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10 Must-Ask Questions at Senior Dog Vet Visits

Preparing questions for the vet helps you and your senior dog get the most out of your next visit. Here are 10 questions to ask at your senior dog's next vet visit. Read

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10 Must-Ask Questions at Senior Dog Vet Visits By Rebecca Kelley

Preparing questions for the vet helps you and your senior dog get the most out of your next visit. Here are 10 questions to ask at your senior dog's next vet visit.

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10 Pet Diseases That Can Get Transmitted to Humans and Precautions That Can Keep You Safe By Roy Higgs

The first step towards keeping your family safe from pet-borne diseases is to know what to look for. In this post, we talk about the pet diseases that can be passed onto humans and the preventive measures that can keep you safe.

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10 Symptoms in Older Dogs You Shouldn't Ignore By Rebecca Kelley

Learn about the symptoms of the most common and the most concerning diseases that can affect your senior dog here.

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10 Types of Tumors in Dogs You Can See on the Skin By Madeleine Burry

Tumors can crop up in dogs of every breed and age. Many of these skin tumors end up being benign and nonthreatening. Here is a quick list of the most common types of skin tumors in dogs.

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3 Benefits of Spaying a Dog By Meredith Alling

Most pet parents probably think that the only benefit of getting a dog spayed is to prevent her from having puppies, when there are actually more great reasons for spaying. Find out what the top 3 benefits of spaying your dog are.

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3 Drugs You're Spending Too Much on at the Vet By Ellen Thompson

The cost of caring for a pet seems to be going up every year, especially when it comes to prescription medications. The prescriptions that you're getting from the vet probably cost you a lot of money. Find out where you can buy pet meds for less here.

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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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3 Steps for Using Dog Thyroid Medications By Sam Bourne

Dog thyroid medications generally contain a single drug, known as levothyroxine sodium, which is a man-made substitute for the hormone produced (or not produced) by the thyroid gland. If you have reason to believe that your dog is hypothyroid, or want to know how hypothyroid treatment in dogs works, look no further.

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3 Ways to Save on Chemo and Cancer Drugs for Dogs By Sora Wondra

When a dog is diagnosed with cancer, it's devastating. When pet parents find out how much treatment will cost, it can become hopeless. We know how important affordable pet meds are to families who would do anything for their best friend. Find out here how to save money on cancer drugs for dogs.

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4 Reasons You Need Nutri-Cal for Dogs By Sam Bourne

For any of a number of reasons, dogs may not want to eat. Despite what pets may feel, they need nutrients or they'll get sick. Nutri-Cal gel is a great way to get those vital nutrients into your finicky pup.

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4 Ways to Improve Your Dogโ€™s Immune System By Roy Higgs

Lack of good immunity means your dog will get sick almost all the time. Thus comes the need to improve your poochโ€™s immune system.

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5 Facts on Heartworm Disease in Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Heartworm infections can and will turn into heartworm disease if left untreated and can be potentially fatal to your dog. Keep these five facts in mind when dealing with this condition.

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5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs By Jesse Feldman

Acupuncture has been around for centuries and some pet parents think that this may be a better alternative to managing their dogs' pain. Learn the many benefits acupuncture may have in store for your furry friend.

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5 Important Things to Know About Pet Insurance By Maureen Ryan

Pet insurance is about getting the best care possible for your pet. Here are five facts about pet insurance that can help you make the right decision regarding coverage for your cat or dog.

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5 Questions to Ask When Your Dog Has Cancer By Lauren Leonardi

Cancer can be a very complicated disease because one type of cancer can be completely different from another. With so many treatment and care options, it can become quite overwhelming. Here are a few questions you should be asking your vet.

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5 Reasons to Use Fish Oil for Cats and Dogs By Sam Bourne

"Omega-3 fatty acids" is a term we hear all over the place, primarily because these nutrients have such a wide array of health benefits. As it happens, fish oil is good for dogs and cats, too.

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5 Simple Pet Supplements to Consider By Lauren Leonardi

Many of us rely on supplements and vitamins to enhance and preserve our health and well being. The same can be true for dogs and cats. Adding certain supplements can help our pets stave off future diseases, assist with current ailments or conditions, and promote general health.

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5 Ways Dog Neutering Makes Your Pet Healthier By Madeleine Burry

Making the decision to neuter dogs today is more common now than ever before. Learn more here about how neutering your dog can not only make your pet healthier, but happier as well.

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5 Ways to Prevent Joint Problems in Your Dog By Amy Shojai

Joint pain is part of the aging process for both dogs and pet parents alike. Read up on some ways that could slow down and possibly prevent the onset of arthritis and other joint issues for your senior dog.

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6 Symptoms of a Dog with Rabies By Sam Bourne

Having a dog with rabies is frightening, but whatโ€™s more scary is not knowing the signs. Given the rapid onset of the disease, and how low the survival rate is once symptoms show, it pays to know what the virus looks like before it is too late. If you believe your dog might have contracted rabies, you should take them to the vet immediately.

