Jan 082016

Dogs, as well as other animals, are susceptible to parasites that live in their gastrointestinal tract. Dog worms can cause different health problems, such as vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, hair loss etc. Some of the parasites that affect dogs can also be transferred to people and can cause different health issues. That is why veterinarians recommend regular check ups and preventive measures that can reduce the harm. In this article, we will try to educate you, so you will be able to recognize if your dog has parasites. In addition, we will present you few deworming medications that are usually used. Continue reading »

Dec 212015

The whipworm, known scientifically as Trichuris trichiura, is a parasite that can be found in either cats or dogs. The most common way your pet can pick up this parasite is by eating something that has already been infested. However, it is possible to transmit from animal to animal without actually ingesting anything. The eggs are very durable and can survive in their environment for months or even years. They are also very adaptable and can live in food, water, soil, feces, or on animal flesh. Old and young dogs alike can pick up this parasite. Continue reading »

Dec 172015

Heartworm in dogs can be treated variously. Both dogs and cats can suffer from heartworm, but the illness and treatment is actually different. You have to know the causes and symptoms of dog heartworm in order to be able to treat the disease respectively. The disease was spreading in wet and warm areas in the past. However, nowadays it is spread globally. The disease can be diagnosed easily and it can be treated right away. Continue reading »

Nov 302015

Coprophagia is a term which describes eating stool. Yes, you read right, eating one’s own poop. In dogs, while coprophagia appears to be purely behavioural, there are reallymany health problems that can cause or contribute to coprophagia. These disorders must first be ruled out before a basically behavioural diagnosis can be done.
Coprophagia is a frequent disorder in some young puppies, which often clears up by adulthood with effective nutrition and proper direction and supervision. There have been several answers recommended for this behavior. When left unsupervised, dogs may simply start to examine, play with, and even eat stools as a play, investigative or scavenging behavior. Because coprophagia might attract a lot of owner attention, the behavior might be further reinforced. Fortunately, your dog coprophagia can be treated. Continue reading »

Nov 252015

A dog is an excellent, entertaining and loyal companion. Bringing home a new puppy to join your family is undoubtedly a fun and exciting moment. When you take on this big responsibility, you’ll need to do the best job you can. Your puppy now is dependent on you for food, housing, medical care, as well as companionship. In a nutshell, you hold their very existence in your hands and they have absolute trust in your judgment. But there are sometimes issues with dogs and puppies who behave badly. How can we fix this problem? Continue reading »

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