Archive for the 'Seasonal issues' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Pancreatitis and Dogs

November 23rd, 2009

We all have a tendency to overindulge during the holidays, and often we treat our dog to special foods as well. While a tidbit of turkey meat isn’t going to harm most dogs, when canines consume large amounts of rich foods, it can be hazards to their health. Guests often can’t resist those puppy-dog-eyes and […]

Classic Dog Article: Frostbite and Dogs

November 9th, 2009

While you’re bundling up for the cold weather, don’t forget about your dog! While many heavily coated breeds love this time of the year, there are plenty of dogs that aren’t adapted for the chilly weather. Dogs, like humans, can suffer from frostbite and the damage that can occur can be serious and require veterinary […]

Lawn Burn Runing Your Landscaping?

July 14th, 2009

Lawn burn can be a nightmare to a dog loving landscaper. These unsightly brown spots are caused by the nitrogen contained within a dog’s urine. For years there have been rumors circulating that female dog urine causes more lawn burn issues than that of a male dog. This isn’t exactly true. A female dog expels […]

Fido Fears Fireworks?

July 3rd, 2009

With Independence Day less than 24 hours off and the fireworks already in full swing in many locations, I know there are many cowering pooches out there! All you concerned owners may be able to help alleviate your dog’s stress this holiday with a few simple tips. Check out Firework Frenzy: How To Keep Your […]

Health Alert: Does Your Pet Have Seasonal Allergies?

April 21st, 2009

I’m feeling it again. My throat is congested, my eyes sometimes water and I sneeze. I sneeze at the sight of the beautiful flowers blooming all around me. It’s Spring again and my allergies are back with full force. Seasonal allergies aren’t just limited to humans, many dogs suffer from them as well. Photo by […]

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