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Symptoms Of Heat Stroke In Dogs

When we think of heat stroke, it’s easy to forget your dog can suffer from heat stroke as well. Sadly, we see too many dogs suffer from heat stroke, so we want to remind you about this life-threatening condition so you can recognize the symptoms if it happens, and better yet, avoid it altogether.

Symptoms Of Heat Stroke In Dogs2022-06-13T14:20:25+00:00

Benefits Of Brushing Your Dog’s Coat

While brushing your dog’s coat may seem like a chore for both you and your pup, regular brushings are actually an essential part of keeping your best friend happy and healthy. It doesn’t matter whether your dog’s coat is short, long, thin or thick, regular grooming not only helps keep him looking good, it

Benefits Of Brushing Your Dog’s Coat2022-02-01T14:39:12+00:00

How To Prevent And Treat Ear Infections In Your Dog

Ear infections are painful and irritating, and it’s no different for dogs. Dog’s ear canals are the perfect breeding ground for infection-causing bacteria and other microorganisms, especially if your dog has long, floppy ears or likes to swim. Ear infections are one of the most common reasons pet owners bring their dog to the

How To Prevent And Treat Ear Infections In Your Dog2022-02-01T14:37:17+00:00

4 Reasons To Adopt A Senior Dog

Are you thinking about adopting a pet? Right now, so many dogs need a good home — especially senior dogs. Here are four reasons why you should consider adopting a senior dog. You May Save Its Life There are still shelters who euthanize pets who aren’t given homes in a certain number of days. Most

4 Reasons To Adopt A Senior Dog2021-10-19T13:46:12+00:00

Geriatric Screenings For Older Pets

Just like their human parents, pets need check-ups, too. And our senior pets are no exception. Here are common conditions to be on the lookout for, and symptoms not to ignore. What to look for in cats Cats are considered to be in the senior age range after approximately age 7. It is important to

Geriatric Screenings For Older Pets2021-10-19T13:34:27+00:00

How To Prepare Your Pets For Their First Trip To The Groomers

Most dogs and cats can safely be groomed for the first time when they are about 12 to 16 weeks old and after they have received all necessary shots. But to fully prepare your pet for his or her first grooming, there are four things you can practice for making the first – and future

How To Prepare Your Pets For Their First Trip To The Groomers2021-09-27T16:29:56+00:00

How To Care For Your Double-Coated Dog

Double-coated dogs, like Retrievers, Shepherds and Pomeranians for example, have special grooming needs. A double coat is a combination of fur and hair. And while some dogs with long hair may require regular trimming of their coat. Grooming not only ensures that they look their best, but you’re also making sure their coats don’t become

How To Care For Your Double-Coated Dog2021-08-25T21:37:55+00:00
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