Dog Health

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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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Ensuring Your Dog’s Raw Food Diet Is Nutritious

The raw dog food market is booming. Sales of raw pet foods increased by a whopping 263% between 2011 and 2017, according to research from GFK. However, experts warn that raw diets may not be as nutritionally balanced as manufactured products. Therefore, when feeding your pet a raw food diet, it’s often beneficial to supplement […]

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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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Best Ways to Protect Your Dog from Heat

As we’re in the peak of the warm summertime, it is important to note that dogs are susceptible to injuries and illnesses during this period. Heat exhaustion and stroke are notably the most treacherous conditions for any dog. You can often solve such effects by applying a fast action to reducing your dog’s body temperature […]

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Stay Safe with LED Dog Collars and Leashes

During the daylight abundant summer months it’s generally not too hard to find a good, safe time to walk your dog. But, with autumn and winter approaching, and the days getting shorter, it’s important to be aware of the safety concerns you might face during an early morning or post-dusk dog walk. Safety First Of […]

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Infographic: Pet Survival Kit

Overview Of Doggy Survival Kit From Pooching Around As a dog owner, you should take your duty of care towards your canine buddy seriously. Which is why we want to take the opportunity to share an incredibly helpful and insightful infographic. It was designed by the doggy resource site Pooching Around and outlines the contents […]

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Why Your Dog Isn’t Eating: Symptoms, Causes & Solutions

The term to describe a loss in appetite or the inability of a dog to eat is anorexia. However, there can be any causes that are easily identifiable, explainable and raise no cause for concern. As a dog owner, you now just how much they love to eat anything and everything. This is why a […]

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Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe in the Summer Heat (Graphic)

Your cat or dog might really love the warm weather of spring and summer, but your pet can also be super stressed by changes in heat and humidity. Say, for example, that you’ve let your dog go on a mid-afternoon run with you. Think about their paws touching the pavement: They’re not wearing shoes, so […]

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8 Reasons You Should Consider Feeding Your Dog Raw Food

Recently – among humans – the Paleo diet (initially popularized by researcher Loren Cordain, and later by Ray Audette in his book Neanderthin) has become very popular. The diet is based on the idea that all animal species have a basic genetic diet that is “biologically appropriate” to that species. Keeping with a diet appropriate […]

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Signs That Your Pet Has Ticks & Fleas

Ticks are not only irritating but can also cause a world of problems for your pets. However, it is not easy to tell if these tiny parasites call your dog’s fur their home sweet, home. If ticks are an annoyance, fleas are downright irritating. Just like ticks, the signs of their infestation may not always […]

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