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Canine Acupunture

Canine Acupuncture

CANINE ACUPUNCTURE How Canine Acupuncture Decreases Arthritic Pain   When our furry best friends are in pain, we’re likely to do anything in our power to alleviate their discomfort and ease their distress. While some health issues are permanently resolved with various forms of medical intervention or medication, other problems persist on a daily basis. Arthritis is one such health concern which, typically, manifests with age. So, how can you …read the full article.

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Causes Of Bad Breath In Dogs

Causes of bad breath in dogs

Causes of Bad Breath In Dogs — and Natural Remedies to help   Dogs are the only pets that aren’t shy. Just spend a few minutes with your dog and you will have learned almost everything about them— from health-related issues to other stuff. It is during this time that you are likely to come across bad smell from your dog’s mouth. Generally, dogs aren’t known to have fresh-smelling mouths. …read the full article.

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Tail Injuries

Tail Injuries

Tail Injuries   Your Dog Tail Injury (Is this a Serious Issue?) You step on your Chihuahua’s tail and he lets out a yelp.  You shower your little dog with kisses and apologies for doing him harm.  You think you are such a terrible parent but does this really harm him?  Does it hurt?  Is a tail injury considered serious? Some people may think that a tail injury may not …read the full article.

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Dogs and Digestion

Your Dogs Digestion

Dogs and Digestion Three Ways to Aid Your Dog’s Digestion As a dog owner, you’ve probably no doubt encountered a pet that just seems to inhale their food. For one reason or another some breeds of dog just can’t eat fast enough and although they may look like they’re enjoying it at the time this behavior may not actually be good for them. Just like us humans, pets who seem …read the full article.

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Dogs and Allergies

Dogs and Allergies

Dogs and Allergies May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month for pets. There are so many things to keep track of when it comes to keeping our animals well. Shots, preventatives, foods, etc … no wonder a pill can be missed here or there! So what are some of the most common symptoms of allergies in dogs? Sneezing Increased scratching or constant licking Itchy, runny eyes Itchy ears and ear infections …read the full article.

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Canine Flu

Canine Flu

CANINE FLU Flu, flu Go Away! This time of year we are focused on getting our own flu shots, preparing our medicine cabinets for the cold months ahead, digging out our hot water bottles and buying boxes of tissue, but what about our furry friends? Protecting your best friend from canine influenza can be daunting. Until 2004, when an equine influenza virus was detected in greyhounds, many people didn’t even …read the full article.

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Epileptic Dogs

Epileptic Dog

EPILEPTIC DOGS Living with an Epileptic Dog Seizures are one of the more common neurologic problem in dogs.  Owners are often emotionally distraught because of the violent and unpredictable nature of seizures.  A seizure is the result of excessive electrical activity in the brain, and can manifest as abnormal behaviour (e.g. fly-biting, vocalization, running in circles, aggression) or uncoordinated motor activity (e.g. paddling of legs, muscle twitching, stiffening of muscles). …read the full article.

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Dogs And Summer Heat

Dogs and summer heat

Dogs And Summer Heat Summer Safety Tips The joys of Summer have officially arrived and it is time to get outdoors and breathe! Your furry friends are just as excited as you are to frolic in the meadows, run down the beaches, and play with their mates. But before you open the hatches and let them run free, here are a few friendly summer tips to keep in mind: Seasonal …read the full article.

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Is Your Dog Bored?

Is Your Dog Bored

IS YOUR DOG BORED? The hustle and bustle of the holidays has come and gone, but even though your daily life seems to be returning back to normal, there may have been one element that fell victim to the holiday madness: your dog. With holiday parties, shopping, traveling and the like—not to mention colder, wetter weather that keeps you indoors more—cutting time out for your pooch was/is probably one of the …read the full article.

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When Dogs Itch

When dogs itch

When Dogs Itch As we begin to wrap up our Summer fun, it’s important to remember that our pups aren’t out of the red zone just yet when it comes to fleas, ticks, and other creepy crawlers. Skin irritants and hot spots are a real pain to your pup. Did you know a hot spot starts simply because something irritates, itches, or causes inflammation of the dog’s skin? Your little …read the full article.

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