Since dogs can’t brush their own teeth, it’s up to us dog parents to brush our furry friend’s teeth. If your dog whimpers, runs away or hides at the sight of pet toothpaste and a toothbrush, check out our 5 tips on how to get your dog to stay calm when brushing:
During the process of domestication, dogs realized that a big part of bonding with their human companions required making eye contact. Nowadays, this behavior can present itself as persistent “begging,” a.k.a. sitting and staring at you with longing, hungry eyes that plead, “feed me!” Before you decide, “a small piece can’t hurt,” take the time to make sure it’s actually safe for pet consumption.
Pet ownership has skyrocketed in recent years. While many folks are making the step towards expanding their family, it’s important to do your research before bringing your new furry companion home.
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