Separation anxiety in dogs is a common problem and we sure know how it can break your heart to watch those sad, big eyes asking you not to leave them… When you add to it chewed furniture, constant barking or shaking then things can get really difficult. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to make your pet’s life better, even when they suffer from dog anxiety.
Encouraging water intake and frequent trips to urinate help prevent bacterial growth. Diet and supplements can promote urinary system health and provide an unsatisfactory environment for bacterial adhesion and growth. Prevention of Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs requires diagnosis and treatment.
Just like we do, dogs love food treats. And just like us, dogs sometimes get too many calories from their dog treats. “If you’re not careful, treats can add a substantial amount of calories to your dog’s otherwise normal, healthy diet,” says Tami Pierce, DVM, clinical veterinarian at the University of California.
We all love rewarding our puppies. Whenever it's for a good behavior or training. It's also helping to build a bond between a pup and their pet parents. But can puppies have treats?