Pet Health, Training, and Nutrition

What Is The Best Canine Cancer Diet?
What Is The Best Canine Cancer Diet?

Choosing the best canine cancer diet is a vital part of a new holistic approach being taken by some owners to help prevent and treat the deadly disease. Alongside conventional cancer treatments like surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, cryotherapy, hypotherapy and immunotherapy vets and dog owners are starting to realise the importance that a […]

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The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Glaucoma
The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Glaucoma

Canine glaucoma is a chronic and very serious disease that affects a dog's eye (just look at the picture to see how terrible the symptoms are)! In fact this is such a dangerous condition that it can very often lead to blindness. This condition is caused by a build-up of aqueous humor […]

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The Dog Owners Guide to Ear Mites in Dogs
The Dog Owners Guide to Ear Mites in Dogs

Before we start talking about ear mites in dogs and how the nasty little parasites can affect your beloved little pet we need to go into a little detail about the area that they live, feed and cause the frantic itching i.e. the ear canal. Leading from the middle ear and the […]

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Bladder Cancer In Dogs
Bladder Cancer In Dogs

Tumors and bladder cancer in dogs is actually fairly rare but if your dog does experience this type of cancer then symptoms can include blood in the urine, cystitis, difficulty when attempting to urinate, breathing problems, abdominal pain, vomiting, poor appetite, coughing and a reluctance to go for a walk or exercise. […]

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Guide To Canine Bad Breath For Dog Owners
Guide To Canine Bad Breath For Dog Owners

Canine bad breath is actually a preventable problem often caused by periodontal disease (the two most common forms are Gingivitis and Periodontitis). When we say doggie breath is a preventable problem we simply mean by brushing your dog's teeth on a regular basis you will reduce the chances of dental plaque and […]

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The Dog Owners Guide To Canine False Pregnancy
The Dog Owners Guide To Canine False Pregnancy

A canine false pregnancy (Pseudocyesis) is basically when a female dog will show the symptoms of being pregnant. This can be as a result of the dog actually never having mated or failing to conceive. A dog suffering from this condition may even start lactating but will not actually have any puppies. […]

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The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Cataracts
The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Cataracts

For your canine cataracts is a debilitating and miserable condition. This condition leads to opacity of the eye lens (this is the characteristic white cloudy appearance that you see in dogs that have developed this problem – basically your dogs eyes will lose their transparency looking grey or white rather than the […]

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Dog Owners Canine Rheumatoid Arthritis
Dog Owners Canine Rheumatoid Arthritis

Canine Rheumatoid Arthritis is found mainly in toy and smaller breeds including Shetland Sheepdogs. This debilitating condition is an immune mediated disease which basically means that the dog's own antibodies start to attack the dog's own connective tissue. There are two types of immune-mediated arthritis including Rheumatoid and non-erosive. The Top Customer Rated Dog Food Suppliment To Help […]

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The Dog Owners Guide To Skin Cancer In Dogs
The Dog Owners Guide To Skin Cancer In Dogs

Skin cancer in dogs (tumors) are one of the most common types of cancers to affect dogs. Unfortunately it is very difficult (in fact almost impossible) for a vet to know whether a growth (tumor) is benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) simply through the appearance of the growth. The most accurate way […]

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A Guide to Bone Cancer in Dogs
A Guide to Bone Cancer in Dogs

Although bone cancer in dogs (tumors) are fairly uncommon they do occur and will either be malignant (cancerous) or benign (not cancerous). The three most common types of bone tumors to affect dogs are Osteosarcomas, Chondrosarcomas and Synovial Cell Sarcomas (all three types are malignant). There are two types of benign bone […]

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The Dog Owners Guide To Canine Pyoderma
The Dog Owners Guide To Canine Pyoderma

Canine Pyoderma refers to a variety of bacterial skin infections that are normally characterised by frantic and intense itching and are normally secondary to some other skin problem or disease. Below is a list of common Pyoderma (skin infections). Folliculitis In Dogs Folliculitis is often seen in breeds like Boxers, Dobermans, Miniature Schnauzers […]

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Canine Anti Anxiety Medication, Veterinary Pain Medicine, Medications
Canine Anti Anxiety Medication, Veterinary Pain Medicine, Medications

Canine Anti Anxiety Medication should only ever prescribed by your vetin extreme circumstances and only when all other dog obedience training techniques have been tried and tested to cure the underlying problembthat is triggering the anxious behavior. The most common reason for anti-anxiety prescription medication to beused is due to problems associate with separation anxiety. […]

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Stop Dog Jumping Up
Stop Dog Jumping Up

I would like to know how to stop my pup from jumping up on me, she is a med size dog when grown, it is not nice when dogs jump up with company or myself.

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Dog Separation Anxiety, Canine Separation Anxiety, Puppy Separation Anxiety
Dog Separation Anxiety, Canine Separation Anxiety, Puppy Separation Anxiety

Dog separation anxiety, discover the best dog training techniques, tips, tools, devices, methods and commands on how to cure separation anxiety in dogs

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How to Stop Dog Barking
How to Stop Dog Barking

How to stop dog barking with free dog & puppy training tips, commands, techniques, methods & devices. All your dog behavior questions answered, abused dog behavior, growling, separation anxiety

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A Guide to Anemia in Dogs
A Guide to Anemia in Dogs

Anemia in dogs is a very serious condition and is caused by a deficiency in red blood cells (Erythrocytes) in the dog's circulatory system. Most healthy dogs will have a concentration of between 39-60 percent red blood cells in the blood system however if this drops to between 37 percent then the […]

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The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Euthanasia
The Dog Owners Guide to Canine Euthanasia

Canine euthanasia is the medical term used by vets when they put a dog or puppy to sleep. There are many reasons why your dog may be put to sleep it might be that your dog's life is so uncomfortable or painful or is suffering from a terminal illness that it is […]

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Bullmastiff Dog Pictures, Free Mastiff Puppies Info, Brindle
Bullmastiff Dog Pictures, Free Mastiff Puppies Info, Brindle

Bullmastiff dog pictures & facts, information & free advice on this breed and the bull mastiff puppies

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Training Yorkshire Terriers, Yorkie Poodle, Puppy Potty Training Tips
Training Yorkshire Terriers, Yorkie Poodle, Puppy Potty Training Tips

Training yorkshire terriers, house training a yorkie puppy with these free puppy potty training tips has never been easier, plus we have provided some information on the yorkie poodle mix

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Miniature Yorkshire Terriers, Health, Teacup Terrier Puppies
Miniature Yorkshire Terriers, Health, Teacup Terrier Puppies

Miniature yorkshire terriers, a complete guide to miniature teacup yorkshire terriers & puppies and the popular yorkie terrier shih tzu mix

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