Your furry friend's wrinkles give him or her a very distinctive appearance, but the very characteristic that helps define his or her breed can also cause skin irritation and infections. In many ca ...View Article
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Had no idea that chew toys could help keep a dogs teeth clean, and in good health. I'll have to look for a new chew toy for my little pug. He loves chew toys more than anything else. If that is all I need to do to clean his teeth then the squeaking from the toys is well worth it. http://www.animalhousevh.com