The main thing to remember is that dogs’ skin is more delicate than that of humans. It is much more prone to drying out when you wash it.
Here are some of the behavioral and physical changes that will occur as your senior dog ages.
Whether the medicine is a pill, liquid, or eyedrops, there are many devices to help you administer it to your dog. Here’s some helpful information.
There are several steps you can take to increase the chances of your dog being returned to you if lost, or to decrease the chances of your dog being stolen.
In general, your dog should sleep with you in your room at night. However, you may still want to provide shelter if you leave the dog outside while you are gone.
Virtually any chew toy has potential problems, so always keep an eye out for them. Here are some good dog chew toys — and some not-so-good ones.
An unrestrained dog that climbs everywhere may get into the driver’s lap and cause havoc. Here’s a quick look at several types of restraints.
Plastic food dishes acquire microscopic scratches in which bacteria flourishes.
Here are some pros and cons of different types of collars — plus a few notes on leashes.