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Urinary Problems in Dogs
Dog urinary issues are common. Most canine urinary issues are simple to treat once there is a proper diagnosis. Understanding the common issues and their symptoms will help you understand what your dog may be suffering from. 1. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) Dog urinary...
 
Bladder Infection Cures Examined in Dogs
If you have a dog with a bladder infection, you'll likely spend some time looking for bladder infection cures to help relieve his pain and other symptoms. While a bladder infection can be treated with a trip to the vet and a set of antibiotics or other medicines, it's also possible to...
 
Types of Allergy Tests for Dogs
Dogs are affected by different types of allergies, including seasonal allergies to pollens and grasses or food allergies and contact allergies. In order to determine the culprit allergen, allergy tests must be performed. There are several types of allergy tests which can be...
 
Essential Puppy Notices
Puppy shots are mandatory to guarantee that the dog will be less exposed to common canine viruses. The puppy is born with immunity due to the antibodies that are transmitted from the mother, through the placenta and the breast milk. However, these antibodies protect the puppy for only a...
 
Important Causes of Dog Snout Swelling
The swelling of a dog snout can cause respiratory distress and is often an indication of other medical issues. If swelling occurs, quickly identifying the source of the swelling will allow the appropriate treatment to be administered and may prevent serious complications. ...
 
Common Dog Nose Problems
Dog nose problems range from nasal infections to tumors and discoloration. There are times when a problem is a serious fungal infection, or just a small case of kennel cough. First, you need to know what's normal for your dog's nasal area before you can rule out a more serious complication. ...
 
Important Non-Infectious Diseases in Dog
Non infectious diseases come in a variety of forms, ranging from easily treated, to conditions that need lifelong treatment and maintenance. A dog with a hampered immune system, or poor diet, is more likely to get an illness such as cardiovascular disease or arthritis. Keep an eye on your...
 
Popular Homeopathic Remedies for Dogs
The cost and invasive nature of many standard treatment procedures for common canine conditions have prompted many pet owners to search for homeopathic remedies for dogs. Homeopathic treatment options exist for many of the most frequently occurring canine medical conditions,...
 
Traits of a Good Vitamin for Dogs
Many vets recommend that you give a vitamin for dogs to your pet. Just as humans require certain essential vitamins and minerals in order to maintain proper bodily functions and to be healthy, so too do dogs. However, a standard human vitamin or a human vitamin mixture will not be...
 
Types of Flea Allergy Treatment for Dogs
Flea allergies are the most common among dogs, so flea allergy treatment for dogs is important to know if you're a dog owner. Dogs with flea allergies usually have few fleas on them because they groom so carefully, but just one bite can keep them itchy for weeks. Just because your dog doesn't...
 
Causes of Dog Vulva Swelling
Dog vulva swelling is one of the best indications towards your dog being in heat, but can also point to allergic reaction or microbiotic infection. There are five primary causes of vulva swelling. Allergic Reaction Your dog may be experiencing an allergic reaction to a shampoo...
 
Causes of Puppy Chewing
Puppy chewing is a normal behavior. They chew to explore their surroundings and to play, but this can turn into a destructive behavior. Puppy chewing can be avoided by behavioral training, and you must be aware of the causes. 1. Exploration Puppies are curious and want...
 
Causes of Puppy Sneezing
Puppy sneezing may be a symptom of allergies or a respiratory infection. Usually sneezing is not a serious medical condition, and can be treated or go away without medication. Make sure you notice any additional symptoms, so as to be able to pinpoint the real cause behind the sneezing. ...
 
Common Problems With Dog Toenails
Dog toenails, while seemingly tough, can have problems that if left untreated, can cause a significant amount of pain to the dog. Most frequently many of these problems can be avoided by simply keeping the dog's nails trimmed to an appropriate length. Overgrown nails are the...
 
Danger Signs in the Geriatric Dog
A geriatric dog will have more needs and care requirements than younger, more active dogs. It is important to address potential health problems in older dogs before they occur. Here is a list of signs to look for that may reveal your dog may not be feeling well or may need proper...