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Hot Pavement Can Hurt Your Dog’s Paws in Minutes. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Hot Pavement Can Hurt Your Dog’s Paws in Minutes. Here’s What You Need to Know.

August 24, 2016

Originally posted by Irene Keliher, August 15, 2016 on The Daily Treat It’s hot out there! Did you know that even with a thick coat of fur, your dog can get burned? We’re not talking about sunburns—though some dogs do need doggy sunscreen. Instead, we’re talking about a lesser-known, scary condition called pad burn. You’ll want to understand […]

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Why Do Dogs Have Bad Breath?

Why Do Dogs Have Bad Breath?

August 13, 2016

By: Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM Living with dogs is fun! Their presence usually makes us feel happy and alive. In fact, dogs are considered one of the most potent cures for feeling blue and depression. However, living with dogs has some drawbacks and one of them can be bad breath. Over the years, I have […]

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When Your Dog‘s Itching is Driving You Crazy

When Your Dog‘s Itching is Driving You Crazy

July 27, 2016

Orginally posted on drsophiayin.com by Dr. Sally J. Foote What’s with all the scratching? Is it heat? Summertime can often trigger skin rashes and ear infections in dogs. You may be cleaning your dog’s ears, bathing them, or giving them anti-histamines, yet they continue scratching away. There may be relief for a day or two, but it […]

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8 Essential Things To Do When You See A Dog Left In A Hot Car

8 Essential Things To Do When You See A Dog Left In A Hot Car

June 24, 2016

Originally Posted on: Barkpost.com by Rachel Crocetti Summer is here and for most people (and dogs) that means so is the unbearable heat. Summer for humans means wearing less clothing and taking a dip in the pool or ocean, but summer for dogs can be harsh. Imagine not being able to take off your winter […]

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How to keep your dog safe and at ease when the fireworks start

How to keep your dog safe and at ease when the fireworks start

June 14, 2016

Originally posted by Cesar Milan Some dogs have no problem with the sight and sound of fireworks if they’ve been desensitized — hunting dogs, for example, grow used to the sounds and smells of hunting rifles and gun powder. Most dogs, however, are not used to these things, so the Fourth of July can be […]

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