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6 Tips From Dr. Oz to Keep Your Dogโ€™s Health Top-Notch By Katie Morton

Dr. Oz is always influencing people to change their lives for the better. Now he's teaching pet parents how to keep their dogs just as healthy. Find out what Dr. Oz's tips are for a healthy dog.

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7 Pet Symptoms That Require Vet Attention By Meredith Alling

Notice your pet seems under the weather? It could be something minor, but there are serious health concerns that can strike cats and dogs and that will need medical attention. Find out here what symptoms pet parents should look out for.

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7 Things Your Vet Wonโ€™t Tell You By Katie Morton

Veterinarians are the people we turn to help us take care of our beloved pets. However, sometimes they keep information to themselves for various different reasons. You might be surprised by what made the list. Find out more here.

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7 Ways to Exercise Your Dog in Cold Weather By Ryan Gellis

It's getting cold outside and suddenly a game of fetch seems less appealing than it did 4 months ago. Ensuring that your dogs get enough exercise throughout the year is crucial to their health. Here we present seven useful tips to make sure that you are giving your dog enough exercise throughout the winter.

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9 Sick Dog Symptoms to Watch Out For By Meredith Alling

Dogs can be hard to read at times, so it may be difficult to tell if your dog is sick. We've compiled some telltale symptoms you can keep an eye out for.

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A Normal Life for Dogs with Disabilities By Team PetCareRx

Dogs with disabilities can have a normal and healthy life with proper care. Find out what to consider, and what to expect.

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Abnormal Protein Production (Paraproteinemia) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Dogs with paraproteinemia have an abnormally high level of a particular kind of protein in their blood. In this article, we discuss this protein disorder in detail.

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Acromegaly Aka Hypersomatotropism: A Cursed Disease In Dogs? By Roy Higgs

Bones, muscles, and organs all develop excessively as a result of acromegaly. High GH levels lead to organ expansion, causing a lot of suffering.

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Actinomycosis in Dogs: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Dogs of all ages and breeds are susceptible to the uncommon but deadly bacterial illness known as actinomycosis. In this article, we get a closer view of this disease.

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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

The severe respiratory disorder known as Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) can afflict both people and animals. It is a potentially life-threatening condition that requires immediate medical attention. In this article, we will discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatment of ARDS in dogs.

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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a respiratory condition that affects the lungs and can be brought on by many things, including injuries and infections. Learn more about this lung condition in this article.

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All About Dog Pneumonia By Meredith Alling

Pneumonia is never a good diagnosis whether itโ€™s in people or dogs. Pneumonia is a serious disease that causes damage to the lungs and lower respiratory tract, and if left untreated can be deadly.

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All About Dysautonomia: The Key-Gaskell Syndrome By Roy Higgs

Dysautonomia is a condition that causes a malfunction in the autonomic nervous system. Dysautonomia affects both dogs and cats, but it is more common in dogs than in cats.

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All About Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Liver disease can be caused by many different disorders that can damage the liver in some way. Since there are so many contributing factors to liver disease, doctors can have a difficult time diagnosing and treating the condition.

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All About Narcolepsy in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Pets are famous for their love of sleep. With narcolepsy, however, a pet may conk out suddenly and/or exhibit excessive daytime sleepiness. Narcolepsy is a relatively rare condition in pets, but it does occur. Read on to learn what you need to know.

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All About Sleeping Dogs By Sora Wondra

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.

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All About Small Dogs By Meredith Alling

When it comes to caring for a small breed dog, their size will have an effect on the way you feed, exercise, train, groom, and shop. Find out what you need to know.

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All About Spaying and Neutering Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

You may have heard that it is important to spay or neuter your pets, but why? Find out the medical and behavioral benefits that come with spaying/neutering.

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All About Vaccinating Your Dog By Rebecca Kelley

Vaccinating pets is an important step in ensuring their health and safety. Find out which vaccines dogs need.

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All About Your Dogโ€™s Anal Sacs By Meredith Alling

In this article, we will explore the location and function of your dogโ€™s anal sacs or anal glands, as well as what can go wrong, such as anal sac impaction, abscess and infection, anal sac disease, and how to identify symptoms and treat problems.

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Alopecia X, And How To Save Your Furry Baby's Coat By Roy Higgs

Alopecia X is a rare form of fur loss condition in dogs. The exact cause of alopecia x is unknown, but mostly the condition is genetic and is not deadly. With certain pet medications, the condition may be treated, and the full fur coat of the dog may be regrown.

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Ameba Infection in Dogs: Types, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Canine ameba infection, commonly known as canine amoebiasis, is an uncommon but potentially dangerous illness. Amebas, which are single-celled organisms that can be found in contaminated food, water, and soil, are the source of this sickness. The causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of canine ameba infections will all be covered in this article.

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Amyloidosis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Amyloidosis, which causes organ failure and dysfunction in dogs, is the abnormal buildup of amyloid protein in a variety of tissues and organs throughout the body of the canine. In this article, we explore this condition further.

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An Increase In Reverse Zoonotic Disease Transmission (Zooanthroponosis) By Roy Higgs

It's not just humans getting sick from zoonotic diseases. Animals are getting sick, too, which is more common than you might know. Many issues need to be addressed regarding the health of animals living close to humans.

