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My Dog Has Diarrhea: What Should I Do?

My Dog Has Diarrhea: What Should I Do?

  If you’re a pet parent or a “pawrent,” chances are you’ve experienced cleaning after your pooch when they experience a bad case of dog diarrhea. It’s messy, a little frustrating, and can be alarming, especially if the loose stools persist for a few days. Dog...

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Should You Be Worried About Dog Hiccups?

Should You Be Worried About Dog Hiccups?

  Dog hiccups are cute, but should you be worried? Does it have any underlying conditions that may be a cause for concern? Most of the time, dog hiccups are perfectly normal and will resolve themselves in a few minutes. However, once the hiccups start to last for...

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Hyperkeratosis in Dogs: An Overview

Hyperkeratosis in Dogs: An Overview

  Have you noticed a rough crust of skin on your dog’s paws or nose? Or maybe your furry friend is experiencing a difficult time walking? It’s possible that they’re suffering from hyperkeratosis. In this blog, we’ll provide an overview of canine hyperkeratosis....

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All You Need to Know About Leptospirosis in Dogs

All You Need to Know About Leptospirosis in Dogs

  Does your dog like exploring damp, murky places or playing in the water? Or maybe it likes playing with other dogs then ends up scratched by another animal?   Exercise extra caution because these activities could put your dog at risk of getting leptospirosis....

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In Focus: What is a Dog Yeast Infection?

In Focus: What is a Dog Yeast Infection?

Have you noticed your dog itching more than usual? Maybe your pet is scratching its ear or dragging its butt across the floor to relieve the itch. Itchiness, redness, and flaky skins are all signs of a possible yeast infection.  But what is a dog yeast infection and...

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Natural Remedies for Dog Arthritis Pain

Natural Remedies for Dog Arthritis Pain

As your dog gets older, the cartilage on the surfaces of its joints can get thinner, making it more prone to developing arthritis. Knowing what to do and how to prevent the condition can help your dog in the long run.  Arthritis is common among older and bigger dogs....

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