Clicker Training, Socialization, Crate Training, Boundaries, Trust, Patience, Exercise, Nutrition, and Behavioral Modification.
Provide exercise and mental stimulation for your spayed dog with activities such as fetch, agility, puzzle feeders, hide-and-seek, and more.
Provide comfort, nutrition, medication, cleanliness, hydration, limited activity, reduced stress, and seek professional help.
Gently brush the fur, trim the nails, clean the ears, check for fleas and ticks, and provide a nutritious diet to groom a pregnant dog safely and effectively.
Clean ears, bathe, check teeth, monitor diet, exercise, groom coat, clip fur, remove mats/tangles, check skin for irritation/infection.
Provide nutrient-rich meals, avoid table scraps, monitor weight, establish regular meal times, offer variety, ensure hydration, and follow vet advice.
Brush your female dog’s coat frequently to reduce shedding, stimulate skin circulation, and promote a healthy fur.
Provide quality food, follow instructions, check labels, offer treats sparingly, add supplements, monitor weight, and consult your vet for advice.
Gentle walking, jogging, swimming, and limited running or jumping are all appropriate forms of exercise for a female dog during her heat cycle.
Keep environment clean, limit exercise, separate dogs, monitor behavior, avoid stressors, schedule vet visits, provide nutrition, spay/neuter, use diapers.