Blog Entries ( dog health )

Caring for dogs with arthritis

July 3rd, 2013
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Most older dogs suffer from some degree of arthritis, but the disease is not limited to the elderly. Disorders like hip or elbow dysplasia and cruciate ligament ruptures may cause dogs to develop early and/or especially severe arthritis. Whatever the reasons behind a dog’s arthritis, the good news is that owners now have many safe and effective options available to treat it. The symptoms of ...

Preventing liver disease in dogs

February 18th, 2013
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The job of a liver is to metabolize the different foods we ingest. Since dogs have a bit of a history for eating things they shouldn’t or things that aren’t actually food, it makes it important that they have a liver that functions well at all times. Educating yourself on this condition is the best way to help prevent liver disease in dogs. The term ...

The Uncommon Dog: products for pet safety and comfort

February 6th, 2013
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The Uncommon Dog cares about canine safety and comfort by offering dog car seats and dog ramps. This thoughtful company treats dogs like family members, and they want to keep them safe like a treasured member of the family. Our dogs go everywhere with us, so keeping them safe and secure by using dog car seats lets the whole family relax. When we bring ...

Boxer Helps Other Dogs As Blood Donor

November 17th, 2012
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As a regular donor, Winston makes sure to give blood every few months. His pints save the lives of many others in need — this is, those of the canine variety. “Dogs and cats need blood, just like do in emergency situations,” Dr. Rebekah Heinz told ABC affiliate KTUL-TV. Winston, a friendly boxer who lives in Oklahoma, takes a needle to the jugular to give to ...

Your Dog May Be Your Best Matchmaker!

August 9th, 2012
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I always remind people to ask themselves, not what your dog can do for you, but what YOU can do for your dog. As this stands true, people might not realize the impact their own dog can have on their dating lives and that, in this situation, your dog can even be your best bet at finding your perfect mate. It stands ...