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Kennel cough causes and treatment

28th June 2011
Kennel cough is medically referred as Infectious Tracheobronchitis. Kennel cough is a resultant of inflammation of the upper air passageways in dogs and cats. The pathogen responsible for this condition is called as Bordetella bronchiseptica. Majority of ... Read >
Author: susan jeffers

Dog Diarrhea with Blood - 4 Causes of Bloody Diarrhea

09th May 2011
Diarrhea in dogs can be treated at home. However, when you can see blood in your dog’s stool when it has diarrhea it is now time to have your dog treated by a veterinarian. Dog diarrhea with blood is a serious condition in dogs that needs serious medical ... Read >
Author: Alex Howell

Springer Spaniel Skin Problems

22nd February 2011
There are five main basic reasons for skin problems in dogs, but springer spaniels fare well compared to other breeds. The main reasons are hereditary predisposition, infectious diseases, immune system problems, dermatitis (allergic reactions), and extern... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

Dog Diarrhea | Causes and Treatment

17th January 2011
Dog diarrhea is one of the most common problems that eventually all pet owners will face at some point. Keep in mind that diarrhea is a symptom and not a disease and although all dogs will develop diarrhea sooner or later, it's usually a minor concern. ... Read >
Author: Janie Knetzer

Why a Dog is Called - Man's Best Friend

03rd June 2010
Weather you chose a yorkie, malteese, shh-tzu, Chihuahua, lasa opsa, poodle, mini dachound, or one of our popular designer mixes like a morkie, multi-poo, yorkie-poo, or a teddy bear puppy. These lovable puppies will turn into lovable dogs, which will lov... Read >
Author: VincentL

Rescue Dog Training - How to Stop Your Rescue Dog From Biting, Nipping, Snarling and Growling

20th May 2009
Certainly the most serious of all negative behaviors a dog can exhibit, biting cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. Understanding the root cause will help you to identify the most appropriate training technique to correct and eliminate this neg... Read >
Author: Bob Hunsicker

Dog-the most friendly animal.

22nd April 2009
Dogs are a man's best friend, so the saying goes. It is quite intelligent than any other pet animals. We can understand his thoughts through his face and shaking tail. Some of the best qualities of his nature just like obedience forced to man to love him.... Read >
Author: Prasad

Dog Chewing: How To Prevent And Stop Destructive Dog Behavior

10th October 2008
Dog Chewing: How To Prevent And Stop Destructive Dog Behavior Your dog chews because it is natural for him to do so. When you know why your dog has chewing problems, you're on your way to being able to stop dog chewing. The best way to stop dog chewin... Read >
Author: Allen McDaniel

Bordetella Vaccine - Kennel Cough Preventative

07th March 2008
The Bordetella vaccine is commonly given to dogs to prevent kennel cough. I put emphasis on the word "prevention" because like the flu shot in humans, the Bordetella vaccine is a prevention - not a cure. All my puppies receive their first Bordetella vacci... Read >
Author: Penny DiLoreto

Does Gender Really Matter - Male Dogs vs. Girls

18th January 2008
Over the years the most common question I have received is not about specific health issues, not about training, or even about the temperament traits of my dogs. As a breeder, the most common question I have been asked is, "which is better - a boy puppy o... Read >
Author: Penny DiLoreto

How to Deworm Your Dog

08th August 2007
ALL puppies will have intestinal worms during their lifetime. Deworming your dog or puppy is highly recommended to get rid of those parasites even though many resources we have talked to vary in their overall deworming schedule time. Because of this on... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd
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