Pet Care Tips for Pet Owners Young and Old

What To Know When Getting A Dog

When you get a dog, there are a few things you want to be prepared to do in order to keep your dog healthy and happy. Owning a dog is about more than simply feeding and playing with them. They have other needs, some daily and others weekly or even monthly. You want to be sure you are going to be able to stay on top of all those needs before you commit to bringing a new dog into your family. Read More 

Low Maintenance Pet Options

If you are looking for a pet that doesn't require a whole lot of attention from you to thrive and be happy, then you have many options to choose from. This is good because it allows you to choose one that is going to meet your lifestyle needs by allowing you the freedom you want while still giving you the companionship you will also want. Here are some of the different types of pets that can be a bit less maintenance than a cat or dog would be: Read More 

Canine Teeth, Anal Glands, And Nails, Oh My!

When you have a dog, you want to make sure they stay healthy. This includes a few things into you regular routine, such as dental care, possibly anal and care and nail care. You can learn about issues that can arise and ways you can care of your dog in these areas by reviewing the information below: Your dog's teeth Your dog's teeth need to be cared for, just like your own do. Read More 

Five Great Things About Labs

If you are thinking of bringing a puppy into your family, then you should think about making it a lab puppy. There are so many fantastic things about this breed that they make a fantastic breed for many people. Here are 5 great things about lab puppies that you should be aware of: 1: Labs grow to be nice-sized dogs If you are looking for a large dog that isn't too big, then a lab is a good choice. Read More 

Is Your Aging Dog Having Trouble Getting Around? How To Alleviate Arthritis Pain

If your dog has reached senior citizen status, it's time to start worrying about arthritis. Like humans, dogs can be severely affected by this debilitating disease. Cold weather can be particularly hard on dogs who are suffering from arthritis. The cold weather can increase the pain and make it difficult for dogs to move around. If your dog has been diagnosed with arthritis, you want to do what you can to reduce those painful winter flare-ups. Read More 

About Me

Pet Care Tips for Pet Owners Young and Old

I loved animals when I was growing up, and my first pet was a hamster. I loved waking up in the middle of the night just to watch him run on his wheel! Once I proved to my parents that I could care for him well, they then allowed me to get a dog who I also loved. When I moved out of the house as an adult, I also adopted a cat, a pet rat, and an iguana. I enjoy researching animal care before I adopt new pets and putting what I learn into action. However, one thing I also love is teaching new pet owners how to care for their animals. I decided to create a blog to share my pet care tips with everyone who needs a little extra help learning how to care for their animal companions!


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