Tips for Proper Care of Your Dog

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Tips for Proper Care of Your Dog

 

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They say that the dog is man’s best friend and truer words have never been spoken. If you are a dog owner, you know how loyal and loving a dog can be. However, it is not enough just to love your dog, you should also know how to care for your dog properly. The following advice might help you care for your dog all the more –

  1. When you are trying to teach your dog new tricks, you should always be patient. Different dogs will learn things differently. If your dog isn’t picking up a new trick right away, give it time. You could also try changing your teaching method. Your dog may respond better to a different approach.
  2. Make sure that your dog receives plenty of exercise. Exercise and play is necessary for a dog. They keep the dog fit and healthy, both physically and mentally. Not only will your dog benefit from exercise, you will as well. It also helps you form a much stronger relationship between you and your pet.
  3. Know your dog’s behavior and body rhythms well. This is important to keep it at its healthiest. Medical issues often present themselves as subtle signs early on. If you know your dog well enough, you’ll notice them. Pay attention to input and output, sleep duration, energy levels and so on.
  4. In order to make sure that your dog is healthy, be sure to allow it to have access to clean water at all times during the day. Just like with all living beings, water is one of the most important components for it as well. The only exception would be that you would want to keep water away from a puppy for three hours before bedtime.
  5. Avoid matting on your dog’s paws by keeping the hair on them trimmed. Prior to trimming, straighten the fur using a comb. Visit a professional groomer if you have a hard time doing this yourself.
  6. If you have a new puppy in the house that suddenly begins chewing things, do not fear. This could be a sign that your puppy is teething. To keep the puppy from chewing on your belongings, make sure that you have provided it with plenty of teething toys of its own.
  7. Some breeds are more prone to illnesses and you need to know if yours is one of them. Find out what your dog’s breed frequently suffers from and the symptoms. Your vet can also tell you how to give your dog the best odds for overcoming any conditions that are typical for his breed.
  8. If you breed your dog, do so responsibly. We advise all owners of pure-bred dogs to make an effort to advance the breed and discard all other experimentations. Consider the repercussions of your actions before allowing your dog to mate and create a litter of puppies.
  9. Attention exercises must be practiced daily. These exercises will help you gain your dog’s attention when they are barking or being disruptive or destructive. Once you can gain your dog’s attention, you will have less to worry about when you have him out of the house or when there is company over.

After reading this article, we are sure you will have a better understanding of how to take care of your dog. By using this advice on a daily basis, you can enjoy many years of companionship with your furry friend. Keep your dog happy and healthy throughout its life by using these tips.

 

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