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Anal Sacs Impaction In Dogs: What You Need to Know By Roy Higgs

Anal sac impaction in dogs is a condition where the dog's anal sacs become impacted or may not empty. The anal sacs are the glands that produce and store anal gland secretions.

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Anemia in Dogs: Symptoms to Look Out For By Lauren Leonardi

If your dog seems extremely fatigued lately and has pale gums, they may be experiencing symptoms that are brought on by anemia. Find out what other symptoms to keep an eye out for for when you take your pet to the vet.

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Anthrax in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

A dangerous bacterial infection known as anthrax can infect both humans and animals. However, in this article, we are looking at this condition in dogs.

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Antibiotics for Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Dogs are prescribed antibiotics for the treatment of various different infections. Here's what you need to know about common uses and side effects of antibiotics for dogs.

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Arrhythmias In Dogs By Roy Higgs

Arrhythmias are abnormalities in the rhythm of the heartbeat. When the heart has an arrhythmia, it may not be able to pump enough blood to the body.

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Arsenic Poisoning in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Arsenic poisoning, also known as arsenic toxicity, is a condition that occurs when an individual, including dogs, is exposed to high levels of arsenic, a toxic chemical element. This article will discuss what you need to know about arsenic poisoning and how to prevent it.

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Aspiration Pneumonia in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Aspiration pneumonia affects dogs when they breathe in anything unfamiliar, such as food, vomit, or saliva, causing their lungs to swell up. Here, we look at how this condition can be sorted out.

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Australian Shepherd Information: Breed and Health By Lauren Leonardi

Australian Shepherds are excellent herding dogs that have a long lifespan. However, they are not exempt from common health issues that many other herding breeds are prone to. Learn more about these adorable dogs and their health needs here.

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Avian Influenza In Dogs By Roy Higgs

Avian influenza, also known as bird flu, is a virus that causes respiratory disease in birds. The most common strain is H5N1. It can be transmitted to humans and cause serious illness.

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Basset Hound: Health Information By Lauren Leonardi

Basset Hounds are great fun-loving pets that are known to stay in good health and live a long life. Learn more about this great scent hound and companion here.

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Be Prepared for Emergency Pet Care: Steps to Take Now By Sora Wondra

It's hard to stay calm and think clearly in the middle of an emergency. So in order for things to go smoothly, it's always best to be prepared. Here are some steps you can take now to ensure you will be ready in the event your pet is seriously hurt.

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Best Ways to Care for a Dog With Cancer By Roy Higgs

Dogs, just like humans, develop cancer. When they do, they are as miserable and in pain as their human counterparts. This article will look at how to ensure your dog is comfortable and relaxed when battling a terminal illness.

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Border Collie Information: Health and Nutrition By Lauren Leonardi

Border Collies are great working dogs with tons of energy and who like to stay active. Learn more about the Border Collie's health and nutritional needs.

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Boston Terrier Breed Health Information By Lauren Leonardi

Boston Terriers are wonderful life long companions. Learn more about how to deal with this dog's sensitive stomach, breathing problems, and other health issues.

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Boxer Breed Health By Lauren Leonardi

The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.

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Brachycephalic Dog Breeds By Sora Wondra

Brachycephalic dog breeds can be quite a challenge to care for. It doesn't stop most of them from being some of the most popular breeds around, though. Learn what Brachycephalic syndrome is and how you can take care of a breed with this health problem.

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Bronchitis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Bronchitis, a common respiratory condition, can affect dogs of all breeds and ages. We explore this condition further in this article.

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Bulldog Health By Lauren Leonardi

Bulldogs are now bred to be happy and friendly companions. This breed is unfortunately prone to certain health problems due to their size and stature. Learn more about this furry companion here.

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Can Dogs Get Colds? And Other Winter Questions Answered By Sam Bourne

Winter is full of challenges, even if you are a pet. With the danger of antifreeze poisoning in dogs and cats, frostbite nipping at their ears and tail, and just general cold weather safety all at the foreground, questions like โ€œcan dogs get colds?โ€ start to merit some concern. Find out everything you need to know about dog and cat winter safety here.

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Can Dogs Get Hemorrhoids? By Roy Higgs

Hemorrhoids are common in humans and can be uncomfortable. But it's less common to hear about dogs with hemorrhoids, so we're here to tell you that YES indeed, your dog can get them too.

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Can Dogs Get Hemorrhoids? By Roy Higgs

Dogs cannot get hemorrhoids. While dogs can face many anal sac problems, hemorrhoids are not one of them. If your pet is showing symptoms of anal gland issues, take it to a vet soon.

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Can Epilepsy Be Hereditary In Pets? By Roy Higgs

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that can cause seizures. It is caused by abnormal electrical activity in the brain, which can be genetic or acquired.

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Can Inadvertent Poisoning Cause Death In Pets? By Roy Higgs

Pets are part of the family, and we want to keep them safe and healthy. But with so many different medications and substances around the house. It's common for your pet to ingest something that could turn out to be deadly.

