Month: December 2014

Dog Health
Shay Atik

Pancreatitis in Dogs

It is best to be safe and contact the veterinarian than to wait for a long period of time for the symptoms to disappear on their own. An observant pet parent is the first step to treatment and healing of pancreatitis in dogs.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs
Dog Health
Shay Atik

Lyme Disease in Dogs

Lyme disease in dogs is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, a bacteria also known as spirochete. The bacteria is transmitted by hard-shelled, slow-feeding deer ticks. The infection occurs after the tick has been attached to your dog for about 18 hours.

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10 Best Indoor Dog Breeds
Dog Breeds
Shay Atik

10 Best Indoor Dog Breeds

Some small dogs will be quiet and polite indoors and some shedders could make the best companions. Just be sure and consider all the angles before making your final decision on the best indoor dog breed for you and your family.

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The Important Jobs of Service Dogs
Dog Behavior and Training
Shay Atik

The Important Jobs of Service Dogs

The important jobs of service dogs involve providing assistance to those who have seizures, mental illness, hearing impairments, visual difficulties, autism, diabetes, emotional problems and other disabilities.

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Blood in the Feces or Vomit
Dog Health
Shay Atik

Blood in the Feces or Vomit

Anytime you see blood in the feces or vomit, it may make you worry about your pup. This is because it can indicate something serious. If you notice this with your dog, it is time to call on your veterinarian.

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Taurine for Dogs
Dog Health
Shellie Alyssa

Taurine for Dogs

Taurin for dogs can go undetected due to lack of symptoms. Dog owners should keep an eye on their dog’s health and immediately report any changes or unusual symptoms to the veterinarian immediately.

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Bones for Dogs
Dog Food Guides and Reviews
Shay Atik

Bones for Dogs

Bones for dogs caters to your dog’s natural urge to chew. Remember to provide the right type of bone for your dog and also to take preventative measures.

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Dog Behavior and Training
Rinat Shenkar

Teaching Your Dog to Accept Contact

Dogs nees to accept contact to administer first aid or medication, enable a vet to check your dog over safely, to build your dog’s trust, or to childproof a dog

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