Posts Tagged ‘Dog Health’

Did You Know? Dog Body Facts

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We focus a lot on dog behavior and what we can do to help them adjust to the world around them. We modify behavior in our pets through positive reinforcement and repetition but how much do we know about their bodies? Did you know they have more bones than we do? Did you know their [...]

Canine Ear Infections

Dogs get ear infections now and then. The floppy guys tend to be more prone to them than the ones who have standup perky ears. It’s usually due to bacteria or yeast in the ears that can’t get out of the canals and then gets mixed with wax creating an infection. Some of the causes [...]

What You Can and Can’t Give Your Dog

Thanksgiving tends leave you with a ton of leftovers and there are some we can share with our canine buddies. However, it’s important to know which foods are ok and aren’t. If you have used spices, onion, or other ingredients with some of your meats and vegetables that could be harmful to your pup, it’s [...]

Boost Your Dog’s Immune System

With the change in weather from winter to spring, spending more time outside at the local dog park can mean being exposed to more dogs which means more germs. It’s similar to a classroom of children who are all different and have different immunities and exposures to viruses. Now that your pup will be out [...]

Dog Nutrition Tips

Your dog is your buddy and she’s always there for you and looking at you for guidance, affection, and fun. You’ve read about the types of food to feed her, what has the least amount of preservatives, what has good levels of minerals and vitamins, and exercise her to keep her healthy. But you’re not [...]

Doggie Bad Breath

It’s perfectly acceptable for your dog’s breath to smell like dog food or a treat they recently ate, but what about when it smells like old food or worse? Since dogs don’t brush their teeth or chew gum like we do, it’s up to us to make sure they have healthy gums and teeth. Depending [...]

Anal Glands 101

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What are canine anal glands? Have you ever seen your dog scooting its butt on the floor with both hind legs up in the air? Did you shriek in horror? It’s understandable. Your dog was trying to clean or “pop” the clogged anal glands and needed to do something. Unfortunately that something was on your [...]

Household Items To Keep Away From Pets

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Whether you are traveling or stationary, it is important to restrict your dog’s access to some substances. We’ve written about chemicals in the house that can be poisonous to your pet and you with tips on how to cut down on accidental ingestion. From locking up cabinets that contain car fluids and de-icers to keeping [...]

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