How to Have a Healthy Dog: Brush their Teeth Regularly
Regular brushing can help prevent dental disease (which can be difficult to detect) and keep your pup healthy. But make sure you brush with a toothpaste specifically developed for pets. Do not use human toothpaste, because your pet is likely to swallow it, which irritates the stomach.
How to Maintain a Healthy Dog: Offer Frequent Exercise
Maintaining a healthy pet comes with a varied exercise routine that will help your dog stay in shape, stimulate blood flow and circulation and prevent boredom. Just make sure to avoid these common exercise mistakes.
How Do I Ensure a Healthy Dog? Don’t Over Inoculate Them
Ensuring a healthy dog comes through educating yourself. Titer them first: “Titer” refers to the strength or concentration of a substance in a solution. When testing vaccine titers in dogs, a veterinarian takes a blood sample from a dog and has the blood tested for the presence and strength of the dog’s immunological response to a viral disease. If the dog demonstrates satisfactory levels of vaccine titers, the dog is considered sufficiently immune to the disease, or possessing good “immunologic memory,” and not in need of further vaccination against the disease at that time.