Establish a routine, provide a balanced diet, socialize, groom, stimulate mentally, choose appropriate toys, keep clean, provide quiet time, and visit the vet.
Avoid aggression, supervise, teach obedience, use positive reinforcement, exercise, monitor body language, vaccinate, educate children, seek help.
Provide comfort care, administer medications, change dressings, monitor activity, clean incision, limit exercise, feed nutritious diet, watch for infection.
Follow vet instructions, provide rest & support, administer meds, keep area clean & dry.
Speak to your vet about a diet tailored to your dog’s needs, with lean proteins, complex carbs, and healthy fats, and limited treats.
When caring for a deaf dog, positive reinforcement, visual cues, a quiet environment, socialization, and special equipment should be used.
Activities such as guide dog training, scent games, obstacle courses, swimming, running, and agility can be modified to be safe for blind dogs.
You can find an animal shelter to adopt a dog at a local pet shelter or rescue organization.
Provide vet care, grooming, socialization, training, stimulation, shelter, cleanliness, quality time, positive reinforcement, and emergency prep.