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  • Dogs with floppy ears are prone to yeast infections. Infections develop when naturally occurring yeast overpopulate the ears. Your dog may exhibit head shaking and have red, itchy, odorous ears.

    Home Remedies for Dog Ear Yeast Infections

    Home Remedies for Dog Ear Yeast Infections

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli13

  • Like humans, every dog coughs once in a while. But if the cough is severe or persistent, or if your coughing dog appears lethargic or unwell, it is important to determine the cause of the cough.

    Why Is My Dog Coughing?

    Why Is My Dog Coughing?

    by eirevet9

  • If you have noticed nipple discharge in your dog, you may be wondering what is causing it. There are several potential causes of nipple discharge in dogs, but as always, see your vet.

    Causes of Nipple Discharge in Dogs

    Causes of Nipple Discharge in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli20

  • Blood in dog's stool may be caused by several factors and stress may be one of them. Learn what causes stress-induced colitis with blood and mucus in dogs and how to help them.

    Can Blood in Dog's Stool be Caused by Stress?

    Can Blood in Dog's Stool be Caused by Stress?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • Most types of worms that afflict dogs are easily treated, but some types can be fatal. Learn the signs of worm infection and find out how to treat your pet.

    How to Tell If Your Dog Has Worms

    How to Tell If Your Dog Has Worms

    by ElectronicPaul LM107

  • Demodectic mange is a type of mange that affects dogs. This form of mange is typically seen when the immune system of the dog has been compromised.

    How to Treat and Cure Dog Mange

    How to Treat and Cure Dog Mange

    by Alex2

  • Wondering why your dog can't seem to stop bobbing his head up and down? Read on to discover the origin of this odd behavior.

    Head Bobbing and Tremors in Dogs

    Head Bobbing and Tremors in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli118

  • In this interview, owner of Healthy PAWsibilities, Dr. Cathy Alinovi, discusses the importance of identifying food allergies as a source of ear infections as well as symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

    Are Food Allergies Causing Your Dog's Ear Infections?

    Are Food Allergies Causing Your Dog's Ear Infections?

    by Donna Cosmato4

  • Looking for a thorough, natural treatment for your dog's ear mite problem? Well, you are in the right place! Easy to follow directions and formulas for a natural approach to ear care in dogs.

    How to Treat Your Dog's Ear Mites Naturally

    How to Treat Your Dog's Ear Mites Naturally

    by India Arnold21

  • Your dog just ate chocolate and you're wondering what to do. Learn the amount and type of chocolate toxic to your dog by using a toxicity calculator.

    What to Do if Your Dog Ate Chocolate

    What to Do if Your Dog Ate Chocolate

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli61

  • Prednisone is a drug that is often prescribed to dogs with cancer, but how exactly does prednisone help dogs with cancer? What is this drug's mode of action and what are the risks for side effects?

    Prednisone for Dogs With Cancer

    Prednisone for Dogs With Cancer

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli10

  • If your dog is coughing up foam, you may wondering what exactly is going on with your best friend. This article will tackle some possible causes and explain why it's important to see the vet.

    Why Is My Dog Coughing Up Foam?

    Why Is My Dog Coughing Up Foam?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli31

  • Inspecting your dog's coat and skin is s great way to identify any lumps, bumps or unusual growths. Some dogs develop small black moles on their paws or legs. Always best to have them checked out.

    What Is That Black Mole on My Dog's Leg?

    What Is That Black Mole on My Dog's Leg?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • Wondering what may cause unusual lumps and bumps on a dog's paw pad? Learn possible causes for why your dog has lump on paw pad and why it's so important to see the vet.

    Causes of Lumps on Dog Paw Pads

    Causes of Lumps on Dog Paw Pads

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli30

  • If your dog has been vomiting repeatedly, you'll need to do all you can to prevent dehydration. Things can get tricky though as often too much water may further upset the stomach.

    How to Rehydrate Your Dog After Vomiting

    How to Rehydrate Your Dog After Vomiting

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli5

  • Worried about nose bleeds in dogs? Learn what may cause your dog's nose to bleed and what you can do about it. If your dog's nose is bleeding and doesn't stop or occurs often, see your vet.

