10 Fun Facts About Dogs You May Not Know!

Fun Facts About Dogs to Know More About Them

Dogs are amazing animals, who make amazing companions, with their amazing hearts, and furry faces.   It’s funny that a pet we have had for hundreds of years, still manages to bring up new facts and research every day. Today, I think it would be fun to share 10 fun facts about dogs you may not know. And hey, even if you do know, stick around and leave us a comment with one of your own fun facts! 10 Fun Facts About Dogs You May Not Know: 1. It is no secret that dogs have more teeth than humans, but … Continue reading

5 Tips to Keep Your Dogs Teeth Healthy #NationalPetDentalHealthMonth

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Our pets are our family, and we take care of family, and are concerned for their health, right? If everyone thought that way, the statistics I am about to share with you, would be a lot different. Did you know, according to petdental.ca – by the age of two, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease? WOW! Those are not numbers we want to see associated with our pets health. And what’s more? at least 10% of dogs have an exposed/broken tooth in their mouths, causing extreme pain, and … Continue reading

Solving Your Canine’s Bad Breath Problem

Solving Your Canine's Bad Breath Problem

The most irritable thing about even your closest friend can be if he/she is suffering from bad breath. How do you even tell someone, obviously without embarrassing him, that they are suffering from bad breath? A gift pack consisting of dental hygiene products could be given to point out politely that the person is suffering. But, there is always the chance that it might turn out to be too subtle or the other person may be offended by it. Ah! This is a difficult situation to be in. However, if your best friend is a canine, then he will not … Continue reading

Got a Dog? Get a Kong! (Part 2)

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If you read my previous article about having a dog and needing a Kong, then you’ll appreciate the follow up material and tips in this article! As I mentioned in my previous post, Kongs improve life with your canine companion for a variety of reason, but there are few more things you need to know about how to set yourself and your dog up for success! The Many Benefits of Chewing Did you know that your dog needs to chew?  Chewing is a natural stress relief for dogs. Chewing releases calming hormones in your dog and helps them to feel better. … Continue reading