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Treating Stress Colitis in Dogs at Home

Treating Stress Colitis in Dogs at Home

Has your dog been experiencing a lot of stress that it’s already affecting its bowel movement? If your dog starts to have difficulty passing its waste or you notice small red spots on its stool, your dog might be showing signs of stress colitis. In this blog, we’ll...

Understanding Swimmer Puppy Syndrome

Understanding Swimmer Puppy Syndrome

Swimmer puppy syndrome is an unusual and uncommon deformity that’s mostly seen in newborn pups. This complication prevents these puppies from standing due to their rear limbs having weak muscles. If left untreated, it could lead to poor respiration, poor circulation,...

Short Spine Syndrome in Dogs: What You Should Know

Short Spine Syndrome in Dogs: What You Should Know

There are many conditions that could affect your dog, and it could range from something as common as leptospirosis to rare diseases like hypertrophic osteopathy. Another example of a condition that could afflict your dog is short spine syndrome. Dogs with the...

How to Massage a Dog with Arthritis

How to Massage a Dog with Arthritis

Older dogs have a thinner layer of cartilage, making them more prone to developing arthritis. This condition is a common problem, especially among bigger breeds of dogs.  So if your dog has arthritis, what can you do to relieve the pain and improve their quality of...

Luxating Patella in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

Luxating Patella in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

Have you noticed your dog walking strangely as if it feels uncomfortable? Maybe your pet is hopping around awkwardly and stretching its legs frequently? These are possible signs of canine luxating patella. The condition sounds like a mouthful. So what exactly is it?...

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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