickness, dehydration, high blood pressure, and diarrhea.


Products that contain caffeine can affect the cardiac function of the dogs.


Cinnamon has oils that can irritate the mouth of the dogs, it can also lower the blood sugar of the dogs that can result to increased or decreased heart rate, liver disease, vomiting, and diarrhea. If cinnamons are inhaled, it can cause difficulty in breathing, choking and coughing to dogs.

Dairy products

There are dogs that are lactose intolerant, it can lead to stomach upsets and skin allergies.

Garlic and onion

It contains organosulfides that can affect the production and damage the red blood cells of the dogs, it can lead to anemia. It causes pale gums, weakness, and increased heart rates in dogs.


It is used on cakes, toothpaste, gums, that can cause a rapid onset of insulin. An increasing amount of insulin can cause seizures and can damage the liver of your dogs. It can lead to vomiting and weakness.

Be aware of food poisoning to your dogs, it might cause severe health issues, it requires urgent veterinary attention, contact your vet right away. Give the foods that contain high nutritional value, make sure that the foods are beneficial to your dogs.

Benefits of Having Dogs and How Do you keep them Alive

A dog is a pet animal and considered as the man’s best friend. It gives a loving and honest companion and in turn, the dog becomes loyal and a best friend to the owner. It also loves and respects its owner and can go everywhere with him. It has also been proven that dogs are very useful and obedient animal for humans. Dogs show their affection towards the owner by wagging its tail and or licking any part of the owner’s body. Evidently, it helps a lot to the owner all through the life in various ways such as it removes the loneliness of the owner and provides a companion. It is also a very watchful animal; dogs provide their duties to their owners faithfully. What I mean here is that if one trains a dog to be easily controlled and taught anything, and since dogs can be very vigilant in nature, it can hear very slow sound in the night but you never know that it takes action so soon and they could watch over the house of the owner and the owner himself from bad happenings, twenty-four-seven. There are still various benefits as to how dogs help the owner not just in the activities of daily living but also in the life of the owner as well. But how do you keep dogs healthy? How do you let them stay well?

Many people or owners of the dogs believed that when they purchase a dog, all it needs is food, water, shelter, and that vaccinations really aren’t important. Almost all pets need vaccinations that are crucial to their wellbeing. The price of keeping them alive and kicking and healthy are quite high which is one of the reasons why most owners refuse to get their dogs vaccinated. But the cost of the dog getting sick is still expensive too which makes it equal to the expensiveness of getting them vaccinated. The lifespan of a dog is very small however it can live up to approximately twelve to fifteen years long, would you still do not want to give the dog they want, need, and what they deserve? Aside from having them vaccinated, the dogs need love and quality time with their owners. It’s the things that keep them being loyal to their owners that made them respectful, obedient and loving as well. Communication also is a great way to develop a good relationship with the dog. Yes, communication; dogs can interact with people not just in a means of talking which can somewhat be applied to some dogs, but also the quality time with their owners. Quality time will help the owner to get to know the pet and understand certain behaviors and particular needs that it might have to help him identify or recognize early signs of illness. Furthermore, the time spent having quality time with the dog will help prevent many undesirable behavioral patterns. Life having dogs with you at home or elsewhere can help you, not just to guard you but these little creatures take away the stress you are facing every day, so take good care of them as they will or they are to you!

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