Best products for dog owners
At Bear's Pet Shop, we understand the importance of providing our canine companions with the best care and comfort. That's why we offer a wide range of pet supplies specifically designed for dogs.
Our collection includes a variety of durable and comfortable beds to ensure your dog gets a good night's sleep.
We also carry a variety of leashes, collars, and harnesses that are designed to keep your dog secure and comfortable while walking.
We also have a range of interactive toys, treat-dispensing toys, and chew toys to keep your dog entertained, engaged and mentally stimulated.
We also have a range of grooming supplies to keep your dog neat and healthy.
We also offer a variety of travel-specific supplies, such as travel beds and portable bowls, that can help keep your dog's routine consistent and comfortable even when away from home.
At Bear's Pet Shop, we have all the necessary supplies to provide your dog with the comfort, care, and entertainment they need to live a happy and healthy life.How often should I feed my dog?
The frequency of feeding for your dog will depend on their age, size, and activity level. Adult dogs typically need to be fed twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. Puppies and older dogs may require more frequent, smaller meals. Consult with your vet or a professional trainer for specific recommendations.What kind of food should I feed my dog?
The type of food that you feed your dog will depend on their breed, size, age, and any health conditions they may have. A balanced diet of high-quality dog food is recommended, with appropriate amounts of protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Consult with your vet or a professional trainer for specific recommendations.How much should I feed my dog?
The amount of food that you feed your dog will depend on their breed, size, age, and activity level. Refer to the feeding guidelines on the dog food package, or consult with your vet or a professional trainer for specific recommendations.How can I tell if my dog is overweight?
You can tell if your dog is overweight by feeling their ribs, spine, and hips. If you can't feel them easily or see them clearly, your dog is likely overweight. You can also consult with your vet for a professional evaluation.How often should I groom my dog?
The frequency of grooming your dog will depend on their breed, coat type, and shedding level. Short-haired dogs may only need to be brushed once a week, while long-haired dogs may need to be brushed every day. A good rule of thumb is to groom your dog at least once a week.How can I train my dog?
The best way to train your dog is to start with basic obedience commands such as sit, stay, come, and heel. These commands can be taught through positive reinforcement techniques such as treats and praise. You can also consider hiring a professional dog trainer or taking a class.What should I do if my dog has separation anxiety?
If your dog has separation anxiety, it's important to start by consulting with your vet or a professional trainer. They may recommend counter-conditioning and desensitization techniques, as well as behavior modification exercises. Medication may also be used in severe cases.How often should I take my dog to the vet?
The frequency of vet visits will depend on your dog's age, breed, and overall health. In general, adult dogs should have an annual check-up, while puppies and senior dogs may require more frequent visits. Consult with your vet for specific recommendations.How can I prevent my dog from getting fleas and ticks?
There are a variety of flea and tick preventative products available, such as topical treatments, collars, and oral medications. Consult with your vet to determine the best option for your dog. Additionally, regular grooming and vacuuming can help reduce the number of fleas and ticks in your home.What should I do in case of an emergency?
In case of an emergency, it is important to remain calm and take immediate action. If your dog is unconscious or not breathing, begin CPR immediately. If your dog is bleeding or has a broken bone, apply pressure to the wound or immobilize the injury. Call your vet or emergency animal hospital for further instructions and transport your dog there as soon as possible. It's also important to have a emergency plan in place, with emergency contact numbers and your dog's medical records readily available in case of emergency.