As a dog owner, you always want what is best for your Poodle health-wise. Health is one of your top priorities when it comes to caring for your dog after all. It is especially important with this breed given how intelligent they are, how close they get to their owners and their unique grooming requirements.
So what exactly can you do to keep your dog healthy and at the same time improve its quality of life? Let’s delve deeper into the poodle breed.
How To Improve Your Poodle’s Health And Quality Of Life
Poodles are fabulous little dogs that require quite a bit of pampering to keep them healthy and happy.
1. Take Your Poodle For Regular Health Checkups
Take your dog for its vaccinations, get it treated for parasites, and have a vet do regular general checks. If you pick up on an illness early on, the outcome is usually better for everyone involved.
2. Groom For Optimum Poodle Health
3. Check The Eyes And Ears
Poodles need the hair in and around their ears trimmed regularly to prevent ear infections. They also need the hair around the eyes trimmed and wiped to keep it out of the eyes and clean.
Diet is very important when it comes to health and quality of life. It can solve a lot of health problems and provide your poodle with the energy it needs for daily activities. It is worth spending more on high quality food as that will mostly translate to lower long term vet bills.
Poodles are very energetic and curious dogs. They need daily walks and stimulation to keep them fit, healthy, and out of trouble. The added bonus of keeping your dog so healthy is that it will rub off on your own wellbeing. Get your poodle out into large open spaces a couple of times a day if at all possible.
Keeping your Poodle healthy doesn’t have to be difficult. If you follow the steps above, you’re well on your way to optimum Poodle health. Click here to read more about poodles, how to pick a puppy, and to get some breed information.
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I’m Rita and I’m crazy about animals. I’ve been lucky enough to have had all sorts of pets throughout my life. This, along with my years of experience working as a professional dog trainer, has given me the opportunity to learn a lot about their care and behavior. I have several animal-related qualifications including dog training, equine science, and nature guiding. I live in sunny South Africa, where you can find me out walking my dog or caring for my rabbits when I’m not working.