Animal Shelter Adoptions

There are some important questions you need to ask about the health of any dog you’re considering adopting from an animal shelter. Most dogs available for people to adopt from city or county operated animal shelters are mentally stable and physically healthy. Unfortunately, some dogs being offered for animal shelter adoptions have been abused 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 […]

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 […]

Does a Lump Mean a Dog Has Cancer

A lump under a dog’s skin doesn’t mean a dog has cancer and you shouldn’t be alarmed if you find your pet has developed one. However, lumps under the skin aren’t always benign, so it’s important to regularly check your dog, and if you find a lump have it tested. According to the National Canine […]

Why Dogs Puke

Dogs puke just like humans do if they’re overcome with nausea and acute indigestion. If your dog swallows a solid object, it often vomits it back up. If the object is small enough it may pass through the dog’s intestinal system and be released in its feces. If the object is too large or it […]

Ear Problems in Dogs

Ear problems in dogs range from allergies to infections. Ear Infections are the most common problem that dogs have with their ears. If your dog has floppy ears that hang down, ear infections are often a continuing problem. The warm, moist environment created by the fold in the ear flap is ideal for the growth […]

Diseases in Older Dogs

Diseases that affect older dogs can be more serious simply because the dog is older. Our pet dogs are susceptible to many of the same diseases that we as humans have to deal with. Here is a list of the most common diseases that can affect your pet and the symptoms or warning signs to […]

Caring For a Dog With Cancer

Caring for a dog with cancer is one of the most unselfish and loving things a human can do for their pet. After working with the owners of hundreds of dogs with cancer, Dr. Kathy Mitchener, a Veterinary Oncologist, has identified three commandments of Cancer Care that are essential in maintaining the quality of life […]

Can Dogs Smell Cancer?

Lung and breast cancers are the leading causes of cancer deaths worldwide. Obviously, early detection of these cancers is desperately needed. In a new scientific study, researchers have presented surprising new evidence that dogs may be able to detect early cancers in humans. The study was published a few years ago in the March 2006 […]

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