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Dana Brown, DVM

Dana Brown, DVM
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Dana is a qualified veterinarian with background in animal care and training sciences and an avid writer on the topics of dog health. Her range of expertise is wide but her primary focus in on animal nutrition and specifically dog foods.

Kidney Failure in Dogs: The Ultimate Science-based Guide

The condition known as kidney failure in dogs usually occurs from injury, infection or disease of the kidney. This can result in either a...

The Ultimate Guide on Pain Management for Dogs

There are few things as frustrating for a dog owner as knowing their dog is in pain and not being able to do anything...

The Ultimate Guide of First Aid for Dogs: 7 Vital Things...

Many of us have a first aid kit in our bathroom cabinets for emergency situations. But have you thought what you'll do to provide...

Enlarged Heart in Dogs (Dilated Cardiomyopathy): What You Must Know

If your dog is having difficulty breathing, is losing weight and suffers from a cough, he may be suffering from the deadly condition of...

10 Non Shedding Dogs for Allergic People (and tips for allergy...

A non shedding dog, also known as a hypoallergenic dog, is the type of pet that is considered most suitable for those suffering from...

Mange in Dogs: Symptoms, Prevention and Treatments

Skin condition known as mange in dogs can be extremely irritating for your pet. It starts out slowly, but if not treated it will quickly...

Pancreatitis in Dogs: Symptoms, At-Home and Veterinary Treatments, Prevention

A well-known condition, pancreatitis in dogs is an inflammation of the dog's pancreas - the organ responsible for digestive enzymes and insulin production. When...

Ear Mites in Dogs: Symptoms, Natural and Veterinary Treatments, Prevention

Ear mites are itchy little buggers. Highly contagious, and highly common - if you own a dog, you will almost definitely have to deal with...

Cushing’s Disease in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatments

If you're not familiar with the condition, the Cushing's Disease in dogs affects the endocrine system of the animal. This condition is most prevalent in...

Epileptic Seizures in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatments

Epileptic seizures in dogs occur due to electrical storms in different areas of the brain - this can cause a full, or partial seizure...

Water Intoxication in Dogs: Prevention and Treatments

Water intoxication in dogs is what happens when a canine consumes excess water; this can be from playing in the pool or biting at...

8 Causes of Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs and Available Treatments

When your dog has bloody diarrhea, it can be scary knowing that this could be the symptom of a life threatening condition. But, in...

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Cherry Eye In Dogs: What It Means and How To Deal...

Your dog has been playing outside and you suddenly notice a reddish protrusion in the corner of his eye. A closer look and you...

Dog’s Digestive System Breakdown (and what dogs can and cannot digest)

Food is the fuel that powers your dog’s body, and when welcoming a dog into your home, it’s important that you do your research...

Calming Music for Dogs – What Is It and How Can...

For a lot of people – dog owners and otherwise – the idea of using music to calm your pet feels plain silly. For...

Best Dog Food for Weimaraners: 9 Vet Recommended Brands

Sleek, gorgeous and bright the Weimaraner is an amazing dog both in the field and in the home. These large sporting dogs have traditionally been...

Skin Tags on Dogs: 8 Ways to Prevent and Treat Them

Skin tags on dogs are small benign growths that can appear on any canine, of any age. Some breeds have a greater chance of...