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How Long Is a Dog's Gestation Period?

22nd July 2011
Gestation, or the term of a pregnancy in dogs starts from the first time they are bred, or fertilized, and lasts until the puppies are born. This period can vary based on the breed or size of the dog, but usually is about 9 weeks. Unlike humans, female do... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann

Pyometra and Your Dog

10th May 2011
Pyometra comes from the Latin language and is defined as a pus-filled uterus. The condition is usually seen in female dogs over five years of age, and the risk of the condition goes up with age. Unless the uterus is removed, which is a surgical procedure,... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann

Sentinel Spectrum Vet Products

02nd March 2011
Sentinel Spectrum is delicious chew which is given every month to protect the dogs from fleas, heartworm and intestinal worms such as roundworm, whipworm, hookworm and tapeworm. There are several Sentinel Spectrum Flea products which are available in vari... Read >
Author: Samantha Dale

Dog Incontinence Causes and Solutions

09th July 2010
If you are searching for dog incontinence causes you are not alone. It is estimates that approximately 1 out of every 5 pets will struggle with incontinence at some time in their lives. Personally, I think the real number is much higher, since almost all ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Antibiotics for Dog UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)

26th February 2010
Antibiotics for dog UTI are the first line of defense against this common condition most often seen in older female dogs. Though older females are the most vulnerable, all ages and genders are susceptible. More than likely one or more of these factors wil... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Why is Female Dog Urinary Tract Infection More Common and How Can it Be Treated?

08th January 2010
First of all, here is a little fact that all dog owners must know - female dog urinary tract infection is a lot more common than male dog urinary tract infection. So, if you happen to own a female dog, you should be twice as careful and take very good car... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Canine Bladder Enlargement Problems and Prevention

08th January 2010
When was the last time you thought about your pet's bladder health? Canine bladder enlargement is not something you think about every time your dog has inconsistent trips to do his business. But canine bladder enlargement and urinary track infections can ... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Diabetic menu Dogs And Diabetes Posted By: Tristan Andrews

04th December 2009
It may surprise you to learn, but dogs can develop diabetes just as people can. Diabetes is a life-threatening illness so you will need to closely monitor your dog's blood sugar and provide him with the correct medication. You will also need to carefu... Read >
Author: benafronmeniz

Five Things You Must Know About Bladder Stones In Dogs

12th January 2009
If you're like most dog owners, you've probably never even heard of canine bladder stones. But if it happens to your dog, you need to get answers to these questions. How Do I Know If Bladder Stones In Dogs Are Causing A Problem? The following sympt... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Five Reasons For Frequent Urination In Dogs

09th January 2009
Are you sick and tired of having to drop everything to let your dog outside every five minutes? There can be several reasons for a dog urinating frequently. Canine Urinary Tract Infections Canine cystitis is the most common cause of frequent urinati... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Don't Ignore Female Dog Incontinence

07th January 2009
Many dog owners don't know what to do when incontinence in female dogs becomes an issue. This problems affects many pets, but their owners either ignore it or are too embarrassed about it to take their dogs to the vet. In this article, we'll look at cause... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

A Guide To Treatments For Urinary Incontinence In Dogs

06th January 2009
Is your dog showing signs of urinary incontinence? You may be finding puddles of urine around the house. You notice that your old friend is dribbling urine and doesn't seem to be able to control it. You know when he's around because you can smell him. ... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Tips On Dealing with Old Dog Incontinence

06th January 2009
Let me tell you a story about old dog incontinence. Jane Smith's beloved old pet has suddenly started dribbling urine. She's finding puddles of urine all over the house. The fur on her dog's bottom is wet from the constant dribbling, and the odor is overw... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Osteochondritis Dissecans: Dog Bones Disorder

05th November 2008
In any joint in the body, two bones come together and movement is allowed between them, there is an exceptionally smooth area of cartilage covers in surface of each bone which acts as a cushion and protects the underlying bone. If anything disrupts this... Read >
Author: hannah

When to Get Your Dog Spayed or Neutered

17th July 2008
So many people who get a new puppy are overwhelmed with the responsibility of it all that they don't have time to stop and think between all of the vet visits, the potty training, and the play time. However, one thing that every new doggie family has to c... Read >
Author: Ling Tong
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