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Cultivating Good Behave In Your New Puppy

Cultivating Good Behave In Your New Puppy

21 Jul / 2015



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The most crucial aspect of house training a puppy is to teach it how to remain clean in the house.Dogs are not shabby by nature-they would normally urinate and defecate away from their sleeping and feeding area.Puppies that have been raised in a shabby environment,living in cramped quarters,may be quite cumbersome to house train

Dealing With Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Aka Dementia In Dogs

Dealing With Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Aka Dementia In Dogs

25 Oct / 2017



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As your dog ages, he/she will start to exhibit “senior moments” that are all part and parcel of the natural aging process. You may notice decrease in energy levels, graying of muzzle, amongst other changes. However, a change in your dog’s personality wherein your dog starts to forget familiar places, often gets confused, doesn’t respond to basic commands and seems distant; might all be symptoms of a degenerative brain disease known as Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD).

Dealing With Problem Puppy Behaviors

Dealing With Problem Puppy Behaviors

21 Jul / 2015



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Everyone who owns a puppy or dog will eventually have to deal with and correct less than desirable behaviors on the part of their companion animal.There are a number of behaviors that should be nipped in the bud,including:Jumping up on people: This is one of those behaviors that many owners inadvertently

Dehydration In Dogs- A Serious Matter?

Dehydration In Dogs- A Serious Matter?

28 Dec / 2015



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Dehydration in dogs can be a serious matter. Whether caused by illness, exposure to heat, or a simple lack of fluid intake, dehydration must be addressed immediately and, left untreated, can cause multiple health problems including organ failure and death. It is very easy for a dog to become dehydrated; easier than many pet owners realize.

Demodicosis In Dogs

Demodicosis In Dogs

14 Oct / 2016



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Demodicosis, also called demodectic mange or red mange, is caused by sensitivity to and overpopulation of Demodex canis as the animal's immune system is unable to keep the mites under control. Demodex is a genus of mite in the family Demodicidae. Demodex canis occurs naturally in the hair follicles of most dogs in low numbers around the face and other areas of the body. In most dogs, these mites never cause problems. However, in certain situations, such as an underdeveloped or impaired immune system, intense stress, or malnutrition, the mites can reproduce rapidly; causing symptoms in sensitive dogs that range from mild irritation and hair loss on a small patch of skin to severe and widespread inflammation, secondary infection, and in rare cases can be a life-threatening condition. Small patches of demodicosis often correct themselves over time as the dog's immune system matures, although treatment is usually recommended.

Dental Care For Dogs

Dental Care For Dogs

14 Jul / 2015



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Some people don’t realize that dental hygiene is as important for dogs as it is for human beings. Just like in people, dogs’ teeth can gather plaque after eating. When plaque builds up and hardens it becomes a coarse brown substance called tartar. As tartar accumulates it can work its way under the gums and cause painful infections and gum disease.

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