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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 […]

Classic Dog Article: The Best Breeds For Allergy Sufferers

August 23rd, 2010

I’ve been getting lots of Ask The Dog Guide Questions from people with allergies (or who have children with allergies or asthma) that would love to own a dog, but don’t know what breeds to consider for their situation. So today I’ll bring back a link to a classic article that lists 20 breeds that […]

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