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Can Myasthenia Gravis Be Fatal To Dogs? By Roy Higgs

Myasthenia gravis is an autoimmune disease in which the bodyโ€™s immune system attacks its own healthy muscle, causing weakness. Muscle weakness can be mild to severe and worsens over time.

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Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Cancer is an all too common diagnosis for cats, and even more so for dogs. Learn about the types, causes, and various treatments for cancer in pets.

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Cancer in Pets - Histiocytosis By Madeleine Burry

Histiocytosis, a skin disease, is the result of the over-proliferation of white blood cells in the bone marrow, and can develop into cancer. To learn more about histiocytosis, look no further.

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Canine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency (CLAD) By Roy Higgs

Canine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency (CLAD) is not very common among dogs. However, when it occurs, it can be overcome. The causes, symptoms, treatment, and management options are examined in this article.

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Canine Rhinitis and Sinusitis: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Like people, dogs can suffer from a variety of respiratory conditions, such as sinusitis and rhinitis. In this article, we discuss these respiratory conditions more.

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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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Caring for Your Paralyzed Pets By Roy Higgs

Learn how to administer drugs, and how to check for discomfort and signs of pain in a paralyzed pet. Also, find out more about common problems that paralyzed pets face and how you can take care of them.

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Carpal Hyperextension in Dogs: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In dogs, a condition known as carpal hyperextension is characterized by an excessive backward flexion or bending of the carpus. We explore the condition further in this article.

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Cat and Dog Liver Shunt Treatment and Prevention By Gina Carey

A liver shunt affects both dogs and cats who have been diagnosed with liver disease. The good news about liver shunts is the fact that not only are they treatable if caught early, but they can also be prevented.

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Cat and Dog Weight Loss: The Right Nutrition By Mary Kearl

Dogs and Cats that are overweight and obese are faced with many health risks such as high blood pressure and orthopedic issues. It is important to provide your pet with proper nutrition. Getting your dog or cat on a diet and exercise plan is the first step in the right direction.

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Cat Vaccinations: What to Expect By Jesse Feldman

What, why, and when are the three questions pet parents ask when it comes to vaccinating their kitty. Take a look at this guide on what to expect when it comes to your cat's vaccinations.

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Causes and Treatments for Cat and Dog Breast Cancer By Maureen Ryan

Learn the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for pet breast cancer here.

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Causes Of Feline Aortic Thromboembolism (FATE) By Roy Higgs

FATE or feline aortic thromboembolism is a fatal condition where a blood clot dislodges and gets stuck in a distant location, causing issues in blood flow and a decrease in oxygen supply. This article discusses the causes and treatment of FATE.

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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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Chihuahua Health By Lauren Leonardi

If you're looking for a spunky, upbeat dog that doubles as a great companion, the Chihuahua is the ideal dog for you. Learn more about this breed and their specific health concerns.

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Cholangiohepatitis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cholangiohepatitis is a devastating liver disease that affects all breeds and ages of dogs. We discuss this condition further in this article.

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Summary Learn more about symptoms, causes, and treatment options for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder or COPD in dogs.

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Chylothorax in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In dogs with chylothorax, chyle, a kind of lymphatic fluid, builds up in the thoracic cavity (chest) as a result of a leak from the thoracic duct or other lymphatic vessels. This article will review ways to identify chylothorax in dogs, the causes, as well as its treatment and prevention.

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Clinical Signs Of Campylobacter Infection By Roy Higgs

They may become quite ill as a result of Campylobacter bacterial illness, but with the proper medications and care, they will quickly recover.

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Coccidiosis in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Dogs are susceptible to coccidiosis, a parasite condition brought on by the coccidia, a single-celled organism. We delve into how to treat and manage this condition in this article.

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Coccidiosis in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Dogs are susceptible to coccidiosis, a parasite condition brought on by the coccidia, a single-celled organism. We delve into how to treat and manage this condition in this article.

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Collie Health By Lauren Leonardi

The title "Collie" most often refers to the Rough Collie, the breed of Lassie, famous TV starlet. Learn more about this beloved herding dog here.

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Common Causes of Seizures in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Seizures are a common symptom of an underlying disease in dogs. If your dog has seizures, itโ€™s essential to know the probable causes and what you can do to prevent them.

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Common Diseases That Affect a Dog's Prostate By Roy Higgs

To ensure your dogโ€™s healthy and long life, it is important to know what diseases can be harming its prostate.

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Common Dog Sleep Disorders By Sora Wondra

Dogs can suffer from sleep disorders, too, and lack of sleep can lead to recurring health problems. Learn what kinds of sleep disorders can affect dogs.

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Common Fungal Infections That Affect Dogs By Roy Higgs

Dogs can catch a wide range of fungal infections, from mild to life-threatening. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment of common fungal infections in dogs.

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Common Health Problems in Labrador Retrievers By Lauren Leonardi

The Labrador Retriever is the most popular and beloved breed throughout the United States and Canada. This dog is a great addition to any family. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.

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Common Hypertension Complications in Dogs and How to Prevent Them By Roy Higgs

Hypertension, often known as high blood pressure, is a prevalent medical disorder that affects both humans and canines. In this article, we discuss how it affects dogs.

