Archive for April, 2016
It’s common knowledge that practicing good dental hygiene is extremely important for humans, but did you know that it’s important for pet safety as well? As crazy as it may sound, dental care for your dog or cat by brushing your cat or dog’s teeth can help provide a better quality of life for your pet and making sure they’re eating well with a balanced diet is just as important for their lifestyle as it would be for you to have a balanced diet. You don’t want your pet to suffer, but if their oral hygiene is neglected, your pet could have infected gums, rotting teeth, and other things that make them truly miserable. Bad breath is certainly an indicator that your pet might have something wrong with t
In America, we love keeping pets. We care about our pets more than almost any other nation on Earth, so much so that visitors often remark at how kind and loving people in the United States are towards their animal friends.
In fact, we empathize with our animals as much as, or perhaps more, than we typically do with other people. According to a study conducted by AAHA in 2000, 44% or so of pet owners claimed to have acquired a pet at some point purely because they wanted a way to keep one of their already existing pets company.
With cats and dogs in particular, humans have a very close relationship. A huge percentage of Americans own either a cat or a dog (or both), and we go to comparatively great lengths to learn more about them, keep them happy, and enjoy our time with them as much as possib