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Dog Health & Behavior
Dogs are known to be man’s best friend. They are incredibly loyal, lovable and smart.
Humans have created what seems to be endless dog breeds, which makes health and behavioral issues all the more complex for one of our favorite animals on Earth.
Our website offers a ton of helpful info when it comes to problem solving dog health conditions, along with related symptoms and behaviors.
From troubleshooting and diagnosing why your dog is suddenly lethargic and not eating to strange behavioral patterns like wanting to sit behind you on the couch.
Our website offers tons of helpful information related to dog behavior.
This includes the benign oddities as well as the serious issues that may require immediate attention from a vet.
Don’t worry, we help guide you through to the next steps so your dog can live a long and healthy life.
Cleaning up After Fido
As dedicated dog owners we are willing to “do the work” out of love when it comes to caring for a dog living with us in our homes.
Shedding hair, scratched floors and smelly stains all come with the territory.
And that’s ok, because in many cases our dogs are like children.
We will do anything for them, including cleaning up those inevitable messes.
On PetDT, we cover all the bases when it comes to cleaning up after your dog and urine accidents.
Yep, the liquid stuff can be the worst since it can pretty much land (and soak in!) anywhere in your house. Floors, furniture, clothes and even our backyards are all victims of dog pee mishaps that can send you into a state of panic.
Your dog WILL have accidents when it comes to going to the bathroom. Places in and around your home will end up smelling at some point.
We’ve got you covered on the subject of removing urine odors, so your home and belongings can recover quickly, and you can focus on what’s most important: continuing to love your dog!