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Did you know that it is just as important for your pet to have a healthy mouth as it is for you? There are lots of different aspects of caring for our adored animals, but unfortunately, pet dental care is one that is often overlooked in favor of more obvious things. Why is it so important to take care of your pet’s teeth? Let’s find out.
With the World Canine Organization recognizing over 300 different breeds of dog across the globe, it can be extremely difficult to know which is right for you and your lifestyle. When deciding to bring a puppy into your home, you are making a committing to, usually, at least ten years of love, care, and attention. So ensuring that you select the right dog for you is absolutely crucial.
With this in mind, we have put together this article to look at the physical and behavioral characteristics of a few popular breeds when they are fully matured.
We are constantly being told that obesity levels are increasing and we should act now to ensure our long term health. However, this problem does not just affect humans. A shocking statistic from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention states that an estimated 54% of dogs and cats in the United States are overweight or obese.(Source: Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 2015)