Caring for Adult Dog‘You are what you eat’ and that goes for dogs too. Find out more about the science behind precise nutrition and what makes it so important for keeping your dog in peak condition.
How much exercise does my dog need?
Knowing exactly how much exercise a dog needs can be tricky. Too much can result in fatigue or injury, while too little can lead to weight gain, boredom and pent-up energy. So how much exercise is just right? Find out…
Feeding your dog right at each lifestage
Feeding a dog boils down to giving him a bowl of dog food once a day. Simple, right? Not quite. A dog’s nutritional needs vary greatly depending on his breed, age and condition. Therefore, it’s very important to provide him with the appropriate nutrition at each lifestage.
Caring for your dog’s teeth – without the toothbrush!
Oral care for dogs is important for overall health, but brushing a dog’s teeth can be a real challenge. Luckily, there are other ways to care for your dog’s dentition! Read all about it!
Positive playtime with your dog
Playtime keeps pets youthful, active and entertained. Play also helps keep your pet-owner relationship strong, so schedule some interactive fun time each day. More on play
Great grooming – for dogs!
Grooming isn’t just for show dogs – all dogs benefit from great grooming. Aside from keeping Fido smelling fresh (or at least not like a wet dog), grooming your dog will help him stay healthier and can even help you spot potential problems. Read our Great Grooming Guidelines for dogs!
Is it time to shape up?
Keeping dogs at their ideal weight helps keep them healthier overall – it’s easy to keep dogs fit with regular exercise combined with the revolutionary Weight Management Formula found in Hill’s™ VetEssentials! More on weight
Living with other pets and humans
With the right preparation, bringing a dog and new baby together should pose no problems at all. Of course, it is always an exciting time bringing a new baby into the world, but sometimes a dog won't share your enthusiasm.
Fear of thunder is a common phobia in dogs. It is usually marked by hiding, whining, barking, pawing or even urination.
The key to flying with your dog is preparation. Make sure you know the quarantine requirements of the destination country.
Health and wellbeing
Next to you and your family, your dog's vet is the most important person in his life. After all, the vet will be responsible for his health throughout his entire life. So how do you choose a veterinarian that will provide the best possible care? One of the best ways to find a vet is through the recommendation of a friend.