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Dog Diarrhea: How To Quickly Stop It At Home

14th March 2012
You have seen this many times; soft, liquidy poop found in a pile on the rug under the kitchen table. In this article I am going to go over the common causes of dog diarrhea, and how it is diagnosed based on the clinical signs. Lastly you will see the mor... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

German Shepherd Barking- Main Reasons And Solutions

25th February 2011
The German shepherd barking madness is one of the most difficult problems to control. Despite the fact that German shepherds are known to be sturdy and affectionate to their human families, German shepherd aggression can give raisers a hard time when ther... Read >
Author: Marcus

Six Dangerous German Shepherd Health Problems You Should Look For

04th February 2011
Just like any popular dog breeds, German shepherd health problems can be expected although these canines are naturally fit and healthy with an average life span of 12-15 years. That is why it is important to ensure that you purchase only a healthy German ... Read >
Author: Marcus

The German Shepherd Dog Breed- Show Lines and Working Lines

06th January 2011
A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article in which I explained that there are many types within the German Shepherd dog breed and that these types can be divided into two categories; dogs which have physical qualities that reveal their intended purpose and... Read >
Author: Enrique

How Fish Oil Helps Relieve Itchy Dog Skin

23rd November 2010
Food allergies can create itchy skin problems for dogs and there can be multiple triggers affecting your pet. Find out how to determine what is causing the allergy and what you need to do to correct it. =>Food Allergies One of the main causes of itc... Read >
Author: Bob Storrs

A Working Dog's Diet and Care

13th August 2010
Working dogs of any breed are very special. They perform a job for us without asking much in return. Working dogs can be hunting dogs, guard dogs for livestock, military dogs, police dogs, assistance dogs, search and rescue dogs and many others. An extrem... Read >
Author: Drs4Pets

Do German Shepherds shed a lot?

01st February 2010
Do German Shepherds shed a lot?Yes. German Shepherds do shed. A lot? Well, I would have to say that that in many ways this is up to the owner because some people may have more have more of an aversion to dog, cat or any kind of pet hair than others do. Pe... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Are German Shepherds good family pets?

01st February 2010
German Shepherds good family pets?A German Shepherd Dog can be an excellent choice of family dog, with the right family. Remember that German Shepherds are great dogs but they're not for everyone - no more so than would be a saint bernard, a chesapeake ba... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Dog Bladder Crystals - Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions

07th January 2010
What are dog bladder crystals? At the risk of stating the obvious, I have to say that they are nothing but stones in your dog's bladder. They are also referred to as uroliths. What causes the formation of a dog bladder crystal? There are a numbe... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

How to Prevent Hip Dysplasia in Dogs, A Common Health Issue

04th December 2009
What is Hip Dysplasia? One of the most common health problems that affect dogs is known as "Hip Dysplasia." Found in many different breeds with different levels of commonality, hip dysplasia can cause your dogs a great deal of pain, due to poor positio... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

The Top 10 Dog Breeds and Their Most Common Traits

22nd September 2009
A dog can be man's best friend or his worst nightmare! Every year dogs are given back to the breeders, or handed over to animal rescue centers because the owner just couldn't cope... It's true - a dog is for life - and it can sometimes be a handful, bu... Read >
Author: Anita Watson

Canine obsessive compulsive disorder how to spot it and how to treat it

15th June 2009
Does your dog exhibit repetitive and quirky behaviour such as chasing it's tail, biting the air, or licking parts of it's body constantly? If the answer is yes, then your dogs behaviour may be a result of an anxiety condition known as Canine Compulsive Di... Read >
Author: Ivan Ojounru

Acral Lick Granuloma - A Problem For Many Dogs

23rd March 2009
Dogs often develop hot spots where they lick and chew constantly. A hot spot like this on the front paw near the wrist or the outside rear leg can turn into an Acral (relating to limbs ) Lick Granuloma. The spot becomes red, irritated and an open sore. Th... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

German Shepherds - The Family Watch Dog

09th September 2008
There's a lot of different breeds of dogs, but among the world's most popular dog breeds there are a few that have been singled out as the most loyal, hard-working and intelligent. German Shepherds have long been valued for these qualities and more. Th... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Raising A German Shepherd Puppy: A Survivor's Manual

25th February 2008
German Shepherds have an image problem of being inherently vicious when, in fact, they aren't. They were never bred to fight other animals or human beings. They were bred, however, to be extremely obedient and willing to please. So, if you ever read about... Read >
Author: Jan Ryan
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