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Chronic kidney failure in dogs: Symptoms and ways to manage them

 by lucy on 26 Sep 2017 |
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You dog’s kidneys regulate his blood pressure, sugar levels and volume along with the water composition of his body, his red blood cell count and certain hormones. With so many vital roles to play, his kidneys are crucial to his health. It may come a...

Why is my dog losing his hair?

 by lucy on 21 Sep 2017 |
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Hair loss is a common problem in dogs and can affect your pet’s skin, as well as his endocrine, lymphatic and immune systems. When dealing with alopecia—the technical term for balding—in pets, the most important step is identifying the underlying pro...

Does acupuncture work for dogs?

  by lucy on 24 Jun 2017 |
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Many have heard of acupuncture for humans, but far fewer know that the process has been around nearly as long for our canine companions. While acupuncture can be an effective tool for managing pain, allergies, arthritis and other disorders in dogs, i...

Dog Joint Health

  by lucy on 12 Jun 2017 |
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As dogs age, they can encounter joint problems just like their human owners. Arthritis, a catch-all term for abnormal joint change, is common in older dogs but can occur in dogs of all ages when there are complications in bone and joint growth, conge...

Signs your pet has seasonal allergies and how to help

  by lucy on 06 May 2017 |
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Spring is the season for new growth and with it comes runny noses, itchy eyes and a host of other symptoms of seasonal allergies. Humans aren’t the only ones who suffer seasonally, however: Many of our pets are also allergic to pollen, mold and other...

Dog breath: A cause for concern?

 by lucy on 25 Jan 2017 |
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Dogs are famous for chewing on rancid, rotten and otherwise offensive objects, and they aren’t shy about sharing their bad breath with humans. Sometimes, a toothbrush can fix the problem, but a foul mouth can also be a sign something is wrong. By lea...

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

  by yunus on 25 May 2016 |
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Every dog owner’s seen his pet rush to the door only to chow down on the nearest patch of grass. While common knowledge holds that this is a quick fix for Fido to make himself sick, vets have largely debunked this myth. Dogs lack the enzymes needed t...

Are My Pets Getting Enough Sleep?

 by yunus on 29 Apr 2016 |
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As all pet owners know, when their pets are sleeping, they sleep hard. It might be a dog sleeping upside down on the couch or a cat stretched out at the most uncomfortable angle possible, just to ensure that its entire body is in the splash of sun on...

Ah-choo! Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

  by jaime on 17 Apr 2016 |
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We all sneeze from time to time when dust, dander or other irritants tickle our nose and throats. It turns out dogs sneeze, too, for many of the same reasons. A more arresting reaction, however, is the reverse sneeze: the reflex by which dogs rapidly...

Three Common Pantry Items Can Improve Your Dog's Health

  by petbucket on 11 Feb 2016 |
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Your kitchen pantry may contain several natural herbs and spices that can improve your dog's health. Rather than spending hundreds of dollars on expensive supplements, you can improve your dog's health with these three simple ingredients you probably...
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