Whether you call it a binkie, a pacie or a dummy, many parents report that finding the pacifier that appealed to their little one was a highly individual process. What one baby takes to right away, another might reject over and over again. “Honestly, every baby is different in what... more
Can your baby be teething at 3 months old? While most infants get their first teeth between 4 and 6 months old, it's still perfectly normal for teeth to erupt sooner. In fact, although rare, babies can actually be born with teeth! It's not unusual for teething symptoms... more
Caring for your furry pooch seems like a full-time job as he/she constantly needs your care, love, and attention. Left alone, your best buddy may vent his/her frustration, boredom, and anxiety by chasing other pets, chewing sofas and shoes, raiding garbage cans, and damaging property. Engaging your four-legged... more
Canine Companions for Independence trains dogs for adults, children with disabilities — at no cost. What’s better than cute pups? Cute pups walking across a stage and donning medals in a graduation ceremony! And not only are these dogs adorable, they also help others! They're assistance dogs, and they... more
My cats are both getting old. I expect health problems, but I'm curious about their teeth. Will they lose them as they age?
I was petting my cat tonight and noticed that its gum is red and swollen. It doesn't look nasty, but I'm sure it's not normal either. What could be the cause?
In a pet magazine today, I saw an ad for pet toothbrushes. Interesting! I've never brushed my cats' teeth. Can is start now or is it too late? They're both older cats.
I've been using a gel that you just apply to the teeth of my dogs (all three of them) and I was wondering if anyone else has used this gel too, or if you actually brush their teeth. Do you brush daily? Once a week?