Dog Care Tips

Dog First Aid

The principles of first aid that the dog owner needs to master are simple and relatively few, but they are of vital importance in handling emergencies. Whether an dog that has been injured is to recover quickly or slowly, whether it is to be completely restored or marked or scarred indeed, whether the dog is to survive at all often depends upon the treatment it gets immediately after it is hurt. Learn more at the

Dog Health

To help you become a responsible pet owner, learn about obesity, dental problems, coughs and sneezes, impaction of the anal glands, heatstroke and more at

Poisonous Plants

Shopping for a little green to spruce up your home or garden? Be sure to check out ASPCA's list of the 17 most common plants that are poisonous to our furry friends. Learn more at ASPCA website

People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets

ASPCA nutrition experts have put together a handy list of the top toxic people foods to avoid feeding your pet. See what they are at ASPCA website

Bad Breath

Many people assume that bad breath in dogs, especially at a certain age, is a “given”—but that’s not the case. In fact, being proactive about your dog’s oral health starting from puppyhood will not only make your life together more pleasant, it’s smart preventive medicine. Learn more at ASPCA website

Dog Care Guides

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