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Things to do if your dog has an upset stomach

Upset stomachs in dogs can stem from various causes, but they all have a common factor: your dogs ate something that they shouldn’t have or something they’re not used to digesting. These can happen for a variety of reasons, but there are ways to treat an upset stomach if it happens to your dog.

Meat allergies in dogs, why they develop and how to live with them

Many people believe that dogs are carnivores or natural meat eaters. However, generations of domestication have made dogs omnivorous, even if they are descendants of the wolves. This makes them perfectly adaptable to eat fruits and vegetables.  While this seems...

INFOGRAPHIC: Canine DCM signs to watch out for

Canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a fatal disease that weakens the heart’s ability to pump blood to all parts of the body. In most cases, dogs with DCM won’t show symptoms until the disease has progressed into the late stages. According to the VCA Hospitals,...

Things you can do to keep your dog’s bones healthy and strong

While bone and joint problems affect almost all types of dogs, large breeds are more susceptible. In fact, there are several bone diseases big dogs can develop during their growth spurt which happens until the age of two. Bone and joint problems that they encounter...

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