Sole responsibility for dog health care can be stressful and challenging. Every dog owner wants the best for their mutt’s health and the best way to ensure this is by splitting the responsibility across the whole family. This article will give you a brief guide on how you can get the whole of the family involved in looking after the dog and the dog health care.Make It FunKids naturally love dogs, so it shouldn’t be too hard to get them involved in dog health care. Perhaps you could give the children tasks which you could oversee, such as feeding and bath time. This is especially relevant for parents with younger children and it will make it easier to get them involved when they are a bit older. They will develop an early understanding of what it takes to look after a dog and maintain these high standards their whole lives.Shared ResponsibilityIf your family is a little bit older, then there is no reason why you cannot share the load of the more laboured responsibilities. Devise a rota so you take it in turns to bath the dog and take it for walks. This way everyone is pulling their weight and the dog’s health can be easily kept on top of.Extended FamilyMore and more families travel abroad for their holidays now, posing the problem of what to do about their dog and its health care. An animal should never be simply ‘fobbed off’ on a relative, because their health care may be unintentionally neglected, through a lack of understanding.Earmark the relatives you are likely to leave your pet with early and make sure they have developed a relationship with the dog before the dog goes to stay. This way they will have an understanding of the dog’s personality, as well as specifics such as their dietary requirements. This will ensure your dog has as fun a holiday as you do.