When A Dog Is Ready To Whelp

Is your dog about to give birth? Read this blog for some answers to common questions about whelping. The first thing to do is talk to your vet. It is important to understand the potential risks and be able to identify signs of complications. Ideally, your vet has been checking on your dog throughout the […]

Skunks and Dogs

Skunks and dogs make a combination about as appealing to me as catching a whiff of a baby’s dirty diaper. Summertime brings freely roaming skunks in some parts of the country. And it isn’t limited to the countryside either. My own dog has been sprayed twice in the last three years by skunks roaming around […]

Dog Sinus Infections

A dog’s sinus cavities are located between its nasal cavities and skull. When a dog develops an upper respiratory tract infection it is also at risk of contracting a sinus infection. When a dog has a sinus infection, the sinuses become inflamed and congested with fluid. This condition is often caused by fungal, viral or […]

Why Dogs Vomit Blood

When a dog vomits blood it is suffering from a condition known as hematemesis. Hematemesis could be a temporary condition or a sign of chronic gastrointestinal illness. The most common reasons why dogs vomit blood are: (1) a small amount of bright red blood indicating an injury in the mouth or throat, (2) a significant […]

How To Clean Your Dog’s Ears

You should clean your dog’s ears regularly to prevent bacteria buildup and possible ear infections. It’s not a difficult job when you use an ear cleaning product from your local pet store or simple household products found in your home. If your dog has floppy ears, wax and oil will build up inside the ears. […]

Why Do Dogs Shake When Sleeping?

Does your dog shake when sleeping? Does it worry you? There can be several reasons for this shaking but they’re usually not indicative of something seriously wrong with your dog just because it shakes when asleep. When a dog shakes while it’s sleeping it can be alarming because you can’t be sure what’s causing the […]

Choosing a Pet Sitter

Pet sitters do a lot more than just provide your dog with food and water while you’re away from home. A good pet sitter will spend time with your dog, exercise it, and know when it needs veterinary attention. Some pet sitters will offer to do additional things for you like bring in your mail […]

Thunderstorms and Dogs

Thunderstorms and dogs make a bad combination. It’s common for dogs to suffer from thunderstorm phobia or anxiety if they live in a part of the country subject to summer storms with thunder and lightning. Dogs with thunderstorm phobia become extremely panicky and overwhelmed with fear during loud thunderstorms. The technical term for this is […]

Why Dogs Vomit

There are many reasons why dogs vomit so if you find your dog vomiting, don’t automatically assume that your dog has an illness. The most common reasons why dogs vomit include the following: (1) Eating foreign objects or plant material. If your dog has swallowed a solid object of some kind it will often vomit […]

Stomach Ulcers in Dogs

Stomach ulcers in dogs are not uncommon and can be caused by medications, an inadequate diet, or an underlying health condition. Luckily, stomach ulcers in dogs can be treated and also prevented by taking pro-active measures to help avoid the development of stomach ulcers. Medications, especially anti-inflammatories, pain killers, and corticosteroids administered orally, will disrupt […]

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