Dog Eye Care – How often do we get something in our eyes? There are so many opportunities to have eye irritation just by outdoor factors and sometimes, we accidentally poke our eyes as well. Regardless, it’s an easy enough matter for us to wash eye gunk off and be done with it. Unfortunately with our pets, there is more… Read more »
Do you love spoiling your dog, responding to his every whimper and cry, and spending hundreds of dollars on gourmet treats? To say that dogs are man’s best friend is anything but a clichÃ©.
Caring for your dog doesn’t only involve feeding, grooming, exercise, and ensuring that your dog has suitable space for living and running around. It extends to dog emergencies.
Dog care also extends to health care, and perhaps even more importantly, keeping your dog safe from mishaps, and educating yourself so you’ll know exactly what to do for your dog’s care if an unexpected event, or even an emergency, happens.
All machines consume some form of energy. This energy may come from a source providing electricity or any other form of energy. Every living organism’s body requires a similar source of energy to live; and this comes from food. Food molecules break down to provide the energy needed for metabolic processes. No wonder then that we should devote a major… Read more »
Despite the nasty clean-up that follows it, diarrhea is not necessarily a bad thing. It is actually the dog’s internal defense to eliminate harmful substances from his body. As such, do not be alarmed when his increased stool movement is accompanied with some vomiting. As long as the canines do not show signs of lethargy, bloating, extremely high-fever and have… 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 »
Knowing about the options for flea treatment for pets is essential. Natural flea treatment is the option I personally go for, but I understand that many people either prefer the chemical advantage flea and tick or frontline flea treatment, or are simply not aware that natural flea treatments are in fact available.
New dog owners need to take a lot of time and effort to be properly educated with appropriate dog nutrition information prior to adopting a pet. It’s naive to assume that dogs just look for daily sustenance and affection. It should not be difficult to figure out what dogs need, since dogs have many of the same needs and concerns that people have…. Read more »
Home remedies for dog ear mites and regular grooming are effective methods to treat and prevent mild ear infections. Chronic and recurrent ear infections that do not respond to treatment may even require surgery.
Dr Andrew Jones, DVM, has some important points to make about the veterinary pharmaceutical industry versus a more holistic approach to pet care, including veterinary care. Here is what Dr Jones said recently: ” The Pharamceutical Industry is approaching a TRILLION DOLLAR industry worldwide – Much bigger than the economies of several countries.” – That statement alone is mind boggling, don’t you… Read more »