Category: Dog Health

Heart Worm, Fleas And Other Parasites

Heart worm, fleas and other parasites

Heart worm, fleas and other parasites in dogs need to be eliminated by following appropriate medications in them. Many products have come up in the commercia

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Common Questions About Heart Worm

Common questions about heart worm

The common questions about heart worm are often related to the
species affected by heart worms in addition to the dogs. One
should know that in addition to dogs

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Spaying And Neutering Dogs

Spaying and neutering

Spaying and neutering of dogs are highly wanted if you don?t want to breed the dogs and however, these activities need to be carried out by qualified veterinarians specializ

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Common Questions About Vaccinations

Common questions about vaccinations

Common questions about vaccinations are to be understood by the dog owners, as a priority. One of the common questions is whether the dog needs to be given vacc

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Surgical Neutering Of The Male Dog

Surgical neutering of the male dog

Surgical neutering of the male dog is important in helping the dog owners to control the male dog?s aggressive behavior. Yes. By doing the surgical neutering, it

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Food Allergies In Dogs

Food allergies

Food allergies are something that is difficult to identify unless one is well aware of the baseline information with regard to this type of allergy. The main symptoms of food allerg

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Snake Bites In Dogs

Snake Bites

Fortunately, only occasionally are dogs bitten by a snake in this country. Whilst a bite is unlikely to prove fatal to humans it can sometimes kill a smaller animal like a dog. The case

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Dealing With Haemorrhage In Dogs

Dealing With Haemorrhage

Bleeding, when it is from the skin, is a natural process to wash bacteria and dirt from a damaged area. However, it can be dangerous if it is coming from a cut artery or v

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How To Take Your Dog's Temperature

How To Take Your Dog`s Temparature

A half minute short bulbed clinical thermometer is necessary. See that the mercury is well shaken down to 9O?F. or so. The bulb of the thermometer should be light

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