We all know that cats and dogs are different. We recognize that they are different creatures with unique abilities, characteristics, attitudes, and personalities. So, it isn’t too much of a stretch to think that dogs and cats would have different nutritional requirements.
Are there precautions that you should take for your furry friend? Let’s take a look at heatstroke: what it is, what to do if you think your dog has it, and how to prevent it. We will also look at hot weather car safety and how to protect your pet.
We all know that socialization is an essential part of raising a puppy. However, with all the “self-quarantine” and shelter in place, it is difficult to socialize a puppy or new dog with other people. But there are lots of other things that a pup should be socialized with that you can work on even during “shelter in place.”
Hiding treats or using toys and bowls that slow how quickly your dog eats can be a lot of fun for your dog. These are great ways to keep things interesting and they stimulate your dog’s mind. This, in turn, will enrich his life.
Kibble is high in starches and carbohydrates which makes dogs sick. A raw, species-appropriate diet will help to reduce your dog’s inflammation, reduce his risks for chronic disease, and help him live a happier and healthier life. Some dogs will take instantly to a raw diet, but for some, the transition can be harder. Either way, feeding your dog a raw diet will be well worth it.