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21 Dog Training Products That Will Help You Achieve Your Goals By Ryan Gellis

The 21 tools for making the training of your dog a pleasurable experience and a chance to bond.

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3 Reasons Your Pet Needs Prozyme - The Cat and Dog Digestion Aid By Sam Bourne

For pets suffering from digestive problems, prozyme is a great way to help them overcome their troubles. Containing all-natural, human-grade enzymes, this supplement is extremely useful in helping pets get the most out of their food. Here are some reasons why most pets could benefit from some prozyme in their diet.

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Are You Dealing with Dog Incontinence? By Madeleine Burry

Improper urination can be related to many different underlying health concerns or behavioral issues. Learn more here about how to get your dog's incontinence under control.

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Canine parvovirus (CPV) in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention. By ContentFly

Canine parvovirus, the highly contagious viral illness in dogs severely affects gastrointestinal tracts and is caused by CPV-contaminated feaces, animals, soil or environment in general. Learn how to spot CPV in dogs, treatment options and prevention measures.

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Caring For A Sick Dog: The Dos (And The Dont's) By Meredith Alling

When your dog is feeling a bit under the weather, it can be a stressful time for both of you. Here are some ways to nurse your sick canine back to health, without making them feel worse than they already do.

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Causes of Hookworms in Dogs and Cats By Rebecca Kelley

Hookworms can infect your pet through ingestion and by traveling through their skin. Learn more about the causes of this parasitic infection here.

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Detecting and Avoiding Bloating In Dogs By Mary Kearl

Bloat is the main symptom of gastric torsion, which is a very dangerous stomach condition that could be fatal if not caught quickly. Find out here what signs to look for in order to make sure your dog doesn't fall victim to a potentially deadly condition.

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Dog Vomiting Mucus? Hereโ€™s Why, and What You Can Do About It By Mary Kearl

Dogs can vomit a little after overeating, but if you notice your dog vomiting mucus then there might be cause for concern. Find out why this happens and what you can do to help.

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Five Facts about Dog and Cat Bad Breath By Madeleine Burry

Bad breath can be a tell sign that there are more serious health problems. Check out these five facts to learn more.

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Food for Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Some types of liver disease can be treated with the food you give your pet. Learn the nutritional guidelines for liver disease in dogs and cats.

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Get Your Dog to Stop Eating Feces - Coprophagia Dog Treatment By Robyn Johnson

Because coprophagia, or eating feces, has a wide variety of causes in dogs, the treatment you choose should match its cause in order to be effective. Learn more about coprophagia dog treatment at PetCareRx.

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Hookworms in Cats and Dogs: 5 Things to Know By Rebecca Kelley

Hookworms are intestinal parasites that feed off of your pet's blood. Learn these 5 things to help keep these worms away from your pet.

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How Did My Pet Get Tapeworm? By Maureen Ryan

The way to stop tapeworms from affecting your pet is by controlling their risk to fleas.

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How Do Pets Get Roundworm? By Kat Sherbo

Dogs and catS can become infected with roundworms in a few different ways. Read about the causes of roundworm infections in pets.

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How Parasite And Worm Treatment Works By Ellen Thompson

When it comes to parasite and worm treatments, there seems to be so many on the market that it's hard to figure out which one is the right one for your pet. Here is the inside scoop on how the top parasite and worm treatments on the market work their magic to rid your pet of unwanted pests.

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How to Know if Your Pet Has Tapeworm By Maureen Ryan

Tapeworms, fleas, and every other pest have no business in or on your cat or dog. It is important for you to be able to detect the early symptoms in order to help rid your pet of tapeworms.

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How To Treat And Prevent A Dog Bowel Obstruction By Meredith Alling

Bowel obstruction is a complete or partial blockage of the GI tract preventing food and blood to flow to the bowels. This is more than likely caused by your dog eating some type of foreign object. A bowel obstruction is very pain and can be quite dangerous. It is important to contact your vet immediately for treatment options.

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How To Treat Urinary Stones In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Urinary stones are mineral deposits that form along the urinary track, causing blocking and irritation. If they do not resolve on their own, a treatment plan or even surgery may need to be put into place. Learn more about what these treatment options more here.

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How to Treat Your Pet's Whipworm Infection By Kat Sherbo

Whipworm infections can be scary, but treating and preventing further infections can be simple and very effective. Here are the medications and techniques for treating your pet's whipworm.

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Is it Safe to Use Pepto Bismol for Dogs? By Lauren Leonardi

Does your dog have an upset stomach? Are you at a loss as to what you can do to relieve their symptoms? Pepto Bismol always seems to do the trick for pet parents, so why not for dogs as well? Learn here how this pink over-the-counter medicine can make your dog's upset stomach a thing of the past.

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Is Your Cat or Dog Not Eating? By Team PetCareRx

When a pet stops eating, that can be a sign that something is wrong. Learn how to spot--and take care of--appetite problems.

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Is Your Dog Eating Poop? - The Symptoms of Coprophagia By Robyn Johnson

Wonder if your dog is eating poop when your back is turned? There are a few subtle symptoms of coprophagia, or consuming feces, that you can learn at PetCareRx.

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My Dog Has Pancreatitis: What Should I Do? By Team PetCareRx

Dog pancreatitis can occur when a dog does not eat the proper foods. Learn how to adjust your dog's diet to prevent pancreatitis.

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