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Common Types of Cat and Dog Skin Cancer By Maureen Ryan

Pets are at risk for a variety of skin cancers that must be caught and treated early.

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Comparison Shopping for Vets and Vet Prices By Ellen Thompson

A trip to the vet sometimes costs a pretty penny. Emergency situations and chronic health concerns can rack up the bill quickly. Shopping around for a vet you trust whose prices you can handle is an investment for years to come.

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Coonhound Paralysis in Dogs: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Coonhound paralysis in dogs is a neurological disorder that affects specific breeds of dogs. Learn more about it in this article.

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Copper-Associated Hepatopathy in Dogs: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Copper-associated hepatopathy, also known as copper storage disease or copper toxicosis, is a condition that affects dogs and results in the abnormal accumulation of copper in the liver. This article will review the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention strategies of Copper-associated hepatopathy in dogs.

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Critical Tips for Caring for Your Pet Dog After They Have Undergone Surgery By Roy Higgs

If you have a dog and it has undergone surgery, it's important to know what steps to take in order to care for them. The article lists some tips that will help you with this process.

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Cryptorchidism in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cryptorchidism is a known male dog ailment in which one or both testicles do not descend into the scrotum. In this article, we go further exploring this condition.

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Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy: The Alabama Rot By Roy Higgs

Dogs can suffer from Cutaneous and Renal Glomerular Vasculopathy (CRGV). Though the precise cause of CRGV is unknown, it appears to be connected to an infection by a particular bacteria, which may then set off an immune reaction that harms the blood vessels in the skin and kidneys.

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Cysticercosis (Fox Tapeworm Infection) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

The parasitic condition known as canine cysticercosis is brought on by Taenia tapeworm larvae. We go into this infection further in this article.

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Dandruff in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment and Prevention. By ContentFly

Otherwise known as Seborrhea, dandruff in canines is characterized by dry, flaky skin, and often oily skin, however, in serious cases, it can also lead to hair loss. Here's a beginner's guide to Seborrhea, its symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention.

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Dasuquin Advanced By Team PetCareRx

In this article, we will discuss the benefits of Dasuquin Advanced, how it works, and why you should feel confident in using it for your dog.

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Dealing With Theobromine Poisoning In Dogs By Roy Higgs

Theobromine is a type of methylxanthine, like caffeine. It's naturally found in cocoa beans and, therefore, chocolate. Theobromine poisoning in dogs is common and can be deadly if not treated right away.

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Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

A rare disease that most often strikes large breed dogs, German Shepherds, and Corgis, degenerative myelopathy is a sad diagnosis. Find out what this disease is.

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Dehydration In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Water makes up 80% of your petโ€™s body, and it is necessary for all biological processes. As such, a lack of water in the body -- or dehydration -- can result in some serious health consequences. Find out what you need to know about dehydration in dogs and cats.

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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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Diagnosing & Treating Osteosarcoma In Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Osteosarcoma is a bone cancer that is usually found more so in large breed dogs than in small dog breeds and cats. When your dog is diagnosed with cancer, it is important to learn as much as you can in order to get them the proper care and treatment needed. Learn more here.

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Diagnosing and Treating Dog Lupus By Meredith Alling

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that can attack your dog's nervous system and vital organs. Treatment options will depend on which form of lupus your dog has. Find important information here about this potentially fatal disease.

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Diseases Of The Orbit Of The Eye By Roy Higgs

Several eye conditions can cause changes in how your dog sees the world around them. If your dog has vision problems or is having trouble seeing, it's essential to see a vet right away so they can determine if treatment is needed.

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Do Cheap Pet Meds Do the Trick? Generic vs. Brand Names By Lauren Leonardi

Prescription medications for pets are similar to medications for humans in that there are both generic and brand name options for many drugs. Find out here if going the cheaper route will give you the same benefits without breaking the bank.

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Do Contusions Need To Be Treated In Dogs? By Roy Higgs

Contusions is a fancy word for scratches and is not a typically alarming thing, especially in dogs. But if not prevented from infections, they might as well turn ugly.

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Do Pet Prescriptions Have Side Effects? By Sam Bourne

We are often quite conscious of the various side effects of the medications we take, but have you ever considered the side effects of your pet prescriptions? If your cat or dog is taking anything, it is a good idea to know about any secondary effects. Here are some of the most commonly taken pet prescription medications, and a list of their side effects.

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Doberman Pinscher Health Information By Lauren Leonardi

The Doberman Pinscher is one of the most loved breeds around the world, but they are subject to some health conditions. Learn about how to manage them here.

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Does Your Dog Seem Sick and Tired? Hereโ€™s Why and What You Can Do By Roy Higgs

Learn about canine malaise and its causes. Also, learn about what you can do to combat it.

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Dog Anemia: Treatment & Prognosis By Lauren Leonardi

When diagnosed early, treatment options for dogs suffering from anemia are available. Depending on the cause of your dog's anemia, your vet will put together the right treatment plan. Find out what those possible treatment options could be.

