Dog Running in the Snow

The Importance Of Fats In Your Dog’s Diet

An important nutrient that all dogs need and one that is responsible for furnishing energy in their body are fats. Fats supply energy for the body to use. It also has a small role in building strong cells and promoting the absorption of nutrients. However, similar to the essential amino acids, a dog’s body isn’t…

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Beagle Puppy Eating from His Bowl

3 Ways To Feed Your Puppy

To meet the continual nutritional demand of your puppy’s growing body, he must have food available to him all day long.  There are 3 common techniques to feed your new puppy. These are: Meal feeding, portion-control feeding, and free feeding. Meal Feeding: This method of feeding is usually done with mixing solid food and canned food…

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Consider Dog Health Insurance For Peace Of Mind

When it comes to proper health care for your dog, nothing is more effective than taking preventive action. By learning some basic knowledge and adding a few simple measures into your daily routine, you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you are getting the best health care possible for your dog. Educate…

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How To Prevent Flea Infestations Now & Forever

Fleas are very stubborn creatures. They linger, multiply in large numbers, and eliminating them completely can take a very long time. Therefore, I believe that the easiest approach to get rid of an infestation of fleas is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Below are three ways to keep fleas from invading…

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Necessary First Aid Items For Your Dog

No matter how safe and cautious you are with your dog, accidents are bound to happen. Sometimes no amount of preventive measures can stop dogs from, well – being dogs. Their impetuous nature makes them somewhat vulnerable to getting hurt and injured. That is why it is up to you, his owner, to provide him…

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Keeping Your Dog’s Hip & Elbow Dysplasia Under Control

It is quite common for puppies to have genetically acquired hip dysplasia and/or elbow dysplasia. Unfortunately, these are the results of improper breeding, and with the huge amount of puppies being born each year from people that are not dog breeding professionals, you may come across a puppy with these conditions often. Elbow and hip…

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Treatment Options For Your Diabetic Dog

If your dog has been diagnosed with diabetes, early treatment by your veterinarian will help prevent further complications from this disease. Your pet may be saved from the painful experience of nerve damage as well as avoiding blindness. Conventional treatments will go a long way to keeping your dog healthy. Insulin Injections Depending upon your…

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