Tag: Dogs

  • Big Dog Apparel For Hunting Dogs

    January 8, 2018 No Comment

    It is not always fashion or looks for which dog apparel is required. There could also be other reasons for which people may search for appropriate dog clothes. One of these requirements is for the hunters and explorers who use dogs for tracking purposes in forests, mountains and unfriendly terrains. Domesticate Animal Dogs whether big […]

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  • Obese Dogs

    December 21, 2017 No Comment

    I saw this article yesterday and just and to write something about it since obese animals are one of my biggest pet peeves. About 20 years ago when I graduated from school my very first client had a huge German Shepherd. When I say huge, I mean *huge*. He weighed over 120#. When I’d take […]

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  • Pruritus in Dogs

    December 19, 2017 No Comment

    Pruritus in dogs is a chemical reaction in your pet’s skin that stimulates their nerves and sends a signal to the brain that tells them to itch. There are several forms of this condition ranging from very mild where there is no problem, to the severe form that can lead to intense itching. This intense […]

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  • Obesity In Dogs

    December 19, 2017 No Comment

    Several studies have shown that more Americans are obese right now than ever before and, interestingly, we’re not the only ones. Not only are Americans fatter than at any time, so are their k9s; along with the phenomenon can have significant ramifications for each groups. Obese k9s work a great deal of the similar dangers […]

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  • Red Zone Dogs

    December 12, 2017 No Comment

    Dealing with an aggressive dog can be very challenging. The greatest challenge is when the dog’s aggression is intermittent and no real trigger can be identified. The other challenge is if you have a “red zone dog.”   I have heard from more than one client  they have a red zone dog. This phrase has been used […]

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  • Polydipsia in Dogs

    December 11, 2017 No Comment

    Polydipsia in dogs itself is not a life threatening or even a serious situation, but it can very easily be the signal that there is something wrong with your dog. The underlying causes could range from liver and kidney problems, to infections and high blood calcium. If it is not extremely hot and your dog […]

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