In recent years, pet owners have been requiring higher quality food for their canine and feline companions. Pet food companies have responded to consumer demands by removing nutrient-lacking fillers and adding more wholesome ingredients. However, have they really increased the nutritional value, or just claimed to?
Just as good dental hygiene is critical to strong teeth and gums in humans, maintaining a good dental routine is also important for your pets. Here, we’ll take a look at the impact of dental disease on your dog’s overall health, some important signs to look for and how to keep your pet’s teeth clean on a budget.
Dental problems can cause pain, tooth loss, and infection that spread to other areas of the body such as the heart valves. Caring for your dog’s mouth and teeth can help him live a longer and happier life. Here are some tips on how to keep your dog’s choppers healthy!
It’s normal to slip Fido a scrap of food or two under the table, but did you know that many of the items you could be feeding him could result in him getting extremely sick, and can even be fatal? It’s a scary thought, especially when all we want to do is spoil our pets and make sure they’re loved and safe.