Pet Health, Training, and Nutrition

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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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 Bronchitis
The Dog Owners Guide To Canine Bronchitis

Canine bronchitis is different to Asthma in dogs and can be acute or chronic but is classified as ‘chronic' when the cough has lasted for more than two months. This condition can affect dogs of any age and will occur in both males and females. Acute bronchitis is often caused by a viral […]

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A Guide to Canine Bloat For Dog Owners
A Guide to Canine Bloat For Dog Owners

Canine bloat is a very serious condition that can quickly prove fatal if the affected dog is not treated fast. In fact this is one of those health conditions that should always be treated as an emergency situation. Recent research has estimated that out of all dogs that experience the condition as many as 50% […]

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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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Dog Owners Guide to Canine Asthma
Dog Owners Guide to Canine Asthma

Canine Asthma occurs when there is a spasmodic contraction of your dog or puppy's bronchi. This condition can come on suddenly causing extreme distress including rapid or shallow breathing that can last for a few minutes at a time. This is a serious condition and in some cases it can be fatal. […]

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Guide to Cancer in Dogs
Guide to Cancer in Dogs

Unfortunately cancer in dogs is one of the most common health problems to affect dogs. In fact it is estimated that one out of every four dogs will die of the disease. Experts also estimate that it is the leading cause of death in older dogs (dogs over the age of ten). […]

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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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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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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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A Guide to Addison's Disease in Dogs
A Guide to Addison's Disease in Dogs

Addison's disease in dogs was first officially recognized in 1953 (although it was seen in humans around the middle of the 19th century and named after Thomas Addison). This condition which is also known as Hypoadrenocorticism occurs when the affected dog's adrenal glands (adrenal cortex) stop producing enough ‘steroid' hormones including Cortisone […]

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About The Shih Tzu Poodle Mix Dog Breed
About The Shih Tzu Poodle Mix Dog Breed

The Shih tzu poodle mix or Shih-poo or Pooshih, Poo-shi, is a particularly cute dog, learn the characteristics, behavior and temperement. Oh and some really cute pictures of the Bichon Shih Tzu.

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What do Ticks Look Like?
What do Ticks Look Like?

What do ticks look like, tick identification, pictures & photos of all kinds & types, including the black legged deer tick, seed etc & advice on lyme disease & the red bumpy bullseye skin rash

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About The Yorkie Shih Tzu Mix And Yorkie Chihuahua Mix
About The Yorkie Shih Tzu Mix And Yorkie Chihuahua Mix

Yorkie shih tzu mix and training yorkshire terriers a complete guide

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Thyroid Problems in Dogs – A Guide to Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism
Thyroid Problems in Dogs – A Guide to Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism

Thyroid problems in dogs is a serious disorder, discover the common signs & symptoms of a thyroid problem. Disorders like this need your dog to have normal thyroid levels

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Prevent Dog Biting – 1 year old black lab biting problem (help required)
Prevent Dog Biting – 1 year old black lab biting problem (help required)

Hi all, My partner and myself adopted a 1 year old black lab a couple of weeks ago from a pound. He was abandoned and was strayed for about 3 weeks before

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Motion Sickness Anxiety Issues Dog and Travel Sickness
Motion Sickness Anxiety Issues Dog and Travel Sickness

Hi I have a 5 month old Irish Wheaten, he is going to be neutered at 6 months. My problem is that he has just recently started to have anxiety issues.

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Potty training a puppy, How can I teach my dog to hold herself until she's let out for potty?

I have a 7 months old female Maltese poodle mix. I am having a hard time potty training her. She's my second dog. I have followed all the potty training

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Why Does My Adult Dog Dominate Puppies?
Why Does My Adult Dog Dominate Puppies?

I have a gorgeous 21 month old German Shepherd he is very easy going and mixes very well at the local park with all sorts of dogs. He has never shown any

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How To Stop A Dog From Pooping In The House When Gone
How To Stop A Dog From Pooping In The House When Gone

Every single time without fail that I leave the apartment that I live in my 1 1/2 year old Pitbull mix dog poops in his bed how do I stop this from happening.

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