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What is Hypothyroidism and How Does it Affect Your Dog?

Thyroid diseases are unfortunately common in pets. The hormones produced by this small gland in the neck control essential components of your dog’s everyday life. If something starts to go wrong with the gland or your dog’s hormone levels are imbalanced, it won’t take long for you to notice. The most common disease affecting the […]

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What You Need to Know About Canine Joint Supplements

Arthritis and joint pain are comment problems that affect our four-legged friends, particularly when they get older. Just like in humans, constant pressure on and movement of the joints from running, jumping and rolling around can lead to deterioration and stiffness, hindering your pooch’s movement over time. Canine joint supplements are extremely common, but they […]

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Fall Allergies Might be Making It Difficult for Your Dog to Breathe

The autumn season brings crisp weather, beautiful leaves and, unfortunately, a slew of allergies that affect people and dogs alike! If your dog is wheezing this fall, it could be a sign that they’re suffering from allergies, just like you. However, wheezing could also be a sign of more serious ailments, so it’s important to […]

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What’s Up with Your Dog’s Hacking Cough?

It can be startling to hear your dog cough. Like in humans, dogs can get dust or food particles stuck in their throats and will need to clear them, so a few coughs every now and then is usually no cause for concern. But if your dog begins to cough regularly and forcefully, there is […]

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Does Your Pooch Get Nosebleeds? Understanding Epistaxis

If you’ve ever seen your dog run up to you with blood dripping from its face, you know how scary this experience can be. The source of the bleeding may be a cut or scratch on the head, but it could also be from another problem: a nosebleed. Much like in humans, dogs can experience […]

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Common Reasons Your Dog Might be Limping and When to See a Vet

Limping is never a good sign, and it may be easy to feel worried or distressed when signs of limping begin to show in your beloved companion dog. While a veterinarian visit is most likely inevitable, you may want or need more information before making the decision to take your dog in for medical attention. […]

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10 Signs of Cancer to Keep an Eye Out for in Your Senior Dog

Your dog is getting older and as they do, you want to be on the lookout for potential health concerns that may impact their quality of life in their later years. Cancer is one such disease your dog can develop as they age and it’s a leading cause of death in older canines. In some […]

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Why is My Dog Constantly Itching His Ears?

We’ve all had an itch on our bodies before and know the painful sensation of itches that just won’t go away. Dogs can experience this sensation too and may get relentless: shaking, thumping and scratching away to relieve the frustrating sensation. One of the most commonly afflicted areas in dogs is the ear. When dogs […]

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Hot Cars and Your Dog: Two Things that Should Never go Together

It is officially summer, and the temperatures across the nation keep rising. Unfortunately, summer is also the time that many dogs and other pets suffer from heat stroke due to being left in vehicles in high temps. We love bringing our beloved pups with us to run errands and to take drives around town, but […]

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Avoiding Parvo: Keeping Your Dog Safe From this Highly Contagious Virus

It’s every pet owner’s nightmare: your happy, playful puppy suddenly falls ill and requires intense veterinary treatment. Unfortunately, this scenario is a reality for far too many dog owners because of canine parvovirus, or parvo. Parvo is an incredibly contagious and potentially life-threatening virus that is mostly a risk for young puppies and dogs without […]

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