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How To Keep Your Dog's Mouth Healthy

How To Keep Your Dog's Mouth Healthy

An estimate of around 80 percent of dogs aging from 3 years old and about have oral diseases, typically involving the gums. This problem affects all breeds but small dogs are more prone to gum disease because they have a lot of teeth crowded into a small space, which makes cleaning more difficult.  Plaque Buildup Can Lead To Gum Disease  When plaque is left on your dog's teeth, it collects there and around the gum line and within a few days, it hardens and develops into tartar. Tartar sticks to the teeth and ultimately irritates the gums. Irritated gums become...

May 11, 2017

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Caring for Your Puppy

Caring for Your Puppy

Puppies are adorable creatures which need love and care, just like humans. Taking care of your puppy is no easy task. Once you bring your puppy home for the very first time, you can expect a major lifestyle change. So, here is a guide to assist you in parenting the newest member of your family. As you will find out soon, nurturing a puppy needs more than food and a shelter. Initially, it will require a lot of work but it is well worth the effort in due time. The key is to establish a healthy habit in the first...

Jan 03, 2017

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What Exactly Is "Bloat" in a Dog?

What Exactly Is "Bloat" in a Dog?

If your dog suffers from bloating, or gastric dilation, it means that his stomach has been filled up with gas and air but it remains in position. Gastric dilation volvulus (GDV) on the other hand, is when the bloated stomach twist around itself, which can later on squeeze off the blood supply resulting in significant damages to the other internal organs. GDV is a fatal condition in dogs. It is important that dog owners are aware which breeds are prone to this disorder and what are the symptoms that  they should look out for. If you suspect your dog to...

Dec 29, 2016

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Coughing: A Harmless Symptoms That May Be Related To Deadly Disease

Coughing: A Harmless Symptoms That May Be Related To Deadly Disease

Most dogs may develop a cough at some point in their lives and it's often difficult for pet parents to determine that cause of this or whether it's a serious problem.  A cough can indicate a number of different health concerns - some more serious than others. Here is a brief guide to some different types of canine coughs and what you should know about them.   Kennel Cough In most cases, when a healthy dog starts coughing, it is usually due to a kennel cough or another similar viral or bacterial infection. Some common symptoms of Kennel cough include:...

Dec 14, 2016

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Large or Giant Dogs' Foe

Large or Giant Dogs' Foe

Wobbler syndrome is a disease of the cervical spine in the area of the neck where the spinal cord and spinal nerve roots are compressed. This compression will eventually lead to neck pains and neurological problems just like the wobbly dogs with the syndrome exhibit. This wobbly gain involves taking short, floating steps with the front legs and a swaying or wobbly movement of the hind legs. Wobbler syndrome is a very common cause of neurologic problems in large and giant dogs. This condition is more commonly known as Wobbler’s, but medical terms used to describe it include spondylomyelopathy, cervical...

Dec 12, 2016

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