    Causes of Nose Bleeds in Dogs

    Causes of Nose Bleeds in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli66

  • What are sebaceous cysts in dogs and what causes them? How are they treated? Learn why it's important to see your vet if you notice any unusual lumps and bumps.

    Understanding Sebaceous Cysts in Dogs

    Understanding Sebaceous Cysts in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli16

  • Dog owners are often told to give hydrogen peroxide to their dogs when they ingest something potentially harmful , but how much is too much? Can you give too much?

    Can You Give a Dog Too Much Hydrogen Peroxide?

    Can You Give a Dog Too Much Hydrogen Peroxide?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli29

  • Bloat—gas trapped in the stomach—is a medical emergency in dogs. Here are the symptoms of bloat, and some ideas for prevention and emergency first aid.

    Bloat in Dogs:  Causes, Symptoms, First Aid

    Bloat in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, First Aid

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • This article addresses common causes of dog vomiting and a guide to help pinpoint the problem. If in doubt, see your vet as vomiting in dogs can be caused by serious problems.

    Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

    Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli5

  • A time may come where you may need to induce vomiting in your dog. If your vet recommends this, do you know what to do and what type of hydrogen peroxide to use? Read on for some tips.

    How To Induce Vomiting in Your Dog

    How To Induce Vomiting in Your Dog

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • If you live in an area where scorpions live, you may wonder about scorpion stings and dogs. Knowledge is power, so it's best to be prepared in case your dog gets stung by a scorpion.

    Dog Scorpion Stings—How Dangerous Are They?

    Dog Scorpion Stings—How Dangerous Are They?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli5

  • Learn effective vet-approved natural remedies to treat your dog's stomach problems at home. Find an easy-to-make bland diet recipe for your pup that you can make with food from your kitchen's pantry!

    Vet-Approved Home Remedies for Upset Stomachs in Dogs

    Vet-Approved Home Remedies for Upset Stomachs in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli357

  • It's the most dreaded appointment a dog owner must eventually endure, and nothing may be more disconcerting than seeing a dog in pain during euthanasia. This article explains dog euthanasia pain.

    Understanding Dog Pain During Euthanasia

    Understanding Dog Pain During Euthanasia

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli41

  • You've heard of "mangy mutts" but did you know your dog can get mange? Caused by a mite it can affect any dog at any time and of course my dog got mange. What to do?

    Mange: My Min Pin Does It Again!

    Mange: My Min Pin Does It Again!

    by Mary Craig40

  • Many Dachshunds have back problems, but there are things you can do to keep your Dachshund healthy. Use the correct leash, use doggy steps and a doggy stroller.

    Dachshund Back Problems

    Dachshund Back Problems

    by Bob Schroeder11

  • Limping when he walks, sleeping more than usual - is your dog sick or is he just slowing down as he gets older? Dr. Alinovi of Healthy PAWsibilities shares tips about caring for senior dogs.

    Senior Dogs: What to Expect as Your Dog Ages

    Senior Dogs: What to Expect as Your Dog Ages

    by Donna Cosmato12

  • Welts in dogs may show up on the dog's face, back, belly, or all over the dog's body. As with humans, welts require immediate veterinary care to address the underlying cause.

    Why Is My Dog's Body Covered in Bumps or Welts?

    Why Is My Dog's Body Covered in Bumps or Welts?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli9

  • Intervertebral disc disease a/k/a herniated disk in a Min Pin? Not only is it very possible but in my case it happened. Now the question is will it heal or will he need surgery? Will trying to keep him quiet and in his crate cure him?

    My Min Pin Has Intervertebral Disc Disease

    My Min Pin Has Intervertebral Disc Disease

    by Mary Craig44

  • Why is your dog's tail suddenly flaccid, limp and held in an odd position? If your dog was recently given a bath, swam in a lake or overexerted himself, he may be suffering from limp limber tail.

    Why Has My Dog's Tail Gone Limp?

    Why Has My Dog's Tail Gone Limp?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli82

  • Unspayed female dogs are prone to pyometra, a serious, potentially fatal disease that requires immediate intervention. If your intact female is sick, please see your vet immediately.

    Pyometra symptoms and treatment in dogs

    Pyometra symptoms and treatment in dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli107

  • Following are some effective home remedies for a dog's diarrhea I have learned after working at an animal hospital for some time. However, I have also learned that while mostly effective, these home remedies may not work for all dogs, and that in...

