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The West Highland White Terrier is subject to a number of hereditary disorders but can lead a very long life if healthy. Learn more about keeping your Westie healthy here.
West Highland White Terriers are known for their gorgeous white coats and out going personalities. Learn about their sociability and train-ability.
Westies have a complex coat that requires a lot of attention unless their coat is cut short. Learn more here.
West Highland White Terriers are highly intelligent little dogs that tend to think they are the boss. Learn the best way to train your Westie.
Westies have particularly sensitive stomachs. Learn more and make sure you're feeding them right to fend off potential health threats.
Some dogs are more compatible with Jack Russell terriers than others. Learn more at PetCareRx.
There are a number of conditions that can affect the urinary function in dogs. Learn the causes of urinary incontinence to help your dog here.
Incontinence in dogs isn't fun to deal with, and can be quite tough on many pet parents. Knowing about the issue can help you and your dog become more comfortable dealing with urinary incontinence. Learn more here.
Is your pet constantly scratching away? They're more than likely suffering from pruritus. Learn the symptoms here and help your pet stay happy and healthy!
Although it can sometimes be difficult to determine the cause of chronic dry eye in dogs, identifying the cause can help you move forward in treatment.
Early detection of canine dry eye can keep your dog from suffering from serious pain and discomfort. Learn how to recognize dry eye here.
Dry eye can be a dangerous disease if not detected early and treated properly, that can lead to blindness. Here are 5 things you should know about canine dry eye.
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