Dog Illnesses

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Looking After Your Dog, Part Nine – Dog Grooming

Looking After Your Dog, Part Nine – Dog Grooming The phrase “dog grooming” conjures up an image of expensive salons for pets. It’s true that your pet does not need fancy haircuts, expensive baths or oil treatments. But shunning away the idea of dog grooming is akin to handling your pet with shortsightedness. Your pet’s […]

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Your Dog or Puppy Will Thank You If You Read This Guide to Canine Parasites and Diseases

Your Dog or Puppy Will Thank You If You Read This Guide to Canine Parasites and Diseases Even if you give your pet the good things he needs such as a good amount of physical activity and good foods for him, you need to realize that your pet can still become sick. The best way […]

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What Do You Do When Your Dog Can’t Walk Anymore?

Today, I’m pleased to chat with Candace Chen of Camelot Nutritionals. Hi Candace, nice to meet you. Likewise. Thanks for the invitation. You’ve developed a line of premium nutritional products for pets. Can you describe what motivated you to do so? It all started when my 5 year old German Shepherd, John Crichton, started walking […]

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5 Most Common Dog Health Problems

Dogs are our loyal and faithful friends that are always there for us. Although they are very smart, they greatly depend on us. If we want to have a happy and healthy dog, we have to take care of them. That is why we have to pay attention to the signs of their health problems. […]

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Did you know your dog attracts these pests?

We all love our dogs. They are such great companions, and are seen as equal members of the family. They keep us company and give us a sense of security that is immeasurable. But, our beloved pets can also be the main source to certain pest problems! The presence of a dog in the house […]

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Stop the Pet Obesity Epidemic and Help Your Pet

Just like human obesity throughout the world, pet obesity is a growing epidemic that needs to be stopped in order for pets to live long and healthy lives. Obesity can lead to other health problems for pets including osteoarthritis, cancer, insulin resistance, and ligament injury. These health problems can even decrease a pet’s life expectancy […]

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How To Diagnose And Treat Dog Skin Problems

If you see your dog scratching or licking itself a lot, you may be able to ease your dog’s suffering by administering a salve or spray. If you are worried that it could be a skin disorder, there are steps you can take to try to figure out what is wrong and if you should […]

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Latest Dog Illnesses News

Have a hedgehog? Beware of pets spreading salmonella Don’t judge a pet by its fur. “Pets can look healthy but can carry germs,” says Ian Williams of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The latest evidence came when the CDC reported recently that a rare form of salmonella had been linked to … Read […]

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Q&A: How do I get my dog certified as an emotional support dog?

by timtak Question by MEMA: How do I get my dog certified as an emotional support dog? My granddaughter’s psyciatrist wrote a prescription for a support dog. She has Bipolor disorder. In order to live alone she’ll need to be reminded to take her medication, to be awakened in an emergency, etc. I purchased a […]

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Q&A: Should my dog get a blood work test before going under anesthesia for her spay?

Question by Caroline: Should my dog get a blood work test before going under anesthesia for her spay? My dog is scheduled to get spayed next week and the hospital offered a “blood test” to make sure she can handle the anesthesia okay. The test is $ 60. Should I pay it, or are they […]

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