So you’ve done some soul searching and decided you definitely want a dog. You know the size and type of dog that best fits your lifestyle, and you’ve even dog proofed your home. You have a leash, a collar, toys; all that’s missing is the actual dog itself. Now what?
There is often no harder grooming task than cleaning a puppy’s ears and eyes. However, it is important that you take the time and effort to do this, as your puppy can easily develop infections if proper care is not observed. Below, an easy grooming guide for both.
Nurturing a dog is not as easy at it looks from the outside. Suddenly, you find yourself fretting over collars, shampoos, treats... Once you have finally picked the right food, then you have to decide which method of feeding you are going to use. There are two main methods, both of which have their own benefits and drawbacks.
Dog beds collect dirt, mud, drool, fur, insects, and more. Cleaning the bedding regularly can keep you and your dog healthier by eliminating microbes, allergens, and fleas. In fact, washing your dog’s bedding is one of the simplest ways to help protect your home from a flea infestation.
Any day is a good day to decide to get a dog. What’s not to love about dogs? They’re friendly, furry, loving, loyal, and make you very happy. The only thing is, what kind of dog to get? And, do you get a mutt or a purebred?