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Dog Breed Weight Chart By Team PetCareRx

Keep your dogโ€™s weight in the right range for their breed with this chart that shows the optimum weight for over 200 different breeds.

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Dog Diseases and Symptoms: A to Z By Sam Bourne

There are a number of different health conditions that can affect dogs. Here's an extensive list of all the major dog diseases and symptoms.

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Don't Eat That! By ContentFly

This article addresses some curious eating habits of dogs, and asks, "How worried should I be?"

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Eclampsia in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Eclampsia is also commonly known as milk fever. It is a serious medical illness that can affect dogs, particularly small breeds in the early postpartum period. The causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention are discussed in this article.

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Effective Home Remedies for Treating Common Diseases in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Whether caring for a puppy or an older canine, you want to ensure they're healthy and happy. This article will cover some common diseases that affect dogs and how you can treat them at home with tried and tested remedies.

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Effective Solutions for Minor Dog Wounds, Featuring Chlorhexidine for Swift Healing By Roy Higgs

Discover instant solutions for minor wounds without a vet. Learn quick fixes and expert tips for on-the-spot care in our comprehensive guide. Be prepared to handle minor injuries with confidence and ease.

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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (Cutaneous Asthenia) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

In dogs, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder. It can present in a variety of ways, including skin fragility and organ rupture, resulting in substantial discomfort and a worse quality of life. Learn more about this genetic disorder in this article.

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Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome in Dogs: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

An uncommon genetic tissue disease called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) affects both people and animals, including dogs. Here, we discuss how to treat and recognize the symptoms.

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Elbow Hygromas in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

In many breeds of dogs, especially those with thick and heavy bones, elbow hygromas are a prevalent problem. We discuss this condition further in this article.

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Elongated Soft Palate in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Don't you just love those dog and cat breeds with the smooshed faces like Pugs and Persians? Although this very distinctive look might be cute, it can be the cause of breathing difficulties. Learn more about how to care for pets with shorter muzzles.

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Emphysema in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Dogs may get emphysema, a persistent respiratory illness, just like people can. Learn more about this respiratory condition here.

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Ensure That Your Dog Is Safe From Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome By Roy Higgs

Dogs may be afflicted by the illness known as Vogt Koyanagi Harada syndrome. Due to this condition, images are not projected onto the retina, a layer of light-sensitive cells at the rear of the eye.

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Entropion in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Entropion is a prevalent problem affecting dogs, particularly those with loose facial skin and wrinkles. The causes, symptoms, and treatment of Entropion in dogs will be discussed in this article.

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Essential Pet First Aid: Antiseptic Solutions and Supplies for Home Emergencies By Roy Higgs

Discover the must-have antiseptic solutions and supplies for handling pet emergencies at home. Ensure you're prepared to provide essential first aid for your furry friend's well-being.

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Everything You Need to Know About Aging Dog Care By Lauren Leonardi

A lot of changes come with an aging dog. They aren't as spry as they once were and they need a different level of looking after. Here is some guidance to help you make your dog's golden years as bright as possible.

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Exertional Myopathy (Rhabdomyolysis) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Exertional Myopathy, also known as Rhabdomyolysis, is a prevalent illness that affects dogs, particularly those who participate in strenuous physical exercise. Learn more about this condition here.

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Exploring Ketoconazole: How It's Used in Dogs and What to Watch Out For By Roy Higgs

Dive into the world of ketoconazole for dogs โ€“ understand its applications, dosage, and potential side effects. Uncover essential insights to ensure your canine companion's well-being.

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Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE) in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE) is a neurological condition that can occur in dogs and is characterized by the sudden onset of paralysis or weakness, typically affecting one or more limbs. The causes, signs, treatment, and prevention of Fibrocartilaginous embolism in canines will be reviewed in this article.

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Fibrosarcoma in Cats and Dogs By Ellen Thompson

Fibrosarcoma is a form of cancer that is most commonly found in the skin and soft tissue of dogs and cats. Find out more here in order to better understand this particular form of cancer and what options are available.

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Flatworm Infection in Dogs: How to Deal With It? By Roy Higgs

Flatworm infections in dogs are parasitic infestations caused by different types of flatworms, which are also known as trematodes or flukes. We will explore the causes of flatworm infestation in dogs, the symptoms that may manifest when an infestation occurs, treatment, and preventive measures.

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Food to Help Your Cat or Dog Gain Weight By Kat Sherbo

We spend so much time worrying about our pets (or ourselves) being overweight, we forget that the other end of the spectrum is a major issue as well. If you're not sure if your cat or dog looks malnourished, here are a few things to look out for.

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Foods That Are Bad for Dogs By Sam Bourne

While we tend to stock our cupboards with foods we like, many of our favorite dishes contain ingredients that are bad for dogs. That means before you share anything, you should first know what might give your pet a bad reaction. This list will help you identify problem foods, so next time you feel like being generous, you can do so safely.

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French Bulldog Information: Health By Lauren Leonardi

Like most dogs that were originally bred to be fighting dogs, the French Bulldog is now a great companion to many pet parents. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.

