Why Is My Dog Sneezing a Lot?

Why Is My Dog Sneezing a Lot?

Sneezing is a common reaction of our body to various external factors like dust, flowers, pepper, and something of the kind. Dogs can sneeze as well and oftentimes dog sneezing makes us laugh because it’s uncommon and sweet. Nevertheless, dog sneezing is not always a natural and safe process. Certain circumstances may signify that something is wrong with your pet. You should always ask yourself – Why my dog keeps sneezing so much and for so long?
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Dog Panting at Night: Causes and Facts 2020

Dog Panting at Night: Causes and Facts 2020

Dog owners should always keep an eye on their beloved pets. Sometimes they fall ill and it’s hard to define that. The animals cannot tell you about their problems and so you should depend on your attentiveness. One of the potentially dangerous symptoms in the behavior of pets is dog panting at night.
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Coronavirus and Your Dog

Coronavirus and Your Dog

Recently, one of the more common questions the veterinary community receives about canine health is how the current coronavirus causing COVID-19 impacts dogs and their owners. With such a new strain of the common coronavirus there are many unknowns about how it impacts human population because there just hasn’t been enough time to perform thorough scientific studies. Another unknown is what impact, if any, this strain will have on canine populations around the world. There are many known strains of coronavirus which affect different species. The canine coronavirus is specific to dogs and CANNOT be transmitted to humans. The odds are good that the COVID-19 virus will not be transmitted to dogs and affect their health.

As a precaution, each dog owner should be aware of the signs and symptoms of canine coronavirus to know what to look for. Dr. Ernest Ward shares some great information about the canine coronavirus:
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How to Choose The Right Vitamins For Your Dog

How to Choose The Right Vitamins For Your Dog

Vitamins are imperative to a healthy life. These organic compounds supply our bodies with the essential nutrients that we need for normal cell growth, development and function. But humans aren’t the only ones that need to balance their diets with vitamins – so do dogs. 

However, since they can’t decide for themselves, it’s important that you as the pet owner make the right decisions regarding what vitamins are essential to your furry friend’s diet. Different dogs require different nutrients depending on a variety of factors, from breed to age, so it’s vital that you know what’s best for your dog.

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Choosing the Best Dog Supplements for Your Canine Companion

Choosing the Best Dog Supplements for Your Canine Companion

Whether you're having a good day or a bad day, there's always someone that you can count on to celebrate every time you get home from work... your pup!

Dogs bring joy to your life and fill a void that other people and things just can't match.

They're by your side through thick and thin, and because of that, you want to make sure they're as healthy as possible.

Dog supplements can be a tremendous way to make sure your pooch is getting all the vitamins and minerals they need.

Here are the supplements that you should purchase to give to your pup on a daily basis.

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Winter Dog Care, Gear, Tips, and Tricks

Unless you live in some sunny, warm southern clime, harsh winter weather is hard on both humans and dogs. You may have to change up your winter dog care routine to protect them from the effects of freezing temperatures, harsh winds, ice, snow, and dry air. However, with some care and preparation, winter doesn’t have...


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