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By: on January 27, 2021
A pet of any age can suffer from the harmful effects of exposure to cold. Below are few important tips to remember that will keep your precious pet healthy and warm this winter.   Keep Their Paws Clean And Dry On winter walks, the dog's paws pick up all sorts of dangerous chemicals—salt, antifreeze, or de-icers. Make sure to clean off your dog's paws when you get back from outdoors to keep them from licking them off and getting sick. And when cleaning off your dog's paws, try to look for sign...
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By: on December 27, 2020
Eclampsia in dogs is a fatal condition characterized by a decrease in calcium levels in the blood. In certain cases, this disease develops in breastfeeding dogs within weeks after birth. Most often, eclampsia develops one to five weeks after birth, when the mother absorbs the most milk. While rare, it may also occur in pregnant dogs or during pregnancy. Eclampsia: What Are The Causes? The cause of eclampsia is not often identified, but it could be due to: ...
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By: on November 30, 2020
Mesothelioma is a rare disease in dogs. Usually found in older dogs, mesothelioma is more widespread in males than females; however, it may occur in juveniles and females. Some dogs are at higher risk of contracting mesothelioma, the highest being the German Shepherd. It is an unusual tumor that occurs from the lining cells of the peritoneal, pleural, and pericardial cavities or the vaginal tunic of the testis. Tumors are typically solid and pink. Mesothelioma is most common in older dogs and ha...
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By: on October 4, 2020
An immunization (or vaccination) is a great procedure to develop your pet's natural immunity from diseases before they get infected. This prevents them from catching the disease and spreading it. Vaccines prevent infectious, harmful, and deadly diseases from spreading. These include Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV), Lyme disease, Leptospira, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza (a component factor in causation of kennel cough). If a vaccinated pet comes into contact wit...
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