We purchased both a 3 month old German Shepard (Onyx) and a 2 month old Manx kitten (Gizmo) on February 13th and I promised to send pictures. They are doing very well and growing rapidly. Potty training was a challenge, but Onyx is doing well with it now and we
Just wanted to say thank you for our english mastiff Dallas that you recommended for us! He’s almost 5 months now, We’ve had him for almost two months he is already 40 lbs and still a growing healthy pup! He is easy to train and has overall been awesome so
Just like humans, dogs too put on ‘winter weight’. The combination of not being able to go outside as often due to bad weather conditions, more treats (especially with the holidays) and the fact that dogs, like all animals, need more calories in the winter just to stay warm, means that by spring if things aren’t done right, you can have one pudgy pooch! However, you can keep your dog’s weight down and still keep him warm just through the proper foods in your pet’s diet.
Tartar in dogs is an extremely common problem. It’s caused by a build-up of plaque on the teeth, which then hardens and turns to tartar. Although common, it is not desirable; too much tartar leads to bad breath, gum disease, loss of teeth and a lot of pain and discomfort. However, there are ways to deal with the tartar without getting bitten or subjecting yourself and your dog to a daily tooth brushing ritual. The best way is to let your dog do what it does best – chew! Chewing things is not only therapeutic for your dog, but also removes the plaque and tartar build-up on the teeth. So what should you give your dog to chew on that will remove tartar, be healthy and safe for your pet, and is all natural?