Canine Dry Eye is a painful condition for dogs. And it often seems to be difficult to treat by conventional means.
Dry Eye in dogs can be attributable to, and associated with, quite a number of conditions, including Diabetes, Hypothyroidism, Distemper, immune system problems including autoimmune diseases, or even to drug toxicity or surgery. It can also be caused by allergies.
Essential to identifying dog health problems before they become major issues, is your dog’s annual checkup with your vet.
Dogs are truly man’s best friend. Dog owners speak highly of their pets saying that their dogs offer them unconditional love and there are many famous quotations and sayings expressing how loyal dogs are to man. Unfortunately, dogs sometimes suffer from health issues that we aren’t aware of that may cause them great discomfort and even death. Sometimes these issues… Read more »
You probably know how disgusting dog worms can be. They are tiny wriggly little intruders that breed in feces, dirt and other parasites. Fortunately, there are ways that you can prevent worm infestation, as well as safely treat them when they do get into your dog’s system. These worms may be small but if they are left untreated, they can… Read more »
When you think of puppies I bet your mind goes to faces of adorable little fur balls fresh, and healthy out of their mum’s wombs, right? Wrong. I don’t know if you are aware of this, but majority of dogs are born with worm infestation. I know, it doesn’t jive well with your image. It is important that you know… Read more »
If your dog is overweight and you’re finding that reducing the quantity of food is not working adequately, you may want to look at a dog obesity food that’s ready made and will help your dog lose that unhealthy additional weight.
If you are a new pet owner, there is something you must know about 95% of all dogs have worm infestation. You might be thinking I’ve been pretty good with my dog, I doubt he has worms. Well, that’s good but think about this, most puppies are born already with worms so however well you’re taking care of your pet,… Read more »
Here is some quite comprehensive information about pet vaccinations – and whether or not you should vaccinate your dog (or cat). The author is Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM – one of the relatively few vets who pulls no punches, and will tell you that annual vaccinations are NOT needed! Read on … Vaccination Overview by Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM You… Read more »
Dog worms are one of the most common problems that all pet owners have to deal with. Roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, pinworms and tapeworms are examples of the internal parasites that our dogs often have to deal with. Unfortunately, because they are so small, we don’t always know if our pets already have worm infestation. You need to be aware of… Read more »
If you suspect your dog may have Parvo Virus, whatever you do, don’t delay. This is an aggressive virus that will very likely kill your dog if left untreated. And it will happen quite quickly. There is no time to lose at all. Act now. And if you’re not sure how do identify dog parvo virus symptoms, find out all you need to know about parvo symptoms, in this article.