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Every pet owner wants the best of health for their four-legged family member and that health begins with proper oral care. By properly brushing your dog's teeth on a regular daily or weekly routine, you are on the road to providing your pet with healthy teeth and gums. Learn the necessity of proper oral care and how to ward off further health issues. Your pet could be in danger of periodontal disease and gingivitis.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
There are multiple reasons a dog may have problems with excessive urination from behavioral to medical issues. Most times excessive urination is associated with excessive drinking and a medical issues. Learn the signs and symptoms of a dog with excessive urination and the treatment options in the case of a urinary tract infection.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +3 votes | 0 comments
Salmon poisoning and disease is not very common with dogs unless your dog has encounters with raw fish. If your dog eats raw fish or catches fish like salmon and others that swim upstream to breed may be susceptible to this fatal disease. Learn the symptoms and information about salmon disease and how you can be sure to avoid your dog's exposure to raw fish.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
The canine pylorus is the small part of the stomach that leads into the small intestines. If blocked through pyloric stenosis, your dog will not be able to keep any feed down because of the obstruction. Though there is no preventative, you can learn the symptoms to watch for in order to get your dog medical help. If left untreated, the condition can become fatal.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Diarrhea in dogs is not so uncommon and many times will go away on its own in a couple of days. Acute diarrhea is easy to remedy while a chronic condition needs specific therapy depending on the cause of the diarrhea. Learn all the symptoms and signs of diarrhea in your dog and report all findings to your veterinarian. A diagnosis must be made in order to know the appropriate treatment for your pet.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Dogs and cats, just like humans, can suffer pain and discomfort most often due to illness and injury. However, pets are not always so open to conveying that pain to us in order to get help and relief. You need to be very observant to know when your dog is in pain. Learn some of the signs and symptoms of a dog in pain as well as a way to train your dog not to hide its pain so you can find it the relief it requires.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Allergies can be a huge problem for humans and animals alike. With the constant changes in our foods and the environment, there are so many contributing factors that leads to allergies. Your dog or cat can be affected but cannot verbalize their discomfort. Learn all the signs and symptoms of allergies in your pets and the treatment options. Find the appropriate test to determine your pets allergies and treat the problem.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
Fleas are terrible. They bite you and your pets. Some dogs and cats are allergic to flea bites. When you have fleas on your pets and in your home you must treat everything at the same time. Give your pets a bath in soapy water or use a medicated shampoo that is mace just for them. Vacuum your capets and floors. Wash all the bedding and throw rugs and you dog and cats bed.
Published by norlaw 73 months ago in Pet Health | +3 votes | 2 comments
Dogs are important members of the family. Choose some of the best nutritional foods and treats to provide your pet the best of health. Aside from all-natural, low-fat and low-sugar store-bought treats, there are many beneficial and nutritional snacks right in your own kitchen that your dog will love. Learn some of the treats you can give your dog as well as recipes to make your own.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
Kennel cough is a common term among pet parents and is high contagious. Most often a dog is not affected unless it is in an environment where many dogs reside in close quarters such as a kennel, pet store and boarding facilities. The disease is airborne and can affect all dogs in the same facility unless it is vaccinated for protection. Learn the signs, symptoms, treatment and prevention of kennel cough that could potentially harm your dog.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
As a dog ages, he/she may become less sedentary, lay around and sleep more. Aches and pains are associated with becoming a senior dog but unless your dog continues to stay active, atrophy will set in. In order to keep your dog healthy without losing muscle mass and gaining weight, you must keep him/her active and fit. Learn what you can do to keep your senior dog in a healthy, fit state of mind and body while prolonging his/her quality of life.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 2 comments
It is not uncommon for a dog to get a tummy ache on occasion. There are however several gastrointestinal disorders and conditions that can affect your dog. Learn other stomach and intestinal conditions that can affect your dog, know the symptoms for each condition and possible treatment options. Know what you can do to prevent gastrointestinal conditions in your dog.
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Some dogs can get a rare disease call Krabbe disease. It is always fatal. The disease will cause the dogs nervous system to degenerate. Puppie usually do not show signs of the disease. The first symptoms you will see are that the dog is uncordinated and will have tremors. The disease also affect humans. It is most common in Cairn terriers and West Higland terriers. Other breeds will get the disease as well.
Published by norlaw 73 months ago in Pet Health | +3 votes | 4 comments
The pancreas is a vital part of the dog's intestinal tract. Many medical conditions can affect your dog's pancreas functionality such as diabetes mellitus, pancreatic cysts or abscesses, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, pancreatic carcinoma and pancreatitis. Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas and can be life-threatening. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of pancreatitis, how to care for your dog with the disease and what you need to do to avoid the onset of pancreatitis in your ...
Published by Susan Lee 73 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
What are neuticles? Are there really fake testicles for dogs? Are neuticles safe? Can you get fake testicles for cats? Do they really make fake balls for pets? Why are people getting false testicles for their pets? Learn more about neuticles and why some owners are having them put in the scrotum of their neutered pet. Where can I get Neuticles?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 73 months ago in Pet Health | +4 votes | 3 comments
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