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How to Treat a Kennel Cough in Dogs

Kennel cough is like cold, but for dogs. Thereโ€™s no need to feel scared, though, since hereโ€™s everything you can easily do to help your fluffball recover! Read

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How to Treat a Kennel Cough in Dogs By ContentFly

Kennel cough is like cold, but for dogs. Thereโ€™s no need to feel scared, though, since hereโ€™s everything you can easily do to help your fluffball recover!

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How to Treat Heartworm in Dogs By Madeleine Burry

If your dog is diagnosed with heartworm disease, he/she can likely recover fully with treatment. Learn about the different treatment options available here.

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How to Treat Stenotic Nares in Cats and Dogs By Jesse Feldman

Stenotic nares are severe nasal abnormalities that are usually seen in brachycephalic dog and cat breeds. This condition can hinder your pet's ability to breathe. Luckily, there are treatment options available.

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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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Hypothermia in Dogs and Cats By Maureen Ryan

Hypothermia can be a serious health condition during the cold winter months if not taken care of quickly and properly. Learn helpful tips on how to spring into action if your dog or cat is showing signs of hypothermia.

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Identifying A Cancerous Lump On Your Pet By Test Submitter

Finding a strange lump on your dog can be scary. It is important to bring your pet to the vet and figure out if it is cancerous or not.

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Important Pet Care Tips to Consider After Spaying on Your Pet Dog By ROIHigh

Spaying your dog is an important part of pet care. It's an essential procedure that will help keep your dog healthy and happy for years. However, it's not without its risks or other side effects. The article highlights some tips to consider after you've spayed your pet dog.

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Infectious Canine Hepatitis In Dogs By ROIHigh

Canine infectious hepatitis is a viral infection that primarily affects the liver and kidneys. It's caused by a strain of canine adenovirus, which can be spread from dog to dog through close contact or by way of their feces.

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Infertility In Dogs By Meredith Alling

Infertility in female dogs is characterized by the inability to produce live offspring. In male dogs, infertility means that the dog is unable to mate, or if they do mate, fertilization does not occur as it should. But what causes a dog to become infertile, and should you give up trying to breed an infertile dog? Read on to find out.

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Intestinal Torsion Is A Major Gastrointestinal Disease By ROIHigh

Intestinal torsion is a medical emergency that can be life-threatening. It's a twisting of the stomach and other organs in your pet's abdomen, which can cut off blood supply to the digestive tract and cause tissue death.

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Is Malignant Hyperthermia A Common Condition In Dogs? By ROIHigh

Malignant hyperthermia is a condition that occurs when there is a rise in body temperature. The elevated temperature causes an increase in acidity in the blood, which results in muscle damage and death.

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Is My Dog In Pain? Common Signs That Your Dog Needs Help By Lauren Leonardi

Has your dog been acting a bit strange lately? Not eating, playing, or being their normal happy self? There's a possibility your dog may be in pain, and is unable to tell you about it. Here are some common signs of dog pain to look out for.

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Is My Dog Pregnant? By Madeleine Burry

There are some dog pregnancy test kits on the market, though they require drawing some blood. Learn more about dog pregnancy tests.

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Is Phantom Pregnancy in Dogs a Real Thing? By ROIHigh

Phantom pregnancy can affect older or unspayed female dogs. Learn more about its causes, signs, and treatment.

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Is Salmonella Uncommon In Pets? By ROIHigh

Salmonella is a common bacteria found in the environment. Pets often come into contact with salmonella and shed it through their stool. Signs of Salmonella illness include fever, bloody diarrhea, lethargy, abdominal pain, and decreased appetite.

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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 at Risk of Valvular Degeneration? By ROIHigh

Find out how to detect valvular degeneration in dogs and what measures you can take to treat this heart ailment affecting mostly smaller breeds.

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Is Your Dog Shaking? 3 Health Issues That Could Be the Cause By Madeleine Burry

If you have noticed your dog shaking, twitching, or trembling lately, you should take your pet to see the vet right away. Here are the three most common reasons that may be behind your dog's shaking.

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Iverhart Max vs Heartgard for Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Take a look at this detailed comparison of two of the leading name brands out there for heartworm preventatives, Iverhart Max and Heartgard. Find out which is the ideal preventative to protect your dog's heart.

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Kennel Cough in Dogs By Team PetCareRx

Kennel cough can occur in dogs after a stay at a dog boarding facility or other dog care center. Learn more about the care and treatment of kennel cough.

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Kennel Cough on the Rise: Top Tips to Prevent Kennel Cough in Dogs By ROIHigh

Kennel cough is a severe respiratory illness in dogs that is on the rise. The disease is contagious and has been spreading like wildfire in recent times. Dogs that catch the disease need intensive care and should be separated from others.

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Leukemia in Dogs: Prognosis and Life Expectancy By ROIHigh

The prognosis of leukemia in dogs depends on various factors, including the type of cancer and quality of care. Learn more in this article.

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Lifespan of a Dog: A Dog Years Chart by Breed By Ari Einleger

Are you wondering what the usual life expectancy of your dog is? Lifespan for dogs varies from breed to breed. Find out what the average lifespan of your dog is here.

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Lipomas in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Finding a bump or lump on your pet can be scary. However if you take your pet to the vet and find that itโ€™s a lipoma, you should feel relieved. Find out why here.

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