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Foods that Can Cause Seizures in Dogs

11th August 2010
Some believe that commercial dog food is at the heart of many different illness in canines, and I think it may have contributed to my dog's seizures and may have even caused them. Cory, my dog had seizures and they gradually lowered in occurrences once I ... Read >
Author: Jacob Akshire

Seizures in Dogs: Foods that Can Cause Seizures

11th August 2010
Some believe that commercial dog food is at the heart of many different illness in canines, and I think it may have contributed to my dog's seizures and may have even caused them. The reason I came to that conclusion is that Cory's seizures gradually were... Read >
Author: Jacob Alston

The Benefits of Feeding Your Dog Raw Green Tripe

05th August 2010
The Benefits of Feeding Your Dog Raw Green Tripe By Neil Wasserman When you adopt a dog, it becomes part of the family. He will depend on you just as your children do for proper nutrition. It's pretty easy to just buy a bag of dog food; however is... Read >
Author: neil

The Bully max reviews

17th June 2010
The demand for all natural dog food has become the constant cry of dog owners all across America after the contaminated food scare in 2007; people have long memories when it comes to their precious pets. Read this article to gain insight on the natural fo... Read >
Author: Heath Love

Dog Food Recipes for Boston Terrier

21st May 2010
We have taken great interest in feeding our Bostons and we have tried many different dog foods over the years. Very often, we will find a food we like, only to have the company bought out by a large company who cheapens the food by changing the ingred... Read >
Author: dogsinfo

What Causes Incontinence in Dogs and What Can I Do About it?

08th January 2010
Incontinence in dogs is usually associated with old age but it can happen to dogs of any age. Older dogs have it when their urinary sphincter becomes weak and they cannot hold their urine in. Younger dogs can get it due to birth defects. Urinary incon... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

How to Cure Your Dog's UTI, Not Just Treat it

08th January 2010
If you have a dog and he has ever had a UTI, you probably know that the problem is generally one that recurs. It's rare for a dog susceptible to UTIs just to get one infection in their lifetime. If your dog gets a UTI for the first time, brace yourself be... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Did Your Vet Show You a List of The Best Dog Food Brands?

08th July 2009
Just because a brand of dog food is well-known does that make it the best dog food to feed your pet? The most popular and well-known brands are not necessarily the most nutritious. Sadly the best dog food for your dog is probably not even being sold in yo... Read >
Author: Leslie Nunez

Dog Hot Spots: How to Get Rid of Them Fast

17th April 2009
In this article "Dog Hot Spots: How to get rid of them fast", I'll explore the causes of dog hot spots and suggest how you can get rid of them. Symptoms Does your dog have the following symptoms? ' Licking, biting and chewing a spot on the skin e... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp

Weaning Puppies Is Only Naturalb

08th October 2007
We hope that you finish this article having learned at least a little bit of new information. If so, then we have done our job.Weaning puppies is a wholly natural manner. Mamma dogs have been burdening it successfully for ages, so how hard can it be, righ... Read >
Author: Jacky Hayme

Liver Disease in Dogs

09th May 2007
Liver disease in dogs is one of the major causes of death for dogs in the United States. The liver removes waste from the dog's body, detoxifies the blood, and produces bile . Left unchecked, liver damage which impairs the functioning of liver cells can l... Read >
Author: gpoint
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