Tips To Ease Your Dog’s Anxiety

15 April 2018
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Dogs can suffer from anxiety for a number of different reasons. Some dogs don't like loud noises from thunder, lightning, wind or fireworks, while other dogs may get anxiety about going in the car, to the veterinarian's office or going anywhere. If your dog has anxiety, he may show it by whimpering or whining, barking, or even cowering and hiding. To help ease your dog's anxiety, there are a few things you can do to help. Read More 

3 Situations That Are Considered Emergencies For Your Pet

6 January 2018
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Pet medical emergencies may not look like regular human medical emergencies and need to be treated differently. It is important to know what pet medical emergencies look like and how you should respond in an emergency situation in order to assist your pet in a helpful manner. With pets, there are a few big issues that vets see that are often ignored by most pet owners that require medical attention: trauma, diarrhea, and vomiting as well as bloating. Read More 

Signs Your Dog May Have A Dental Infection

15 November 2017
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If you have ever had a toothache, you then understand how a relatively minor pain in a small area can have a negative effect on your entire health and well being. This is the same for your dog. A cracked tooth, cavity, or infection can quickly become a major health problem if left untreated. Part of the problem is your dog cannot tell you where they hurt. Fortunately, by knowing the signs of dog dental problems you can quickly recognize when there is an issue and seek treatment. Read More 

7 Winter Dangers For Dogs

1 November 2017
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When the winter season rolls around, it is important to watch over your dog extra carefully. Frigid temperatures, ice-melting salt and other things associated with winter can be quite harmful to your furry family member. To keep your pooch healthy and safe, you may need to make certain adjustments during the cold season. Take a closer look at seven winter dangers for dogs. Antifreeze If you use antifreeze to winterize your vehicle, make sure that your dog does not get near it. Read More 

The Hazards Of Canine Obesity & Steps You Can Take To Get Your Overweight Dog Back Into Shape

23 October 2017
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Many people know that cats have a tendency to become overweight. However, if you are a dog owner, you need to realize that dog obesity is also a growing epidemic. While close to 59 percent of all cats in the United States are now overweight, in 2016, a survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention revealed that almost 54 percent of all dogs are overweight or obese. Some dog breeds are more prone to obesity than others, including Golden and Labrador Retrievers, Bichon Frises, Pugs, and Cocker spaniels. Read More