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Dog Seizures

By |2020-12-16T14:16:14-06:00April 14, 2020|

If your dog seems agitated, falls over, goes stiff, or starts to make uncontrolled motions, they’re likely having a seizure. You’re likely to feel helpless and frightened watching your precious pet go through a dog seizure. Educate yourself on the causes and treatments of dog seizures and steps you can take to help your dog safely

Dog and Cat Diarrhea

By |2020-12-16T13:04:41-06:00April 7, 2020|

Diarrhea is a common problem in both cats and dogs; it often results in a visit to the vet. Dealing with diarrhea isn’t fun for you or your pet, and you want to get your dog healthy as soon as possible. So, what can you do to help prevent and treat cat or dog diarrhea?

Why Do Dogs Bark?

By |2020-12-16T13:18:12-06:00March 31, 2020|

Barking is one way that dogs communicate with us. They may be trying to warn you of potential danger or express their excitement on your return. Barking, whining, and howling are natural ways that dogs express themselves. But, learning how to stop dogs from barking may be necessary for your peace and sanity. Barking is

Why Did My Dog Throw Up?

By |2020-12-16T13:22:54-06:00March 24, 2020|

Dog owners might notice that, from time to time, their usually playful pup may feel under the weather and throw up. This is concerning for pet owners as nobody likes to see their dog get sick. You could wonder, why did my dog throw up yellow substances or why did my dog throw up foam.

Why are My Cat’s Eyes Watering? Watery Eyes and Squinting

By |2020-12-16T12:14:09-06:00March 24, 2020|

Is your cat getting weepy or is there a problem with his eye? Cats do not produce tears for emotional reasons, so the problem with cat eye-watering and squinting is physical. Cat’s eyes tear up for a variety of reasons, some harmless, while others need veterinarian care. This article will help you determine when to

Why Cats Wag Their Tails

By |2020-12-16T12:20:46-06:00March 18, 2020|

It’s common knowledge that dogs wag their tails when they’re happy, but many might not know that cats wagging tails is a thing too. You might be asking, “Do cats wag their tails?” Yes, they  wag their tails like dogs do, however, these frisky felines do so for entirely different reasons. From slight shimmies of

Torn ACL in Dogs

By |2020-12-16T11:29:36-06:00March 16, 2020|

If you’re a dog owner, you likely have heard of various injuries your pet could sustain. A torn ACL is one such injury. An ACL tear, also called a cranial cruciate ligament rupture or CCL in dogs, is when the ligament that connects the back of the femur to the front of the tibia is

How to Brush Cat’s Teeth

By |2021-02-06T22:05:58-06:00February 25, 2020|

Keeping your cat’s teeth clean and healthy is vital to their overall health. If you’ve ever noticed that your cat’s breath needs freshening, that smell can be a sign of poor dental hygiene. The same bacteria that cause dental disease travel through your cat’s bloodstream to cause heart, kidney, and lung disease. The most important

How to Brush a Dog’s Teeth

By |2020-12-16T11:10:45-06:00February 18, 2020|

Brushing your dog’s teeth is essential to their overall health care. It keeps their breath smelling fresh and helps prevent canine gum disease along with other diseases caused by poor dental health. A buildup of plaque and tartar can lead to a loss of teeth and serious dental conditions that cause painful and dangerous infections.

English Bulldogs: Health Issues

By |2020-12-16T10:43:13-06:00January 27, 2020|

English Bulldogs are grumpy-looking dogs with a sweet, loving disposition. They are gentle, stubborn, and unfailingly loyal. They love human contact and will stay by your side. They need only a moderate amount of exercise and do great in small apartments. Unfortunately, the English Bulldog is often afflicted with a wide variety of health conditions.

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