Tricks? Why would you want to teach your dog to “bow” or “back up”? There are so many reasons! Teaching your dog tricks will increase your dog’s mental stimulation, sharpen your training skills, strengthen your relationship and communication skills with each other, and gives your dog something fun to do instead of the unwanted behavior.
Consider using the C.E.T. Oral Hygiene Kit. The C.E.T. Toothbrush handle is extra long, has a large dog and a small dog brush on opposite ends (I always use the large end unless under 5 lbs) that are triangular for easy entry and the bristles are 10x softer than a human child’s brush.
Puppies and kittens arrive as adorable, new little family members that we are eager to show off, and it is exciting to purchase that new collar, ID tag, leash, litter box, bed, toys and the very best food. Soon you realize that BLAH training is necessary (Brushing teeth, Leash And House training).
The US Drug Enforcement Administration has designated Tramadol as a Schedule IV controlled substance as of August 18th, 2014. Although Tramadol is not a narcotic, it produces many of the same effects and has been identified as a drug that carries the potential for drug abuse. Many of our canine patients take this drug, often along with an NSAID, to treat pain.
If you’ve ever been to the pet section of your local store, then you know that there are many different kinds of food bowls available for your pet. Some are stylish, while others are plain, but a bowl is a bowl, right? Wrong!
Does your dog get stressed out and destroy household items when you leave the house? Do they eliminate or howl for hours the moment you step out the door to go to work? Do they become anxious at just the sight of you picking up your keys or putting your shoes on?