Oral health problems can cause your dog pain and lead to costly veterinary bills. Protect your dog from tooth and gum diseases and maintain your dog's fresh breath with these 7 tips for good oral health.
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean your dog doesn’t have the urge to go, go, go! And for some dog owners who have an energetic pup on their hands, this could mean endless energy, restlessness, and even chewing on things they’re not supposed to.
We all know that look that our dogs give us when they see a human gadget or toy that looks like fun. No matter how many puppy-dog eyes, tail wags, panting, and drooly smiles your doggo may give you, however, you should probably avoid giving your dog most items that aren’t made for dogs.
Tennis balls are a classic toy that dogs have adopted as their favorite ball. They bounce, fly, stick out like a highlighter as they soar in the air, and make a satisfying bonk as they land on the ground. It’s no wonder that your dog absolutely loves to chase and chew on them.
Who doesn’t love a good game of frisbee? Whether you’re an ultimate frisbee champion or just love that whiz of a frisbee soaring in the air, it’s safe to say this human toy is a popular way to spend time in the great outdoors.
Like humans, no two dogs are the same. Your furry friend has his own play style, body, and personality that make it super important that he has the right toys. Knowing exactly what to look for when it comes to choosing toys, however, isn’t always straightforward. There are so many dog toys to choose from out there, and it can feel overwhelming knowing where to even begin!
Second only to perhaps bones, rope toy is a quintessential toy that dogs can’t resist pulling on and showing off their ferocious sides. However, like dog bones,rope toys can actually be dangerous to your ferocious pup, making them a big no-no for dogs.
In this post, we’re going to talk about the dangers of traditional rope toys and how you can choose rope toys that are safe for your dog’s playtime fun.
Dogs love rubber toys. After all, what’s not to love with the bouncy, exciting ingredient commonly found in many dog products? While many dog products are made from rubber, a surprising number of these toys are actually made from synthetic or artificial rubber. These products can be dangerous to your dog and should best be avoided.
Dog’s love of sticks has been a staple in animal pop culture for generations. Who doesn’t know comics, cartoons, nursery rhymes, or movies where a dog is fetching a stick? Contrary to popular belief, however, sticks are dangerous for our beloved pups.
There isn’t much that is more heart-warming than seeing your dog give you a cheeky grin. When you come to think about it, your pup uses his teeth for many key aspects of his life. From solving puzzles and shredding toys, to enjoying a healthy meal, dogs’ mouths are a significant part of how they explore the world.