You’ve probably heard that it’s important to check the ingredients on your pet food. But what exactly do these ingredients mean? What is “meal”? What exactly are “beef byproducts”? Today, we’re giving you a brief overview of all the most common ingredients you’ll find in dog and cat food – and whether or not they’re a good thing.
When your dog gets adequate exercise, it carries over to every other part of your dog’s life.
Dogs that receive frequent and regular exercise tend to be healthier, more social, and less aggressive than inactive dogs.
But sometimes, just walking your dog every day and letting it run around your big backyard isn’t enough. Maybe your dog is bored and is gaining weight. Or maybe you both just need a new activity to stimulate the body and mind.
Whatever the case may be, here are easy ways to get creative with dog exercise:
Is your dog getting older? Just like an old human, old dogs need proper care and treatment as they become greyer and greyer.
Remember dog year conversions: your dog will start to reach its later ages around age 7 (in dog years). that corresponds to an age of 44 to 56 (with 44 being for smaller dogs and 56 being for larger dogs).
After the age of 7 or 8, most dogs are starting to act like seniors in some way. With that in mind, here are 5 tips that will help you take care of your aging dog:
Looking for the best place to put your cat’s litter box? We want to help. Today, we’re explaining all the tips, tricks, and tactics you can use to make sure your cat uses his litter box every time he’s supposed to use it.