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While hip dysplasia can be a genetic trait, it doesn't help anything if your dog is overweight. A weight-healthy diet and certain supplements can help keep your dog's hips in fine working order.
While they may not be as famous for napping days away as cats, dogs also need their beauty rest. Learn about how much sleep a dog needs and why a dog might not be sleeping well.
As your dog ages, they will become susceptible to more health conditions than when they were young vibrant pups. Spondylosis is a spinal condition mostly seen in senior dogs and if not treated properly can cause your dog great discomfort.
When arthritis strikes, it can be very debilitating and painful for older dogs. Learn how to cope with arthritis in your dog.
Arthritis can affect both dogs and cats. Here are a few things we thought you should know to take better take care of your pet.
The Pekingese was originally the dog of China's royalty, so they require tons of love, affection and attention. Learn more about raising this breed here.
The Lhasa Apso is one of the oldest breeds in human history. With this long lineage comes also a set of health problems. Learn more about the Lhasa Apso and their specific health needs here.
Bulldogs are a pretty low maintenance dog breed. Learn how to clean your pet's wrinkles here.
Pugs are gregarious, friendly little dogs. They enjoy following their owners around and are constantly curious about what's going on around them. Learn more about this breed here.
Learn to evaluate your pet's eating and exercise habits to see just what's causing their weight gain here.
Getting your pet to shed some pounds requires consistency and dedication. Learn the tricks and tips you need to get your pet back into shape here.
Rat Terriers are very high spirited and upbeat dogs, so it's not surprising that many of them end up underweight. Learn how to get your Rat Terrier feeling healthy here.
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