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Frostbite in Dogs and Cats: How to Handle it, How to Prevent It By Sora Wondra

Winter can be a brutal time of year for pets who enjoy spending time outdoors. Frostbite is not only painful, but potentially fatal as well. Here are some helpful tips on how to keep your pet safe during those cold months.

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Fungal Pneumonia in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Dogs of all ages and types are susceptible to the dangerous illness known as fungal pneumonia. We discuss this disease further in this article.

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Furry Friends' Pharmacy By Team PetCareRx

As pet owners, we all want to provide the best care possible for our beloved furry friends. From feeding them the healthiest food to taking them to regular checkups with the vet, we strive to ensure their well-being. However, when it comes to purchasing prescription medications, we are often faced with the dilemma of choosing between generic and name brand products.

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Generic Alternatives for Popular Pet Medications By Team PetCareRx

Here is a list of generic alternatives for some of the most popular pet medicines used by pet parents today. Use it to keep your pet healthy and happy.

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Giardia In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Giardia is a species of parasite that can cause an intestinal infection when your pet drinks contaminated water, eats contaminated feces, or otherwise ingests the tiny organism. Read on to learn what symptoms to look out for and what treatments are available.

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Glycogen Storage Disease in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Glycogen storage disease is a genetic disorder that affects the ability of dogs to metabolize glycogen. Dogs with glycogen storage disease type 1 (GSD-1) have deficiencies in an enzyme called glycogen debranching enzyme (GDE).

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Grain-Free Dog Food and Dilated Cardiomyopathy: Is There a Link? By Roy Higgs

How grain-free dog food is known to be linked with DCM in dogs, and how the issue will not necessarily affect your dog.

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Gray Collie Syndrome (Cyclic Neutropenia) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Gray Collie Syndrome is a rare hereditary condition that mostly affects Border Collies of certain dog breeds. Here, we discuss how to manage this condition.

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Greyhound Health and Information By Lauren Leonardi

Greyhounds are a sensitive breed, bred for racing. Find out their particular health needs here.

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Happy Tail Syndrome in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

The term "happy Tail Syndrome" is deceptive because the ailment is not directly related to the dog's emotional state but primarily arises from physical factors related to tail wagging and the environment in which the dog is kept. This article will look into the causes, symptoms, and prevention of Happy Tail Syndrome to help pet owners better understand the condition.

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Head-Shaking in Dogs: Should You Be Worried? By Roy Higgs

Dogs shake their heads for several reasons, and the particular cause varies depending on the environment, frequency, and accompanying symptoms. The causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of head-shaking in canines are examined in this article.

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Heartgard Plus Keeps Your Pet Protected By Team PetCareRx

It is important to keep your pet safe from parasites. The tasty Heartgard chewable will keep your furry friend happy and healthy!

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Heartgard Plus vs. Heartgard for Dogs By Lauren Leonardi

Heartgard Plus and Heartgard for Dogs are two of the leading heartworm preventatives on the market. Although their names are similar, they actually have some key differences. Find out more here to help better decide which medication is the best for your dog.

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Heartworm in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Prevention By ContentFly

Heartworm can be prevented with medication prescribed by your veterinarian, such as Heartgard Plus.

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Heartworm Symptoms - The Four Stages of Heartworm in Dogs By Madeleine Burry

Heartworm symptoms can be subtle and tricky to detect. Learn more about heartworm symptoms here.

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Heartworms in Dogs - Symptoms You Should Know By Team PetCareRx

Early detection of heartworms can protect your dog from serious illness or worse. Read about heartworms in dogs and how to combat them at PetCareRx.

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Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Hemangiosarcoma is a blood vessel-related cancer that frequently affects dogs. Learn more about this blood cancer in this article.

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Hepatic Lipidosis (Fatty Liver) in Dogs By Roy Higgs

A common liver disorder that can be fatal to dogs is hepatic lipidosis (Fatty liver). In this article, we go deeper into this condition.

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Hernia in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Canine hernia is a condition that involves tissues or organs bulging out through a weak spot in the muscle covering them. Learn more about this here.

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Highlighting the Key Dog Health Tips for Winters By Roy Higgs

Dogs are very sensitive to cold weather as they have no natural body temperature control. The best way to keep your dog healthy and active during winters is by giving them regular exercise and food to stay healthy throughout the year. Here's our guide for keeping them healthy and safe during this year's colder season.

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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 Common Are Albino Dogs? By Meredith Alling

Every dog is special and unique in their own way. However, albino dogs are in rare form, and require slightly different care. Find out all about albinism here.

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How Common Is A Heatstroke In Dogs? By Roy Higgs

While heat stroke is not a very common condition in dogs, it is still important to know what it looks like and what you should do if you suspect your dog has it. Heat stroke can be fatal and requires immediate medical attention.

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How Common Is Laryngeal Paralysis In Dogs And Cats? By Maureen Ryan

Pets that seem to struggle to catch their breath may be suffering from a serious respiratory condition that could threaten their life.

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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 Dogs and Cats Get Heartworm Disease? By Gina Carey

Heartworm disease can potentially be fatal to your beloved dog. Learn how a single bite from a mosquito can put your dog at risk.