    Home Remedies for Dog Diarrhea

    Home Remedies for Dog Diarrhea

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli7

  • It may happen on walks that you hear your dog dragging his back paws against the asphalt, why is that happening? Possible explanations to dog back foot dragging.

    Causes of Dog Back Toe Dragging

    Causes of Dog Back Toe Dragging

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • If upon petting your dog you feel air bubbles under the skin, it's time to see the vet. A skin condition is known for causing a popping feeling under a dog's skin and the causes may be serious.

    Why Does My Dog Have Air Bubbles Under the Skin?

    Why Does My Dog Have Air Bubbles Under the Skin?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli0

  • As dogs age, their dental health may decline which means old dogs are often in need of a dental cleaning, but is there such a thing as a dog being too old for getting his teeth cleaned?

    Is My Dog Too Old for a Dental Cleaning?

    Is My Dog Too Old for a Dental Cleaning?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli21

  • How can a dog suffer from a perforated ear drum? How does it happen and what are the symptoms? Learn how this condition is treated and the prognosis.

    Signs of a Perforated Eardrum in Dogs

    Signs of a Perforated Eardrum in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • All types of grapes and raisins are poisonous to dogs and are a common cause of kidney failure and even death. Learn the signs of grape toxicity in dogs and what to do if your dog has eaten grapes.

    My Dog Ate Grapes, What Should I Do?

    My Dog Ate Grapes, What Should I Do?

    by eirevet2

  • If you're preparing a first aid kit for your dog, you want to make sure a bottle of betadine solution is included. Betadine for dog wounds has many qualities that make it superior to other disinfectants.

    Using Betadine for Dog Wounds

    Using Betadine for Dog Wounds

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • Dogs can get pinched nerves in the neck area which can be painful. The signs of a pinched nerve in the neck in dogs may not be obvious other than pain, but it's important to see the vet right away.

    Symptoms of a Pinched Nerve in a Dog's Neck

    Symptoms of a Pinched Nerve in a Dog's Neck

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli33

  • Among the variety of neoplasias found in dogs, soft-tissue sarcomas are quite common. Learn more about this type of cancer and how it affects dogs.

    Canine Soft-Tissue Sarcomas in Dogs

    Canine Soft-Tissue Sarcomas in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • Dogs get lumps very often. Many owners may suddenly find a lump after their dog's daily grooming session or when checking for ticks. One of the most common lumps found in dogs are lipomas. These are fatty deposits that collect under the skin. They...

    Alternative Treatments for Fatty Tumors in Dogs

    Alternative Treatments for Fatty Tumors in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli12

  • Recognizing the signs of an Addisonian crisis is important so that you can take prompt action and take your dog to the vet immediately. Left untreated, an Addisonian crisis in dogs can turn fatal.

    Signs of an Addisonian Crisis in Dogs

    Signs of an Addisonian Crisis in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli3

  • Is Rimadyl safe for dogs? This drug remains a subject of controversy with many dogs thriving from its use and some dogs even dying.

    Is Rimadyl Safe for Dogs?

    Is Rimadyl Safe for Dogs?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli14

  • Why do dogs scratch all of the time? Scratching is the number one reason why people take their dogs to the vet. This article will explain the main causes of itchy skin in dogs and what can be done.

    6 Common Reasons My Dog Scratches All of the Time

    6 Common Reasons My Dog Scratches All of the Time

    by Dr Mark26

  • How can slippery elm bark help for your dog's stomach upset? This natural dog diarrhea remedy has been featured in a study and shown to be effective. Learn more about this natural remedy for dogs.

    Slippery Elm Bark for Dog Diarrhea and Upset Stomach

    Slippery Elm Bark for Dog Diarrhea and Upset Stomach

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • Prednisone is a drug that dog owners must pay close attention to to avoid side Effects of abruptly stopping prednisone in dogs . Learn why it's important to wean dogs off prednisone gradually.

    The Importance of Gradually Weaning Dogs off Prednisone

    The Importance of Gradually Weaning Dogs off Prednisone

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli11

  • When Contessa Della Notte, aka Tess, was 10 months old, she was diagnosed with a liver shunt. The Diet of Tess has little to no protein but has all of the vitamins, minerals, grains she needs to live.

