Medium-sized dogs are the perfect size between small dogs and large-breed dogs. They can still be lap dogs, but they can play like bigger dogs, which appeals to many pet parents.
Medium dog breeds require regular exercise, balanced nutrition, routine health care, and mental stimulation. Here are some tips for how to take care of dogs that fall within the range of medium-sized dog breeds.
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List of Medium-Sized Dogs and Weight Range
Small dogs have become increasingly popular due to their compact size. However, we need to consider that, due to their smaller size, they have specific nutritional needs and a genetic predisposition to certain health problems.
If cared for properly, small dog breeds can have a long life span. Here are some general guidelines on how to keep small dogs healthy, from puppyhood to their senior stage of life.
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List of Small Dog Breeds...
If you have a large dog or are thinking of adopting a large-breed dog, you’ll need to take a few special considerations into account.
These include common health issues found in large dog breeds, their specific nutritional needs, and their physical activity requirements. You also need to know how these needs will vary as large dogs transition through different life stages.
Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know about large dog breeds...
Reviewed and updated for accuracy on August, 11, 2020 by Jennifer Larsen, DVM, PhD, DAVCN
Water is the main component of healthy, living cells of the body. Without water, your dog’s body will not function properly. More specifically, your dog willdehydrate.
This can happen if your dog isn’t getting enough...