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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 Does Taurine Deficiency Affect Dogs? By Roy Higgs

Dogs are pets that can suffer from a taurine deficiency. But there are ways of treating and preventing this deficiency. We will discuss these strategies in this article.

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How Effective are Medicines for Treating Tapeworms in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Tapeworms in dogs are more common than you imagine, but you need not stress about a parasite harboring in your petโ€™s gut. You can try several medications that are effective for eliminating tapeworms and keeping them at bay for good.

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How Fatal Are Fertilizers And Pesticides For Pets? By Roy Higgs

Pets are part of the family, and we all want to protect them. Unfortunately, there are some household chemicals and other substances that can harm pets just as they do humans.

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How Much Is Pet Insurance? By Lauren Leonardi

Pet insurance can have its pluses and minuses. One thing that most can agree on is that it's not cheap. Read on for common pet insurance costs.

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How Much Should Neutering a Pet Cost? By Lauren Leonardi

Want to do your part in helping to keep the pet population low, but feel the cost of neutering your male cat or dog would just be too expensive? We've comprised some helpful tips on how to locate the most cost effective places to get your pet "fixed." Find out more here.

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How Old Is My Dog? By Mary Kearl

How do dog years correspond to people years? The rule of taking your dogโ€™s age and multiplying by seven doesn't always work. Learn how to calculate your dog's age here.

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How Probable Is It For Your Dog To Recover From Valley Fever? By Roy Higgs

Valley fever is a fungal infection caused by the fungus Coccidioides. The symptoms of Valley Fever in dogs are similar to those in humans, with the most common being fever, cough, and respiratory problems.

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How to Avoid Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs and Cats By Lauren Leonardi

Dogs and cats seem to get into everything and if something smells and tastes good, they are definitely going to give it a try. Antifreeze can be fatal to pets, so it's important to make sure your pet stays as far away from it as possible.

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How To Avoid Dog Herpes? By Roy Higgs

Canine herpesvirus is one of the most dreaded dog diseases everywhere. This disease is a very common cause of death in pups and pregnant bitches.

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How to Care for Your Dog After Surgery By Roy Higgs

Like humans, dogs too feel fatigued after surgery. To ensure their speedy recovery to make them feel as comfortable as possible, you need to care for them in a special manner after their surgery.

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How to Give a Cat or Dog Shot By Lauren Leonardi

If you can get past the needles, it is cheaper for you, and less nerve wracking for your dog, to administer shots at home. And despite what you might think, it isn't all that hard! Here's how.

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How to Help Your Underweight Pet By Madeleine Burry

Underweight pets can suffer from health issues as easily as overweight pets can. Treat your underweight pet with these tips.

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How to Keep Your Dog Healthy Throughout Their Life? By Roy Higgs

Your dog is part of your family, so you want them to be healthy and happy. Whether it's a puppy or an older dog, this post helps you keep your four-legged friend in tip-top shape.

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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 Know if Your Pet is Underweight By Madeleine Burry

Several symptoms can point to an underweight pet. Here's what you'll need to look for to watch your pet's weight.

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How To Prevent Leptospirosis In Dogs? By Roy Higgs

You know how important it is to take your dog for a nice long walk. But ensure that you choose a clean and safe route because dogs donโ€™t wear shoes or clothes. And they definitely donโ€™t think before touching nasty stuff on the way. And that could bring back a plethora of germs with your furry friend to your home.

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How to Protect Your Pet From Everyday Toxins By Roy Higgs

Your pet may be exposed to thousands of toxins and chemicals every day. These hazardous substances can affect its health in the long run. Fortunately, a few proactive measures are enough to minimize exposure and protect your furry companion.

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How to Safely Buy Budget Pet Care By Mary Kearl

Pet meds are often an essential expense for pet parents. However, some pet parents may not realize the dangers of buying cheap and inexpensive pet medications from untrustworthy websites or overseas. Find out how to safely buy budget pet care here.

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How to Take Care of a Bedridden Dog By Roy Higgs

Taking care of a bedridden dog is no easy task. However, as long as you know what to do, things will feel much easier.

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How to Take Care of a Dog with Broken Limbs By Roy Higgs

Caring for a dog with broken limbs is tedious. However, as long as you know the right steps, it wonโ€™t feel that difficult.

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How To Take Care Of Small Breed Dogs By ContentFly

Small dogs are little bundles of happiness and cuteness that change your lives forever. Most small breed dogs are less than 18 inches tall and weigh no more than 20lbs. However, they can be quite a handful (literally) if taken for granted. . Here are some tips and pointers that are important when it comes to taking care of a small breed dog.

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How to Take Care of Your Dogโ€™s Health While Remaining in Quarantine By Roy Higgs

Are you living in quarantine because of the rapid global spread of COVID-19? That means that your four-pawed best friend is forced to be inside with you. Until recently, there was no evidence from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that pets could receive COVID-19.

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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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Hydrocephalus in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Hydrocephalus is a major challenge for dogs and their owners, necessitating a thorough understanding of the condition. This article will look at the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for hydrocephalus in dogs, shedding light on the condition and its impact on our canine companions.