    Tess and Her Homemade Liver Shunt Diet

    Tess and Her Homemade Liver Shunt Diet

    by Susan McLeish114

  • Not many canine ailments cause as much distress and frustration as ear infections. At the animal hospital I worked at, we had owners literally implore front desk receptionists for a same day appointment just to give relief to their suffering dogs....

    Common Dog Ear Problems

    Common Dog Ear Problems

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli55

  • Lear what may causes an uncoordinated gait, side to side eye movements and head tilt in dogs. Vestibular disease is often confused for a stroke.

    Symptoms of Vestibular Disease in Dogs

    Symptoms of Vestibular Disease in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli201

  • As your pet nears the end of their life, you may be wondering if you should opt for euthanasia or natural death. There are pros and cons to each, so this article will go over both options.

    Pet Euthanasia vs. Natural Death

    Pet Euthanasia vs. Natural Death

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli32

  • What causes unusual growths in the dogs dog's mouth? There are several causes for growths, lumps and masses in the dog's mouth and all of them should be investigated by your vet.

    Causes of Lumps and Masses in the Mouth in Dogs

    Causes of Lumps and Masses in the Mouth in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli32

  • Has your dog developed unusual skin growths? While these growths, called "skin tags" are not dangerous, they can be bothersome to your dog. Here is how to remove and prevent them.

    How to Remove and Prevent Skin Tags on Dogs

    How to Remove and Prevent Skin Tags on Dogs

    by Cool Rare Animals16

  • If you suspect your dog is suffering from vision loss, there are several easy ways to test your dog's vision at home. These tests are not a replacement for veterinary help, so please see your vet.

    How to Test Your Dog's Vision at Home

    How to Test Your Dog's Vision at Home

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Using probiotics for dog diarrhea can help restore healthy bacteria in the gut. Learn more about probiotics and how they can help cases of canine colitis and much more.

    Using Probiotics for Dog Diarrhea

    Using Probiotics for Dog Diarrhea

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Several signs indicate an upset stomach in dogs, but some signs are not easily recognized by dog owners since dogs cannot vocalize their complaints. It is up to us dog owners to learn how to recognize these signs.

    15 Signs of an Upset Stomach in Dogs

    15 Signs of an Upset Stomach in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • Is your dog vomiting yellow bile? There may be different causes. Let's take a look at what bile really is and what can cause a dog to vomit this bright yellow liquid.

    Causes of a Dog Vomiting Bile

    Causes of a Dog Vomiting Bile

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli7

  • If your dog's front leg appears to be paralyzed don't delay medical treatment hoping it goes away on its own. It's important to take steps to avoid further damage and avoid things from getting worse.

    Causes of Front Leg Paralysis in Dogs

    Causes of Front Leg Paralysis in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • A dog's bite is something that breeders put lots of focus on as it has a great impact in the show ring. But a good bite is more than just looks, an incorrect bite may have a impact on many levels.

    Dog Bite Conformation: Occlusions and Malocclusions

    Dog Bite Conformation: Occlusions and Malocclusions

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli3

  • A dog may display symptoms of arthritis at any age. This article lists a few of the symptoms you need to watch for and discusses conventional and alternative therapies.

    Dog Arthritis Symptoms and Home Pain Remedies

    Dog Arthritis Symptoms and Home Pain Remedies

    by Dr Mark11

  • If your dog isn't peeing after surgery, there may be different reasons. It's important to figure out exactly what is happening, and your vet is the best person to help your dog out.

    Why Is My Dog Not Peeing After Surgery?

    Why Is My Dog Not Peeing After Surgery?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli6

  • Studies reveal a new and proven inexpensive treatment for hemangiosarcoma in dogs, a type of cancer that does not typically respond well to chemotherapy. This potent therapeutic treatment does not require a prescription and can be administered at home.

    Dog Hemangiosarcoma: Proven New Treatments That Prolong Life

    Dog Hemangiosarcoma: Proven New Treatments That Prolong Life

    by Solaras65

  • Your dog just had surgery. Maybe he/she was neutered or spayed and sent home with stitches or staples. You may be wondering how to care for the stitches or how long they take to heal. Learn how to properly care for your dog's incision and decrease any chances of infection.

