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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Pet parents should have their pets nails trimmed every two weeks. Nail grinding (nail filing) allows the pet to go at least three weeks at a time before needing either a regular trimming or grinding once more. Your pets nails are a lot like human nails but are also very different in ways. When a canine’s nails grow too long, the vein, which is technically called the “quick,” will tend to grow long inside of the nail. At this point only the nail can be trimmed. Be careful not to “quick” (puncturing the vein) the nail. To quick the nail is a very painful and frightening experience for any pet. Once the nails are trimmed professionally and correctly, the vein will eventually began to retract. As the vein retracts, more nail can be trimmed at once. Be sure to make bi-‐weekly appointments for nail trims between grooms.
Ever had a loving “up-‐close and personal” experience with your pet and noticed an unpleasant scent coming from the canine’s mouth? There may be a small underlying problem such as tooth decay or just a need for a simple teeth brushing. As written by T.J. Dunn Jr., DVM, most dog owners never take a good look inside their dogs mouth. It is estimated that over 80% of pets have significant oral pathology. By having your veterinarian exam your pets oral health, such things as loose teeth, sore and infected gums, and rotting tooth sockets can either be prevented or quickly cured before worsening. If your canine is not getting an annual teeth cleaning, they can be prone to bacteria like Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Pyorrhea, Plague, and Tartar. These group of bacteria, if consumed, can be detrimental to your pets overall health and respiratory system.
Dog constantly scratching, eyes profusely, and chewing at itself on a consistent basis? Your pets diet plan may be a very big reason for these behaviors. A few ingredients to avoid that may be in your pets diet are additive, wheat and corn, coloring agents, fat sources, fiber sources, flavoring agents, and fruits and vegetables. Some of these ingredients are a major cause of itchiness that many pet parents are unaware of. Human food is a big no no as well. Sometimes we make the mistake of thinking the prettier the bag, the more “healthy” stuff presented to us, and the more expensive the cost this bag of food has to be great for my pet. However, don’t let the colorful bag fool you. A more quality and high end food will keep your dogs coat healthier and shinier. Healthier foods also strengthen the immune system and keep the digestive system in good health. The only way to know for sure is to read the fine print on the back of the bag. It is becoming more common that dog food companies are innovating foods that are great for all dogs of any age so you won’t have to change foods as the pet grows. For more information on pet nutrition please visit www.dogfoodproject.com. For dog food reviews and ratings please visit www.dogfoodadvisor.com.