Administration of vaccines to protect dogs from infectious diseases.
Vaccination schedule review
Regular review of a dog’s vaccination schedule to ensure they are up-to-date and protected.
Variety in diet
Offering a diverse range of foods to ensure a balanced and nutritious diet for dogs.
Variety of scents
A range of different smells that can be used to stimulate a dog’s sense of smell.
Providing adequate air flow and ventilation in a dog’s living space to maintain good health.
Spoken words used to direct dogs to perform specific actions or behaviors.
Verbal communication techniques
Using verbal cues and commands to communicate with a dog.
Verbal communication with a blind dog during grooming
Using verbal cues and touch to communicate with blind dogs during grooming.
Verbal cue reinforcement
Consistently rewarding dogs for responding to verbal cues to reinforce good behavior.
Verbal signals used to communicate with dogs and direct their behavior.
Verbal cues and commands
Words used to communicate with dogs and direct their behavior.
Verbal cues training
Teaching dogs to respond to specific verbal commands through consistent training.
Positive reinforcement through spoken words to encourage good behavior in dogs.
Verbal praise encouragement
Positive reinforcement through verbal praise to encourage desired behavior in dogs.
Stimulation of the inner ear to improve balance and coordination in dogs.
The sensory system that helps a dog maintain balance and orientation in space.
Toys that have been approved by veterinarians as safe and appropriate for dogs.
Recommendations and guidance provided by a veterinarian for a dog’s care and treatment.
Approval from a licensed veterinarian for any treatments, medications, or supplements given to a dog.
Medical treatment and care provided by a veterinarian for a dog’s health and well-being.
Veterinary care considerations
Factors to take into account when providing medical care for a dog, such as age, breed, and medical history.
A meeting with a veterinarian to discuss a dog’s health concerns or needs.
Veterinary consultation advice
Recommendations and guidance provided by a veterinarian during a consultation.
Veterinary health certificate
A document that certifies a dog’s health status and is required for travel or other purposes.
A veterinarian who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of eye conditions in animals.
Oversight and guidance provided by a veterinarian for a dog’s health and well-being.
A collar that emits a vibration as a form of communication or training for a dog.
, Vibrating collars
Collars that vibrate to provide a gentle form of communication or training for dogs.
Plush toys that vibrate to provide sensory stimulation for dogs.
A synthetic material used in dog products for its durability and water resistance.
Durable and easy-to-clean flooring option for dogs that is resistant to scratches and stains.
Virtual reality experiences designed for blind dogs
Virtual reality experiences designed to stimulate blind dogs’ senses.
The degree to which a dog can see and be seen in different lighting conditions and environments.
Assistance and accommodations for dogs with impaired vision to ensure their safety and well-being.
Vision impairment management
Strategies and techniques used to help visually impaired dogs navigate their environment.
Loss of vision in dogs.
Tools such as diagrams or videos used to assist in dog training or communication.
The inability to see clearly or at all.
Visual impairment in dogs
Impaired vision in dogs.
Visually impaired dogs
Dogs with partial or complete loss of vision.
Visually impaired pets
Pets with impaired vision.
Visually impaired pups
Dogs with impaired vision.
Essential nutrients that a dog requires in small amounts to maintain good health.
The addition of vitamins to a dog’s diet to ensure adequate intake.
Vocalization changes (barking, whining)
Alterations in a dog’s vocalizations, such as barking or whining, that can indicate different emotions or needs.
Voice-activated dog treat dispensers with sound effects
Devices that dispense treats when activated by a dog’s bark or other sound.
Verbal instructions given to a dog to perform a specific action or behavior.
The modulation of tone or pitch in a person’s voice that can convey different meanings to a dog.
Voice inflection cues
Changes in tone or pitch of a person’s voice that can signal different commands or emotions to a dog.
Voice recognition software
Software that recognizes and responds to human or animal voices.
Voice recognition technology
Technology that recognizes and responds to human or animal voices.