Ever wonder what the most common health problem is for dogs? It's periodontal disease. A staggering 75-80 percent of dogs two and a half years and older may start to develop trouble with their teeth. Tooth and gum problems can become painful and serious if left untreated and may possibly cause your dog to become aggressive or stop eating.
Symptoms of Periodontal Disease in dogs:
Yellow or spotty teeth
Difficulty in chewing
I've been offering my clients pet savvy interior design for about ten years now. The most common complaint I receive, with regards to four-legged children, is that copious amounts of fur are shed on furniture, carpets, and comforters. This is perhaps akin to living with a teenager who has a severe aversion to picking up his dirty clothes--it's completely natural! And with a bit of dedication, can be completely eradicated. There are simple techniques to eliminate the issue of