Archive for the 'Health' Category

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Caring For Your Dog’s Ears

November 23rd, 2010

Your dog depends on you to keep them healthy, and annual trips to your Veterinarian are only a piece of this partnership. As a responsible owner, you need to maintain some aspects of your dog’s grooming that are directly related to his well-being – like his ears! Some owners are intimidated by the prospect of […]

Ask The Dog Guide: Sore Nose Wrinkles

November 9th, 2010

Question: My French Bulldog/Boston terrier male, Romeo has been facing an issue lately! His wrinkles by his nose have been moist and therefore have been reacting as an open sore and I am wondering if there is a cream or powder that can be suggested to help keep it dry and taken care of? Answer: […]

Ask The Dog Guide: Detection Of Future Problems In A Puppy?

September 14th, 2010

Question: During the first visit with a vet for a puppy that is being sold, what do they check for? Do they take blood, saliva or stool samples to see over all health of the pup? I have a 2 year old dog that is experiencing seizures and our vet said he has epilepsy. Would […]

Health Alert: When Dogs Have “Senior Moments” – Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

September 8th, 2010

If you’ve noticed behavioral changes in your aging dog, it could just be due to the passing of years, but it also may be a condition called Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome. CDS is a behavior disorder that is related to the aging process. It’s also been nicknamed “Canine Alzheimer’s Syndrome.” Photo by Mollissima! Symptoms of CDS […]

Classic Dog Article: Basic First Aid For Dogs

September 7th, 2010

Often our dogs seem like untouchable balls of energy – until they’re not. During every dog’s life, you can almost be assured that they’ll need a little TLC when they get a cut or a scratch. In today’s classic article, we’ll give you the information you need to assess and care for minor wounds (and […]

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