|Astrid wanted to get a nice, detailed shot of her nose.|
|Evan thinks black looks good on him, so he decided to pose in a dark shadow.|
|Like her pup sister, Thimble wanted a close-up shot of her nose, and to show off her big eyes.|
|Eddy decided to show off that she could sit still long enough for some sightseeing out the back door.|
The furbabies hope you enjoyed their selfies, and we hope you have a wonderful Sunday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Dental month is almost over, but that doesn't mean your furbabies' mouth care should be forgotten. There are a number of things you can do to stay on top of your furbabies' dental health. Look into getting some treats specifically formulated for dental health. Also consider brushing their teeth or other oral cleaning at home. There are a variety of toothpastes specially formulated for dogs and/or cats, and you can even look into getting a product called Maxi/Guard, which can be applied to your dog and/or cat's teeth and gums to promote oral health. And, of course, regular dental checks by their vet are the best way to ensure your furbabies' dental health.