How To Give Your Dog The Healthiest Life Possible              

Dog owners know that their dogs are a true gift to our lives. Their companionship and impact on our wellbeing and our health, both physical and mental, really cannot be understated.

Dogs depend on us for everything from food to affection to exercise. That’s why it’s so important that we care for them in the very best way and enable them to live their healthiest lives.

Give Your Dog Plenty Of Room To Roam

Dogs need plenty of space to roam about during the day, not just at walk times. Keeping active is an important part of keeping your dog healthy. A dog without space to roam will quickly become bored. This boredom will often lead to misbehaviour like chewing or scratching furniture.

Make sure your garden is secure and consider putting in a dog run. If you are going to leave your dog outside for any amount of time make sure that he has adequate shelter. You should make sure your dog has an enclosed area with lots of blankets and a good quality dog bed that he can go to if the weather turns rainy or cold.

Choose The Best Diet

One of the absolute musts for a healthy dog is a healthy diet. You should ensure that your dog gets all the nutrition he needs and make sure to feed him a good variety. Dogs like variety as much as we humans do after all! Raw food for dogs is a really great way to make sure that your dog gets good quality nutritious food.

Don’t be tempted to feed your dog from your plate no matter how cute his puppy eyes are, as human food can be very bad for a dog’s digestive system.

Keep On Top Of Your Dog’s Health

It is advisable to do a weekly check of your dog to ensure that he or she is in good health. Aside from any obvious issues, you can spot from looking at your dog make sure to check inside his ears and the pads of his paws for any ticks or cuts.

Make it a routine to go to the vet for a check-up at least twice a year to ensure that he stays happy and healthy.

You should also try to brush his or her teeth regularly to prevent any decay. Don’t wait for when you go to your regular vet check-up, instead start a tooth cleaning routine as early as you can. Maintenance can help to prevent any future issues with your dog’s teeth.

Train Your Dog

This is a great way for the two of you to bond as well as ensuring that you can always call your dog back to you on walks and rely on him or her to behave well. This can be lifesaving if you’re walking in areas with traffic or other animals and is incredibly helpful when taking your dog to the vet.

Teaching your dog tricks like sit, stay, and rollover will have many benefits aside from just obedience. This kind of training can help your dog’s cognitive function and help him to live a healthier, longer life. Training your dog will help to create a lasting and unbreakable bond between you, which will ultimately benefit you both.