Bayer Animal Health Partners with Clifford the Big Red Dog to Teach Children about caring for pets.Bayer Animal Health Veterinarian, Dr. Dan Carey joined Clifford at a local elementary school in Miami, FL to read the book to first graders and share important pet care tips.
Your dogs health is important for both our canine friends and their owners, who can be spared eyebrow-raising veterinary expenses with annual check-ups, proper exercise and diet.
Ugodog is the #1 indoor #dog potty training system. Ugodog is great for small dogs and large dogs.With the training manual it is easy to train your dog to use the Ugodog, the most important thing to remember is patients and repetition.
Traveling with your pet can be stressful for you and your dog/puppy. Make sure to make be prepared before you head out. A couple of tips - Make sure your pets crate (if you use one) has enough room so you pet will be comfortable, if not using a crate make sure to have you [...]
A dull, lackluster coat on your dog is neither aesthetically pleasing nor pleasant to pet. Furthermore, A shiny coat is indicative of a healthy dog. There are several things you can do to help your dog have a gorgeous, enviable coat. Diet - A diet that features essential fatty acids is important for a healthy [...]
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A major consideration one must keep in mind when deciding to bring home a pet is whether or not one can afford to pay for the care of that pet. What about the event of an accident or severe illness? If you don’t want to risk breaking the bank to maintain the health and wellbeing [...]
Nipping is a behavior that is completely normal among dogs, especially puppies, and has a lot to do with a puppy’s learning process. The purpose of this article is to discuss nipping, not biting. Nipping is a form of communication, interaction, exploration, and play; whereas biting is a form of aggression.
Food aggression, a subcategory of Canine Possession Aggression (CPA) is defined as territorial behavior regarding foodstuffs in the form of growling, snarling, snapping, or aggressive posturing. This type of behavior can be avoided with proper training of puppies, and should be immediately addressed in dogs already exhibiting aggressive behavior.