Keep your dog comfortable and beautiful in between grooming appointments by brushing his fur on a regular basis. Take a look at this dog grooming infographic for a more comprehensive overview!Read More
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Arthritis in dogs and cats is of 2 types - Mild Arthritis and Moderate/Severe Arthritis. Here is an infographic with detailed insights on problem areas, symptoms and treatment. Also, you will find a survey report on Australian pets suffering from Arthritis. View and share.Read More
Ask Primal Canine is your chance to ask head trainers and affiliate associations of Primal Canine your questions about your dogs. This week Dr Rajvir Gillon DVM from WG Pet Hospital came in to answer some questions.Read More
This infographic was created to show the various health benefits of giving your dogs coconut oil. I wanted to create a design that was easy to read and visually appealing .Read More
Becoming Primal Canine is a series based on Primal Canine the company. We look into the day to day practices of one of the leading dog training companies in the industry. We have an exclusive look into who they are and what they do to pursue to be the best.Read More
Distended abdomen, or bloat, might constitute a veterinary emergency! Take your pet to the animal hospital and view this infographic for a look at a few other important symptoms to take note of in your pet.Read More
Did you know that there are two dog breeds that have black tongues? And did you know that Bloodhounds can trace scents that are over 300 hours old? We certainly didn't, but with our handy new infographic you can read thirty exciting facts about our favourite companions. Take a look at the infographic below for more insane facts!Read More
Antifreeze has a sweet taste and smell that can attract your pets. Unfortunately, even small quantities can be fatal to pets if consumed! Protect your pets by using antifreeze with propylene glycol instead of ethylene glycol. Learn more from this San Jose dog boarding infographic.Read More
Sorry for delay in content but here you go!! All new episodes of from Raising Hell, Becoming Primal Canine and Ask Primal CanineRead More
Although a small scratch might not be anything to worry about, severe or profuse bleeding is a sign that you should take your pet to the veterinarian. Learn about other signs of emergency by reading through this infographic.Read More
Marilyn was my first rescue, she came with A LOT of health problems as well as a ton of behavior problems. She was extremely scared and insecure about everything (she couldn't even walk at night). We worked with her and over time she became comfortable with all situations and all of her behavior (aggression) issues faded away.Read More
Here is presented the info that will help you to keep your dog healthy.Read More
While yoga is fantastic for humans and our health, there’s a new trend that’s increasing the health of our four-legged friends, too: Doga. fix.com has created a graphic entitled "Getting Down withDoga", dishing all the details on getting yourself and your dog healthier, happier, and more connected. Whether you currently take yoga or not, this infographic can help you incorporate some fantastic Doga into your life. Doga can help build trust, help hyperactive dogs calm down, improve circulation, and foster the bond between pup and owner. With easy to follow instructions and an image guide, it’s easy to start getting your Doga on at home!Feel free to like, comment, and share this graphic from fix.com entitled "Getting Down with Doga".Read More
There are a bunch of different ways dogs make humans happier and healthier--from anxiety relief to cancer detection. Here are just a few of them.Read More
How to keep your furry friend safe and happy while not letting your garden get ruined.Read More
Knowing how to keep your dog's teeth clean means knowing how to keep them healthy and happy! Learn 12 crucial facts to keeping your dog's teeth clean in Best Bully Stick's infographic.Read More
1. Prevent ear infections:
Before giving your dog a bath, or sending him swimming, dab a couple cotton balls in baby oil and place them in his ears.
2. Remove burs:
Any good day in the forest with your dog will probably result in a fresh layer of burs. To get them out, massage all-vegetable shortening into any bur-filled areas and slowly pull the bur from the fur.
3. Protect against gum disease:
Four out of five dogs over the age of 3 have gum disease. A daily dose of Dentastix, combined with tooth brushing and an annual visit to the vet can keep your dog out of the majority.
4. Stay safe from the sun:
Apply a little bit of baby sunscreen to your dog’s nose, ears, and anywhere else that might be susceptible to sunburn. In the summertime, remember to walk him in the shade or grass since hot sidewalks can burn his delicate paws.
5. Ease arthritis and joint pain:
Keeping your dog at a healthy weight relieves pressure on his joints. There are also several healthy joint care food options at your local pet store. (Rumor has it that belly rubs help too :))
6. Stop bleeding nails:
If your dog stubs a toe or cracks a nail and you see blood, simply dip the paw in corn starch to stop the bleeding.
7. Relieve itchy skin:
Mix baby oatmeal in with your next dog bath for instant itch relief.
8. And itchy paws:
If it’s your dog’s paws that are bugging him, dissolve Epsom salt into two inches of water. Let your dog stand in the tub for 10 minutes - just make sure he doesn’t drink any of the water.
9. Keep an eye out for ticks:
Search your dog for ticks daily (and especially well after outdoor activities). If you find one embedded in your dog, remove it with a tweezers and bring him to the vet.
10. Prevent dehydration:
Keep your dog hydrated during the hot, summer months by taking a collapsible bowl with you when you’re on the go - you can fill it up periodically with fresh water so your pup will never be thirsty.