Us dog owners try our very best to look after our dogs in the best way possible but are we even doing it correctly? In this article by Wiki How it tells us 4 ways to CORRECTLY look after your dog.
Feed your dog the right kind of food to have a healthy diet. If your dog isn't eating, you might want to try changing the brand of food that you're giving them; however, they may be sick, and will need to see a vet if they still won't eat.
Make sure you have time to walk your dog at least once a day so that they can get exercise. If dogs aren't walked enough, they may develop heart problems, become overweight, or develop destructive tendencies. Remember not to overwork your dog: they need to build stamina the same way humans do, so you want to take it easy on them at first, especially if they're already overweight.
Groom and wash your dog. Make sure you buy a quality brush that fits the needs of your dog's coat. You should also be sure to wash your dog when ever they get too dirty, but not too often, as your dog's skin may become too irritated; bathing your dog every week or every other week is too often. If they don't like bathing, be sure to reward them afterwards. If you're having trouble grooming your dog by yourself, or they have a difficult coat to look after, take them to a groomer every six to eight weeks, depending on how fast their hair and nails grow.
Provide substitute care when you're gone. If you are away on vacation, make sure to leave your dog with a pet-sitter or at a kennel so that they are taken care of, even without you there.
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