Knowing  and acting on these basic things will allow to extend and increase your Dog's quality of life.

  • Spaying/Neutering has huge benefits to your dog's health; your dog will have less anxiety, reduce aggressiveness, less susceptible to diseases such as prostate cancer and tumors created by abnormal hormonal activities. Spaying/Neutering your dog also prevents dog overpopulation.
  • An extremely high percentage of dogs get lost due to inquisitive nature; always make sure your dog wears a collar with your household information, you can also Microchip your Pets.
  • Avoid under any circumstance leaving your Dog unattended in your car even is its just for a minute.

  • Keep your dog up to date with All Vaccinations and maintain regularly scheduled vet visits, as many of the recognizable symptoms in dogs will reflect at an advance staged of a disease.
  • Don't allow your dog to remain outdoors for extended periods of time or unattended; dogs may ingest plants that can cause damage to their digestive system, develop respiratory conditions, be unnecessarily exposed to mosquitos carriers of Heartworm Larvae, dogs might also scape by digging a hole thru your fence.
  • Don't feed your dog too much human food can lead your dog to develop obesity, intestinal problems, choking and hyperactivity.
  • Provide your dog with a balanced diet based of the dog's age requirements, including access to fresh water. Please be mindful that when changing a dog's diet it may manifest diarrhea until their system adjust to their new type of food.
  • Provide enough exercise to your dog by walking them daily; this will allow relieve your dog's anxiety levels, promote a healthy digestion and a sense of well being.
  • Avoid giving your dog the following foods as they will cause kidney failure or other illness: Grapes, Chocolate, Cooked Onions, Avocado, Alcoholic Beverages, Salt, Bacon, Candies and Dairy Products.
  • Don't give up on your dog simply because of their behavior, they all have individual personalities just like we do; the great news is that virtually all dog behaviors can actually be corrected with love, patient and tasty treats. We always recommend Professional Dog Training, which is actually very affordable and easily accessible at your local pet store.
  • When correcting an undesired behavior, be stern by speaking directly to him and he will know he is being reprimanded; avoid at all costs Hitting or frightening your dog, as this may increase their anxiety level and cause the become afraid of you.
  • Groom often; regular brushing helps prevent skin disease and can strengthen the bond between you and your dog.
  • Don't provide medication meant for humans to your dog, they may have an adverse effect on him and even cause kidney failure.
  • Keep his ears clean to avoid ear problems due to parasites and infections. To clean it, fill the ear canal with ear cleaner, massage for 30 seconds and wipe any resulting debris. Provide a bath regularly to keep disease causing fleas and mites at bay.

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