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Canine Distemper: What You Need To Know

Here's a brief article on canine distemper, a viral disease of dogs that seems to be making a come-back. Distemper used to be one of the leading causes of death in unvaccinated puppies throughout the world.


Kennel Cough (Canine Contagious Respiratory Disease)

Canine Contagious Respiratory Disease, also known as "Kennel Cough" or CCRD, is a highly contagious disease transmitted by air and wind currents contaminated with cough and sneeze droplets from infected dogs. As the name implies, kennel cough occurs with high frequency


Dealing With Incessant Barking

Let's face it: Some dogs just love to hear their own voice! Unfortunately, most owners and their neighbors hardly share the same adoration.


Money-Saving Advice Concerning Pet Behavioral Challenges

If there's one thing certain to place a severe strain on the bond between a pet and his owner, its a behavioral challenge. Owners often spend hundreds of dollars on trainers, training aids, and trips to the family vet for advice on how to solve behavioral challenges. In the long run though, there is one solution that may save you the most money..


A Valuable Physical Exam Skill for Pet Owners

When performing an at-home physical examination on your dog, you need to observe for signs of lameness. Catching a joint problem in its early stages can save you money in the long run, yet sometimes lameness in these stages can be difficult to pinpoint. Here's how to do it.


Remedies for Destructive Chewing

Many canines are literally "in the doghouse" with their owners because of their destructive chewing. No one wants a pet that seeks and destroys any inanimate object into which he can sink his teeth.


Ten Things You May Not Know About Parvo

Parvovirus can remain infective within an environment for up to 10 months


My Pet Is Limping. Now What?

our pet has developed a limp. What do you do? It is easiest to think about this process the same way you would if it happened to you.


15 Things You May Not Know About Food Allergies

80% of dogs with food allergies will have chronically inflamed ears. 2. 15% of dogs with food allergies will have gastrointestinal signs, such as diarrhea, anal sac impaction, and increased gas...


Dealing With Your Pet's Bad Breath

Does the smell of your pet's breath rival that of a Genoese fish market? If so, you'll want to read this informative article.


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