Helpful Resources

Having a  Healthy Pet

Having a Healthy Pet is an important part of dog ownership. One of the most important factors is knowing your dog and being cognitive of all the little things and noticing ‘cause and effect’ and tracking the things that seem to impact your pet’s life.

Since they cannot speak it is important to be very attentive to their actions and any influences or indications that seem to impact their lives.

You are their caretaker and sometimes they will even try to make things obvious for you to observe as they do try to communicate with us. The more you can learn about your dog, the better chance of being there for them when they need you.

Wellness Resources for Your Dog

Feel free to review our helpful resources on how to care for your dog.

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Natural Flea & Tick Prevention

AS A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER WHO LOVES THIER PET WE URGE YOU TO TAKE THE TIME TO READ ABOUT ALL; DRUGS, MEDICINES, PILLS, etc. before deciding to give to your pet. Be Kind to your Pet and take the time to research data and be educated on any and

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Dogs In Group Settings

As a responsible and loving pet owner, it is your job to ensure your dog is in a safe environment at all times and you aren’t putting your pet in a risky or unsafe position.  Tour facilities and parks before deciding to take your dog there – look at

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How To Care For Your Dog’s Ears

Your dog relies on their ears to help them better understand the world around them.  Take care not to expose your pet to loud noise. “Depending on the noise, dogs’ sensitivity to sound can be similar to our own, or hundreds of times more sensitive” – Source National Geographic,

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Safe Use of Drugs

IMPORTANT: As a responsible pet owner who loves their pet(s), take the time to read & research any / all drugs that are suggested or recommended or prescribed by your pet care provider.  If you have any questions, please consult with your pet care provider’s and discuss any questions

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Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins and Minerals are very important for Optimal Pet Health and there are many options available for these available.  We suggest using vitamins that contain limited ingredients and not using Vitamins or Minerals that have artificial food flavorings, artificial coloring, or harmful preservatives.  If you are feeding your dog

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Judicious Use of Anti-Biotics on your Pet

Safe use of Drugs IMPORTANT: As a responsible pet owner who loves their pet(s), please take the time to research any / all drugs that are suggested or recommended or prescribed by your pet care provider. If you have any questions, please consult with your pet care providers and

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Care for Your Dog’s Skin and Coat

How often your dog needs to be bathed depends on a variety of factors including the type and length of their coat and their activity level. Dogs with allergies may need more frequent baths with medicated shampoo. Bathing your dog provides a good opportunity to check them over for

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Environmental Factors

As a dog owner, you need to make sure the environment is safe before allowing your dog to spend time there. Tour dog parks, dog daycares, and boarding facilities before using them. Be sure the area is clean and that dog poop is quickly picked up. It’s critical that

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Training and Exercise

We developed several brands of exercise equipment for dogs so that the dogs and their owners can interact with each other in an activity level that would generate health benefits for both.  Our products are designed to provide; strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, balance & agility and obedience or human

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Choosing The Right Food

One of the most important decisions you will make as a dog owner, is what food and treats to offer your pet. Be sure to check with your veterinarian on their recommendations. It’s also important to do your own research on what other people are saying about certain dog

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Immunology Over Vaccinations

TAKE THE TIME TO READ ABOUT VACCINES – Your dog is depending on you to carefully read and evaluate the risk and benefits of each vaccine and how you can do immunology testing thru titer test. BE GENTLE WITH YOUR DOG – It is Safer to just do one

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Caring for Your Dog’s Paws

It is best to examine your dogs’ paws on a regular basis. Paws need to be cleaned and toenail groomed on a reasonable schedule. The paws can harbor bacteria or fungus, so it is important to constantly examine and clean these. The pads provide insulation and cushion when dogs

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Heartworm Prevention

This is very important to make sure you discuss with your veterinarian considerations of putting your dog on a Heartworm Prevention medicine. Remember, even if your dog is on prevention medicine, it does not guarantee 100% to prevent heartworm so you should always keep your pet away from insect

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Choosing your Veterinary Care

We suggest having a primary care veterinary and a secondary option, in case your primary veterinary is not available. You should also understand and do research on the best emergency care options in your area.  Sometimes the best emergency care options may be the closest university veterinary services as

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Caring For Your Dog’s Teeth

Taking care of your dogs’ teeth is very important.  When a dog has bacteria from tarter and plaque in their mouth, it can cause additional health problems and teeth should be kept as clean as possible. There are many organic toothpaste and toothbrushes on the market. Sometimes brushing your