    How to Care for and Keep Dog Stitches Clean After Surgery

    How to Care for and Keep Dog Stitches Clean After Surgery

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli34

  • The symptoms of parvovirus in dogs. Recognizing the symptoms of parvovirus in dogs may be the difference in your pet surviving the virus.

    Symptoms of Parvovirus in Dogs

    Symptoms of Parvovirus in Dogs

    by Cynthia Hoover5

  • The hind leg is the most common site of lameness in the dog. This article discusses why your dog might have a sore hindlimb, how to identify the problem, and what treatment is needed.

    Hindlimb Lameness in Dogs

    Hindlimb Lameness in Dogs

    by eirevet7

  • German Shepherds are susceptible to a variety of health issues — some are related to breeding practices. Learn about some of their common stomach issues.

    5 Common German Shepherd Stomach Problems

    5 Common German Shepherd Stomach Problems

    by Sam Shepards18

  • Learn what to expect after your dog has an amputation. Your dog can lead a normal life after amputation, but she may need some help at first. This article contains tips and tricks to make the transition easier for your dog and you.

    What to Expect After Your Dog Has a Front Leg Amputated

    What to Expect After Your Dog Has a Front Leg Amputated

    by Kiri Francy54

  • Parvo is a deadly virus that stays active at home and in the yard for quite some time. Learn how to kill the virus and why you should wait before opening your home to a new dog.

    How to Kill Parvovirus From Your Dog's Environment

    How to Kill Parvovirus From Your Dog's Environment

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli190

  • What complications and problems might you expect after a mother dog gives birth? What behaviors are normal? Learn some of the most common conditions requiring immediate veterinary attention.

    Complications After Dogs Give Birth

    Complications After Dogs Give Birth

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli129

  • To take care of lip fold dermatitis in dogs you'll first need to understand what causes it. Once you determine the underlying cause, you'll be better equipped to treat it using appropriate remedies.

    Dog Lip Fold Dermatitis

    Dog Lip Fold Dermatitis

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • What should you do if your dog ate d-Con mouse poison or Tomcat rat bait? Take her to the vet immediately! Learn how rat poison affects your dog and what the vet will do to help your dog survive.

    What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Rat Poison?

    What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Rat Poison?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli37

  • Learn about how to treat recurrent and annoying dog ear infections using over-the-counter Zymox. It is a good treatment for dog owners looking for an alternative to antibiotics.

    Zymox for Dogs With Ear Infections

    Zymox for Dogs With Ear Infections

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli7

  • Steroid medications are used to treat a wide range of health problems in pets. However, these drugs often cause side effects such as increased thirst and appetite which owners should be aware of.

    Side Effects of Steroids in Pets

    Side Effects of Steroids in Pets

    by eirevet2

  • Wondering if there is a natural remedy for your dog's upset stomach? Then you don't want to miss this article! Very simple and effective ways to help you manage a dog's sick tummy holistically.

    How to Treat Your Dog's Upset Stomach Naturally

    How to Treat Your Dog's Upset Stomach Naturally

    by India Arnold42

  • Sensitive stomach diet for dogs - Alexadry all rights reserved If your canine companion is suffering from a sensitive stomach and indigestion, things can easily get frustrating. While your dog does not have a history of visiting the popular Mexican...

    Homemade Recipes for Dogs With Sensitive Stomachs

    Homemade Recipes for Dogs With Sensitive Stomachs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli4

  • Does your dog have a skin tag that needs to be removed? Read about our experience to learn more about this process.

    Removing a Skin Tag From a Dog

    Removing a Skin Tag From a Dog

    by Skye118

  • If your dog has an englarged abdomen, especially if it is painful, these are some of the possible causes and symptoms, but you need to get help now!

    Why Does My Dog Have a Swollen Belly?

    Why Does My Dog Have a Swollen Belly?

    by Dr Mark23

  • The causes of abdominal enlargement in dogs can be various. In order to better understand potential causes, it helps to first take a closer look at a dog's anatomy and review the organs of the abdomen.

    15 Potential Causes of Abdominal Enlargement in Dogs

    15 Potential Causes of Abdominal Enlargement in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Did the vet say your dog needs fine needle aspiration? If so, you may be wondering how this procedure works and how much it costs.

