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When It Comes To Dogs, We Know It All

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Welcome to Family Pooch. We sell quality snuffle mats and bowls as well as items to travel, enjoy and clean your pooch ... all sent to your doorstep.

There are many different dogs and many different families. Taking care of a dog requires a big responsibility and its decision that should not be taken lightly. Continue ahead to learn about what it takes to make sure you choose the right dog for your situation.

Your pet needs vaccinations, much in the same way that your baby does. Some common vaccinations that dogs require include rabies, hepatitis and distemper. Each pet is different, and each will have a different immunization schedule. Your veterinarian is a great resource when it comes to which vaccinations are right for the age and breed of your pet.

Take care to keep your dog cool while traveling during the summer by car. Even with your air-conditioning on, the dog may become over-heated in his pet carrier. A simple and low-cost countermeasure is freezing a few gallon jugs of water and placing them near him where he can curl up and cool off.

If you are going to taking your dog on vacation, take a pic of him on your phone. By doing this, in case your dog gets lost, you can provide others with a picture and easily put up flyers, which will assist in finding your dog.

Hot summer days are harder for dogs to handle than humans. Always make sure your pet has enough water to drink. Provide them with a shaded area to rest if they are going to be outside for any length of time. And, if your dog begins acting in an unusual manner, call the veterinarian. Heatstroke could be fatal, so it is important to get medical care as soon as possible.

Do you feel better prepared to care for your dog? You now have the knowledge you need to ensure you don't worry about your dog. Keep this article handy for when you need it again.

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