Oral Health for Dogs

Oral Health for Dogs

Posted by Kimberly McCourtney on Dec 4th 2020

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), 80% of dogs show signs of oral disease by age three, often indicated by bad breath, a change in eating or chewing habits, pawing at the face and mouth and depression. Besides causing receding gums and tooth loss, bacteria in the mouth c …
Nutrition for Inactive Dogs

Nutrition for Inactive Dogs

Posted by Kimberly McCourtney on Dec 4th 2020

Dogs that don't get much exercise don't need as many calories as dogs that do. You should pay attention to your dog's energy level, potential reasons your dog's energy level might change and things you can do to keep your less active dog fit.Inactive dogs are more likely to put on extra pounds …
How to Choose a Healthy Dog Food

How to Choose a Healthy Dog Food

Posted by Kimberly McCourtney on Dec 4th 2020

Dogs are omnivorous carnivores. Dogs are members of the order Carnivora, but that doesn’t make them strict carnivores, like cats. Current research indicates that dogs can eat a wide variety of foods, both animal and vegetable, and still be healthy. But dogs still have a fairly high need for pro …