Common Infections in Dogs

Some common infections in dogs can result in minimal problems for the health of the animal, but infections can also cause major illnesses that can be fatal. As a responsible pet owner you should be aware of these common infections and their symptoms in order to determine whether your dog is having a bout with […]

Planning a Vacation With a Dog

Planning a vacation with a dog requires advance planning if you want your trip to be fun for both you and your dog. The most important things you’ll need to do before taking your summer trip: Pack a first aid kit. Doggie first aid kits are for sale at your local pet store or pharmacy. […]

How To Manage a Houseful of Dogs

Being a dog owner is a wonderful, fulfilling experience. Just ask any dog parent. But maybe one dog isn’t enough for you and the idea of finding a 24 hour a day playmate/babysitter for your current pet is beginning to pique your interest. Before embarking on a hunt for a second (or third) dog it’s […]

Check Your Dogs Vital Signs

Your dog’s vital signs are easy to take and can provide advance warning of any health problems that might be affecting your pet. When checking your dog’s vital signs be sure to include the following tests: Your dog’s temperature should normally range between 99.5° and 102.5°. If your dog’s temperature goes above 103°, there is […]

How to Leash Train a Puppy

When raising a puppy, every dog owner experiences the familiar behavior problem of the puppy strongly pulling on its leash. When you want to leash train a puppy it’s much easier to prevent the problem than trying to correct it after it has become an ingrained habit. There are some training methods that will teach […]

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Separation anxiety in dogs occurs more often than most people realize and is not limited to just a few breeds, sizes, or ages of dogs. Separation anxiety is a dog’s panicked response to being left alone and if not treated and corrected, can eventually result in the deterioration of a dog’s mental and physical health. […]

Why Do Dogs Dig Holes?

Certain breeds of dogs like Terriers and Dachshunds were bred specifically for their ability to dig out wild animals such as badgers, foxes, and otters. Their digging instinct gives these breeds a strong desire to dig holes, no matter whether it’s your yard or the neighbors flower bed. Dogs dig for a variety of reasons […]

Why Older Dogs Need Expert Vet Care

Seeing that your aging dog receives regular expert vet care is vital in maintaining its good health. Regular checkups and preventive veterinary care can add years to the life of an older dog. Many pet dogs are living longer lives due to early diagnosis of diseases and quicker treatments. Early intervention in a disease means […]

Car Sickness In Dogs

Many dogs will experience car sickness on short or long trips because they are unable to adapt themselves to the shifting movements and varying speeds of a car. Even a smooth ride on a fairly calm trip can upset the delicate digestive system of a dog. Car sickness, also called motion sickness, is caused by […]

Dogs Help Seniors Stay Fit

Dogs are a favorite pet for senior citizens and there is plenty of research showing that dogs help seniors stay fit by urging them to exercise. The way the dog does this is by insisting that it be walked every day or be joined in a game of catch the ball or frisbee. Dogs also […]

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