How To Keep Your Dog’s Joints Healthy

by Dr Dog on February 22nd, 2017

Unhealthy dog joints can cause a lot of pain to your dogs. Our infographic helps you understand what’s causing the pain, the symptoms and how to treat it! How to Keep Your Dog’s Joints Healthy When dogs age, their ailments increase. One of the most common issues with aging and larger breeds is joint problems. […]

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Dogs and Anxiety: A Primer

by Dr Dog on January 30th, 2017

Dogs can develop anxiety. It happens for several reasons. Some pets, like some humans, are prone to anxiety just because, well, they’re prone to anxiety. The key for dog owners is to know what signs to look for when determining if their pets have anxiety. All the signs below are from PetCareRX. Signs That Your […]

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What Foods Are Good for Your Dog’s Liver?

by Dr Dog on January 13th, 2017

What foods are good for your dog’s liver? It might surprise you. Foods high in vitamin E are especially helpful in treating liver disease. Before getting into what those foods are, here’s some information on liver disease in dogs. Symptoms for liver disease in dogs – Depression, weakness and loss of appetite are all signs […]

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What Vegetables Can My Dog Eat?

by Dr Dog on December 21st, 2016

Vegetables could be exactly what your dog needs as a healthy snack or even as part of your pet’s overall diet. But dogs, no matter how we feel about them, aren’t human. What this means is that there are rules that pet owners should stick to in regards to feeding their pets vegetables. Let’s go […]

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Mange: What It Is and Natural Remedies to Treat It

by Dr Dog on December 12th, 2016

Mange is one of those issues that dog owners never forget. But, what exactly is mange and are there any natural remedies available for dog owners to remedy mange? What is mange? Mange is a skin disease. The scientific name for mange is sarcoptic mange. Mange is also known as canine scabies. It’s caused by […]

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