Training an Un-Neutered Dog

Training Non-Neutered Dogs

Not every dog gets spayed (removal of female reproductive organs) or neutered (removal of male organs). Whether through an intention to breed or other motive, many individuals leave their companions intact. Left with a full complement of nature’s hormones, these dogs can react differently than their surgically altered counterparts. Males with the normal amount of…

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Rabbit Pellet Food

Q & A: Curing The Feces-Eating Dog

Question: Why Rabbit Pellets Can Cure The Feces-Eating Dog “Some time ago I picked up a magazine article in the latest issue of Dog World and a man wrote in to the editor that he was having a severe problem with his dog eating feces. This man’s pet would literally eat feces from any animal…

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Injured Dog in Road

Emergency First Aid For Dogs: Treatment Of Shock

Your dog can easily go into a state of shock, caused by any amount of pain, toxin, or injury. And when it comes to the treatment of shock, veterinarians are not in full agreement as to the term “treat for shock.” One side states that treating for canine shock includes the administration of intravenous fluids,…

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Coughing Dog

Emergency First Aid For Dogs: Symptoms Of Shock

I’ll never forget my very first dog. Her name was Scarlet and she was the most well-behaved Golden Retriever anyone has ever seen. Loving, kind, playful and obedient – Scarlet was supposed to last forever – at least in my young mind. But my worst nightmare happened as I never expected to see her lying…

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Dog with Cataracts

Canine Eye Problems & Solutions

To understand the various reasons why your dog may come down with a serious eye problem, you need know some important information on the genetic make-up of these animals. For example, the normal dog has eyelashes on the upper lid only. They are in three to four rows, so close together that they appear as…

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