Dog Sanitation7 Videos

How to Clean Dog’s Paws

Your dog’s feet sure are made for walking, but did you know they are also made for protecting? Pads provide extra cushioning to help protect bones and joints from shock, provide insulation against extreme weather, aid walking on rough ground and help protect tissue deep within the paw. With all that work to do, it’s […]

How to Clean Your Carpet and Couch of Fur

Most dogs shed, and some breeds shed more than others. When dogs sit on a carpet, this almost always means dog hair will end up in the carpet. In small quantities, it may barely be noticeable. But if you leave the dog hair there, it will eventually end up on the upholstery and your clothes. […]

How to bathe your dog properly

Athough small dogs are relatively easy to bathe, going to the expense of taking your small dog to a high-volume salon can prove stressful for your dog, as the noise and activity levels may frighten him or her.Choosing to bathe your small dog at home is logistically easy and probably a whole lot kinder on […]

How Often Should You Brush Your Dog’s Teeth?

Here are some tips on caring for your dog’s teeth, as well as reasons for doing so. Clean teeth can boost the health, happiness, and longevity of your canine friend. Your dog’s human family will also reap the benefits, including a cleaner, fresher-smelling dog breath!

How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

Keeping your dogs teeth healthy is as important as keeping your teeth healthy. You go to the dentist every six months but with dog dental care running in the hundreds of dollars, learning to provide non-sedation teeth cleaning at home yourself is both safe and affordable.

How to Prevent Worms in Dogs

Dogs, especially puppies, are commonly infested with parasites such as worms. Many times, the infestation is not noticed until it has grown out of control and the animal becomes sick. Your pet can have worms even when fecal samples are tested and come back negative for parasites. Most parasites can be controlled by medication, although […]

How to Pick Up Dog Poop

Pick up dog poop using a plastic bag or latex gloves, turning the bag inside out and then closing it after the fecal matter has been picked up. Avoid contracting parasites or round worms from dog poop with precautions from a veterinarian in this free video on dog care.