Dog Pain Relief Blog

Back Brace For Dachshunds

The WiggleLess® back brace for dachshunds helps “Jackson” curtail twisting, relieve stress and offer comfortable, firm, back support for those days when his back is stressed.

Dachshunds are known as a “chondrodystrophic” dog breed and they often need plenty of dachshund back support. Carrying a long back on such short legs can cause back problems. He wears his WiggleLess® to help support his back when he takes long walks with his

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Temperatures are rising and so is the risk of heat stroke. As the weather starts getting warmer, don’t forget that dogs and cats face increased risk of heat stroke during the summer. Unlike people, they have few sweat glands, which are found primarily on their paws and noses. Though many people believe that dogs sweat through their tongues, panting is not an effective method of heat loss. If your pet exhibits frantic breathing,

 

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Morris Animal Foundation was established in 1948 by Dr. Mark L. Morris Sr., a visionary veterinarian who believed there was a need for a foundation that solely addressed animal health and welfare. Dr. Morris was a veterinarian, humanitarian and animal health pioneer who was one of the first veterinarians to use diet to control disease. One of Dr. Morris’s first patients was Buddy, who was among the first guide dogs

 

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Like people, dogs get bored. Like people, dogs are healthier and happier when they get exercise.Like people, dogs like to have a healthy purpose in life. Like people, dogs need ways to express their energy and have fun. TAPPING IN TO YOUR DOGS ABILITY Whether you can attribute the energy level of your dog to his breed type or to his personality, if he’s got it, he’s got to use

 

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Symptoms of Intervertebral Disk Disease (IVDD)

Our dogs cannot tell us what they feel through words but a responsible and compassionate  dog owner can understand what a dog feels through their body language. I know when my dogs are sad, happy, excited, bored. I know they get depressed when we pack our suitcases for a trip they cannot go on. Hopefully we can rely on our own common sense and intuition to understand when our dog

 

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