We have another video up of Reagan and Oshie and will have another one coming soon! Enjoy!
I hope everyone is having an excellent Friday! I just wanted to take a second and say thank you all for supporting the blog, youtube channel and other social media accounts.
Thanks to all of you we have passed 10k subscribers on YouTube and have been selected as the creator on the rise in the trending section. Thank you all so much! We really appreciate all the support and wouldn’t be where we are without you! We are excited to continue growing the channel and sharing Oshie with all of you!
Love Oshie, Jesse and Nancy!
This video has been up for a few days but I forgot to share it here. Enjoy!
This one has been up for a little while too! We absolutely loved having Reagan stay with us! We miss the little guy!
Dental Hygiene is very important for your pups. We understand that keeping up with brushing your pups teeth isn’t always easy, especially if they don’t particularly enjoy the process. We are guilty of being a bit to lax with this ourselves even though Oshie loves it..well he loves the toothpaste that is.
So why is it so important to brush a dogs teeth? Here is a short list of the benefits.
- Regular brushing will help prevent tartar, plaque and calculus build-up.
- Brushing helps prevent gingivitis and gum disease.
- It is a great opportunity to check your pups mouth for any problems. (broken teeth and etc.)
- You get to spend more time bonding with your dog 🙂
Periodontal disease (gum disease in dogs) is commonly seen when a dogs reach three years of age. Left untreated this infection can result in heart, kidney and liver problems for your pup. Dogs can also be in a significant amount of pain due to dental problems like abscessed teeth and you would never know it because they don’t shows signs of pain like we do.
So remember to regularly brush your pups teeth to keep them happy, healthy and free from pain. Also have your vet check your pups teeth during regular check-ups. (Usually included in a check-up)
If your pup doesn’t enjoy having their teeth brushed as much as Oshie (see video below), you might need to start of slowly. Use your finger at first instead of a brush. Allow them to get used to it and eventually work your way to a brush. Also try to make it fun and use a doggie toothpaste that they like. If all else fails, consult your pups Vet.
Hey everyone! We had a fun filled weekend. Oshie went to week two of puppy boot camp and did so well that we decided a trip to the beach was in order (he would have gone anyway ha ha). We hope you all had a great weekend too! Enjoy the VLOG!