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Are Vitamins and Supplements for Dogs Helpful?

Around 36.5% of all families in America own a dog and if you are one of them, then you could very well consider yours as just another part of your family. Ensuring your dog leads a long, healthy life involves feeding him a quality diet and ensuring he gets enough exercise, but you may wonder […]

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7 Reasons Mobile Pet Care is Better

“Better than what?”, you may ask. Well… better than blocking out a chunk of time during the middle of a busy day – juggling work, spouse, and kid’s schedules – and then driving, waiting, calming your pet, waiting, paying, driving (again), and finally recovering at home from the stressful journey that just took place. I […]

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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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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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Dog Poison Control 101: Silent Killers Lurking in Your Home

Every year the American Poison Control Center handles over 100,000 pet poisoning cases and many of these revolve around common products in your own home. While you may think your home is the safest place for your four- legged friend, think again. Our homes are full of products that can be deadly to our doggy […]

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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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Signs Of Ill Health in Dogs

Watch out for these important signs that can help you determine the health status in your dogs. 1) If your dog has constant nasal discharge, it can indicate the presence of nasal congestion, just like in humans. Your dog may have a “common cold”. However, if the discharge is thick and smells bad or is […]

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Dog Flea Treatment

Correct dog flea treatment is very important for good dog health. Not all dog flea treatment options are created equal, however. Choosing a dog flea treatment can be a minefield when you are a pet owner, there are many different products on the market which will claim to work. Many pet shops and vets may […]

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Q&A: dog illnesses symptoms?

Question by Jennifer G: dog illnesses symptoms? My dog was fine the two days ago but when I came home from work yesterday she couldn’t walk and her eyes were twitching I took her to the vet right away and he said he thought she was poisoned but I can;t find anything she would have […]

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