The threat to your pet’s health is very real...
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Dog Sicknesses Symptoms & Diagnosis

Dog Sicknesses Symptoms & Diagnosis

The downside of dog ownership is that communication can sometimes be a guessing game. This is particularly true when your dog is not feeling well.Sometimes your dog may just be “off” – not as energetic or acting odd. This may be nothing but it could be a sign of a serious health issue. Educating yourself in the signs that indicate all is not right with your dog can mean the difference between life and death.  Bloat: If your dog’s belly starts to swell for no apparent reason, this could be an indication that she is suffering from Bloat – a...

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Dog Health Tips – Care For Your Pets at Home

Dog Health Tips – Care For Your Pets at Home

Everyone with pets, whether dogs or puppies, needs to have a veterinary surgeon to turn to in an emergency.  They do a wonderful job, and you should never ignore a pet’s suffering.  However, it is a waste of money to attend the Vet’s surgery when the problem is one you can solve at home.  This is a short guide to dealing with minor ailments as a form of Pets’ First Aid.  If the symptoms persist you can still contact the vet.  Dog health need not always be a costly worry to the wise pet owner.  Some dog breeds do not...

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Bones for Your Dog - Delicious Treat or A Deadly Snack?

Bones for Your Dog - Delicious Treat or A Deadly Snack?

  There is a difference of opinion among canine experts as to whether bones should be given to a dog raw, cooked, hard, or soft, and even whether they should be given at all. On one point, however, there is total agreement, never give a dog splintering bones from chicken, pork, fowl, and rabbit, (although chicken bones that have been cooked in a pressure cooker until they are very soft can be quite nourishing and safe).  A marrow bone is the traditional symbol of a treat for a dog, and he obviously appreciates it. It may be too big and...

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Doggy Dental Care Tops List Of Most. Frequently Diagnosed Health Problems

Doggy Dental Care Tops List Of Most. Frequently Diagnosed Health Problems

  There are nearly 44 million U.S. households that own approximately 74 million dogs. Although many of these owners treat their dog more like a family member and less like an animal, most are unaware of one of the biggest health risks for their dog.  Periodontal disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets. In fact, more than 80 percent of dogs have it by the time they are 4 years old.  Periodontal disease begins when bacteria and food debris build up along the dog's gum line. Plaque is created and, soon after, tartar forms on the teeth....

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