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Dog Muscle Spasms: What You Need to Know (and Do)

Spasms in your dog's muscles may occur as a localized issue. For instance, if a dog hurts a leg, that same leg may experience...

Most Common Dog Breeds Prone to Seizures

The short answer is yes, dogs can have seizures. But it is important to know how dogs can have seizures and why. Seizures are...

Seizures and Your Dog: Understanding the Different Types of Canine Seizures

Just like humans, dogs experience seizures. These seizures can be the result of numerous root causes and are categorized based on various characteristics. Most...

Epileptic Seizures in Dogs: Symptoms and Treatments

Epileptic seizures in dogs occur due to electrical storms in different areas of the dog's brain. This can cause a full, or partial seizure...

Researchers Discover a Better Treatment for Epilepsy in Dogs

Scientists have discovered the gene responsible for a common type of epilepsy in dogs. Now, steps toward treatment and preventative breeding are possible. Epilepsy in...

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Common Health Problems for Large Breed Dogs

Many affectionately call large and giant breed dogs the world's gentle giants, making loyal and loving companions. A few large and giant breeds are known...
Why Do Dogs Kick Their Leg When You Scratch Their Belly

Why Do Dogs Kick Their Leg When You Scratch Their Belly?

Have you ever wondered why your dog kicks his leg when you scratch that sweet spot under his chin or on his belly? Dogs are funny creatures, and this is one of their most well-known comical traits. Are they ticklish? Is it just a random reflex? I’m sharing the science behind the question of why do dogs kick their leg when you scratch their belly, and the answer might surprise you!
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The Ultimate Dog Show Guide

  A dog show is commonly called a conformation event, intended to evaluate and assess the breeding stock of different dogs. The size of the event...

Does Pet Insurance Cover Dental Care?

How often have you stopped your pet from putting something in its mouth? Our guess is “countless”! Pets tend to explore everything orally—from a new...
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Pekingese Dog Breed Profile

Are you looking for a miniature toy breed that is neither aloof nor clingy to keep you company? Do you want to learn more about...
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English Cocker Spaniel Dog Breed Profile

The English Cocker Spaniel dog breed is an adorable pooch with a charming character and alluring good looks. Learn more about living with this...

11 Dog-Friendly Backyard Ideas on a Budget

A dream backyard for the dog isn’t about you concocting weird and crazy expensive playgrounds; it’s about working towards addressing the needs and wants...
5 Embarrassing Dog Health Concerns

5 Embarrassing Dog Health Concerns

As a dog parent, you are going to experience more than a few situations that leave you blushing. Some of these are over no sooner...
How To Make Homemade Cleaners That Are Safe for Dogs

How to Make Homemade Pet-Friendly Cleaners

Take a look at the cleaning products underneath your kitchen sink or in your bathroom closet. Read the label. Aside from water, you probably can't pronounce...
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Foamy Dog Poop: Should You Be Worried?

Did you know that you can tell the status of your dog's health through their poop? If you've noticed that your dog is defecating foamy...