Dog Health Tips

Helpful tips & information about dog health. Learn how to diagnose symptoms of illness in your dog, and how to keep your dog healthy and vibrant for years to come.

What Are The Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Dogs?

August 29, 2013 by  
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Let’s talk about the benefits of coconut oil for dogs I’ve been a fan of coconut oil for about three years now and incorporate into my daily diet. Once thought of as a “bad fat,” nutritional experts are now saying that’s not the case at all. In fact, coconut oil comes with a boat-load of […]

How to Stop Stinky Dog Farts

April 24, 2013 by  
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Urgh! What’s that smell?  Did it just come out of the dog? Gross! We’ve been blaming rotten smells on the dog for many years, but what can you do if you’ve got a legitimate problem with dog farts? There are several factors that can lead to stinky dog farts. Gas can build up when your […]

Easy-Peasy Peanut Butter Dog Treats Recipe

Dogs flip out for peanut butter. What’s not to love – it’s tasty, it sticks to the roof of your mouth and it’s full of om nom nom goodness. If you’re like me, you don’t have much time to spend in the kitchen, but you want to bake your pooch up some yummy treats he’d […]

What To Do If Your Dog Ingests Chocolate

October 29, 2010 by  
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There is currently a myth circulating among dog owners that chocolate is not actually toxic to dogs. In actuality, it is a proven scientific fact that YES, chocolate is poisonous to dogs, sometimes even inducing a fatal reaction. Under no circumstances should you allow your dog to ingest chocolate, or any substance that contains chocolate. […]

Poisonous Foods For Dogs

October 17, 2010 by  
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Aside from being affectionate, loyal pets, all dogs are famous for their love of treats. Given their nature, it’s always tempting to feed your dog scraps from the table (especially when they give you “puppy eyes”!). However, just because certain types of food are edible for humans, they are not necessarily able to be processed […]

Hypoallergenic Dog Food

July 5, 2010 by  
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Canines, just like humans, can also suffer from food allergies in their diet and thus require to supplement their diet with hypoallergenic foods. If you are concerned about whether your dog has severe food allergies, it is recommended that you change their diet as soon as possible. High quality, hypoallergenic dog food, recommended by your […]

Healthy Diet Tips for Your Dog

June 4, 2010 by  
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Healthy Diet Tips for Your Dog Coming up with a healthy diet plan for your pet may not be as easy as you initially thought it would be. First, it can be truly challenging to choose which dog food product or supplement you will get, given the variety of brands that you are most likely […]

Signs & Symptoms of a Sick Dog

December 21, 2009 by  
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Dogs are wonderful companions, most often being involved in a loyal, dedicated relationship with their owners. However, just like humans, dogs are also prone to many different health conditions. Because your dog doesn’t have the ability to let you know when they’re feeling ill, it’s important for you to keep an eye on their behavior […]

How to Remove Skunk Smell From Your Dog

November 26, 2009 by  
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One of the most unwelcome aromas in any home is the smell of a wet, skunk-smelling dog. Dogs are naturally curious creatures (which is one of the reasons we love them), though they often encounter one of the most dreaded animals for any dog owner – the skunk. Removing skunk smell from your dog has […]

Porcupine vs. Dog! – How to Deal With Your Dog’s Porcupine Encounter

November 15, 2009 by  
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If you live in a wooded area, chances are that your dog may encounter a porcupine. Porcupines are slow, passive creatures, but they have one of the most effective defensive skills of any animal! A porcupine’s body is covered with special quills, which are designed to penetrate the skin of any attacking predator. The quills […]

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