Feed your dog a high-quality diet that is appropriate for their age, breed, and activity level. Avoid feeding your dog table scraps or processed foods.
Exercise is essential for your dog's physical and mental health. Aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise per day.
It is important to take your dog to the vet for regular checkups, even if they are healthy. This will help to catch any health problems early on.
Brush your dog's teeth regularly to prevent dental disease. You can also give your dog dental treats or chew toys.
Long nails can be uncomfortable for your dog and can even cause them to bleed. Trim your dog's nails regularly to keep them short.
Bathe your dog as needed to keep them clean and free of dirt and debris. Use a mild shampoo and water that is designed for dogs.
Fleas and ticks can carry diseases that can be harmful to your dog. Use a flea and tick prevention medication to protect your dog from these pests.