Dog Diseases & Conditions

5 Signs of Dog Anal Glands Problems (And What to Do)

Dog Anal Glands Problems: Signs, Causes, and Treatment

W hile dog anal gland problems are usually not life-threatening, they are relatively common, except for anal gland cancer. Sadly, when untreated, they can affect your...
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Foot or Toe Cancer in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Foot or toe cancer in dogs is relatively uncommon compared to other types of cancer. But remember that it can still occur. The prevalence of...
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Anal Gland Cancer in Dogs: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Is your dog having discomfort in the anus area? Or has he recently been scooting across the floor all of a sudden? You better have...
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Roundworms in Dogs: Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment

Dogs can get infected with numerous types of infectious parasites, and one of them is the roundworm. Roundworms are internal parasites commonly found in dogs—most...
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Understanding Nasal Tumors in Dogs

Did you know that older dogs are more prone to develop nasal tumors? And without supportive care, a study finds that: ...euthanasia is generally elected within...
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Elbow Hygromas in Dogs

Wonder what that swelling on your dog’s elbow is? It doesn’t seem to hurt when you touch it, but it looks like it should....
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My Dog Ate Rubber: Potential Risks And What To Do

Dogs are very curious animals. But sometimes, they can get a little too curious and eat something they are not supposed to. This is especially...
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Understanding Myeloma (Bone Marrow Cancer) In Dogs

One thing’s for sure: Cancer sucks. Not only does it deprive our loved ones of a chance to live healthily… Unfortunately, so are our pets. And the...
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Deaf Dog Hearing Aids: 7 Tips to Help Your Deaf Dog

Did you know? Dogs have sharper hearing senses than hoomans — ranging between 45Hz and 65KHz. And when their hearing is impaired, you can just imagine...
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Reverse Sneezing in Dogs: What Is It and How Do You Stop It?

If you've ever seen a dog during a fit of reverse sneezing, you know how scary it can be. What is reverse sneezing in dogs and how do you stop it?
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Dog Park Diseases: The Dog Park Dangers

Dog park diseases are something dog parents should be aware of before visiting.  More often than not, dog parks are deemed harmless and offer nothing...
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How to Prevent Gum Disease in Dogs

Did you notice your dog’s terrible breath as it approached you for a kiss? Yup, it’s more likely a gum problem. You've come to the right...

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4 Tips & Tricks for Navigating Peak Flea and Tick Season

Here it comes... the dreaded peak flea and tick season. For us pet owners, while we love those sunny beach trips and walking in the...
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Have Pet, Will Travel: Guide to Spring or Summer Trips with...

In Partnership with Merck Animal Health In my opinion, there's no better time to travel with your pet than in either spring or summer. The weather's...
Can I Afford A Dog

Can I Afford A Dog?

Owning a pet is expensive. It’s more than just planning for food and toys. If you’ve been asking yourself, can I afford a dog, here is everything you need to know. A big part of being a responsible pet owner is preparing for the endeavor financially. Creating a consistent budget can help you plan for routine expenses like food, treats and toys, as well as unexpected expenses like vet visits in the event of an emergency. Asking the question can I afford a dog is a very responsible thing to do. Many pet owners don’t plan a budget before adopting a dog, and that can get you into a lot of trouble.
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How to Get Rid of a Dog: The Right Way

Are you faced with the challenging decision of how to let go of your furry companion? We understand that circumstances change. And even...
Why Are Dogs So Loyal?

Why Are Dogs So Loyal?

One of the best qualities of our canine companions is their unwavering loyalty. Why are dogs so loyal? There are amazing stories about the unmatched loyalty of dogs - dogs that have sat on their owner’s graves, waited patiently for months for their owners to return from war and even stories of dogs walking thousands of miles to reunite with their masters.
Why Do Pets Make Us Happy?

Why Do Pets Make Us Happy?

Nothing beats the feeling of seeing a happy dog or friendly cat come running over to you looking for a pat on the head or a scratch behind the ears. Why do pets make us happy? Pets do a lot more than just keep us company. The unconditional love that they provide us with is priceless and incomparable to any love that we get other humans.

Dog Names Starting With Z

Are you looking for dog names starting with Z? Well, you're in the right place! Getting a new pup would mean preparing for a new set...
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How Many Dogs Are Too Many?

We've all been there. Pet owners of one dog think, "Maybe I should get one more." Then, once you get the second dog, you'll...
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Can Dogs Get Sick From Humans?

If you have been caring for dogs for quite a while now, you must have known we can get sick from them. Rabies, giardia—name...
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Dandie Dinmont Terrier Breed Profile

Not a lot of people know about this breed, but the Dandie Dinmont Terrier is not something you should ignore when you chance upon...