    About Dog Fine Needle Aspiration

    About Dog Fine Needle Aspiration

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli3

  • Why is my dog urinating blood? Learn what conditions may cause blood in your dog's urine, and why you should take your dog to see the vet.

    Causes of Blood in Dog Urine

    Causes of Blood in Dog Urine

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli193

  • When should a dog be put to sleep? Warning signs a dog is dying and comforting thoughts about dog euthanasia. Post your questions or share your experience.

    When to put a dog to sleep

    When to put a dog to sleep

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli302

  • My puppy is breathing fast when sleeping. Should I worry? This is often asked by puppy owners. Although a puppy breathing fast may be concerning, in many cases, it's normal, but best to see the vet.

    Why Is My Puppy Breathing so Fast?

    Why Is My Puppy Breathing so Fast?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Finding a bit of mucus in your dog's stool is common and benign, but an excessive amount is troubling, especially if there is blood. Learn what causes mucus in dog poop and what you can do about it.

    15 Causes of Mucus in Dog's Stool

    15 Causes of Mucus in Dog's Stool

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli17

  • Why is your dog still scratching despite using flea products? Learn the possibilities and how to eradicate fleas once and for all from your home.

    Why Is Dog Flea Treatment Not Working?

    Why Is Dog Flea Treatment Not Working?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli12

  • Dogs tend to grow lumps and bumps in many places on their bodies, so it's not that surprising when a dog grows a mole on its eyelid. What are these growths? Veterinarians have some answers.

    What's That Mole on My Dog's Eyelid?

    What's That Mole on My Dog's Eyelid?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Sometimes, little things like pin-point bleeding under the skin may look like something minor, when it may be not. Petechiae in dogs can signal serious medical conditions where every second counts.

    Causes of Petechiae in Dogs

    Causes of Petechiae in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli1

  • Seeing blood in your dog's stool can be scary. If your dog is pooping blood, it's important to learn how to recognize the difference between fresh blood and digested blood in your dog's stool.

    Causes of Blood in Dog Stool

    Causes of Blood in Dog Stool

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli544

  • Hostas, poinsettias, lilies are just a few plants that are poisonous to dogs. Here is a list of the most common plants and flowers that could harm your pet and what to do if your dog is poisoned.

    Dangerous Plants to My Dogs

    Dangerous Plants to My Dogs

    by Angela Michelle Schultz24

  • If money is tight, you may be looking for ways to save money on pet care costs, and you might even ask, "Can I give my dog shots or should I take him to the vet?" Here's a cost comparison and a discussion of the pros and cons so you can make an informed decision.

    Can I Give My Dog Shots at Home or Should I Take Him to the Vet?

    Can I Give My Dog Shots at Home or Should I Take Him to the Vet?

    by Donna Cosmato14

  • Looking for a dog wart home remedy? Many dog owners have been having success with thuja for dogs warts. Of course, always consult with a vet before trying home remedies or natural remedies.

    Dog Wart Removal Using Thuja

    Dog Wart Removal Using Thuja

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli16

  • Learn about the most common and some not-so common causes of limping in dogs.Find out how to palpate the injured leg and when to see the vet.

    Causes of Limping in Dogs

    Causes of Limping in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli285

  • At times, a foreign body may cause an esophagus obstruction in dogs which may lead to significant problems if not treated in a timely manner. This article discusses signs of problems and treatment.

    Symptoms of Dog Esophagus Blockage

    Symptoms of Dog Esophagus Blockage

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli13

  • Can your dog's sebaceous cyst be treated naturally with home remedies? Learn when it's best to try home remedies and why surgery is often the best option.

    Dog Sebaceous Cysts Home Remedies

    Dog Sebaceous Cysts Home Remedies

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli28

  • Learn more about the signs of osteosarcoma, bone cancer in dogs affecting the legs. Please see your vet if you notice any limping and or suspicious swellings in your dog's legs.

    Signs of Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer) in Dogs

    Signs of Osteosarcoma (Bone Cancer) in Dogs

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli28

  • Dark urine can be caused by blood or blood byproducts in the urine; if you do not take care of this problem immediately your dog might die. Some other causes are less serious, so find out now.

    Why Is My Dog´s Urine so Dark?

    Why Is My Dog´s Urine so Dark?

    by Dr Mark8

  • Sometimes vomiting is simple to treat and easy to figure out. Not always. Find out what can be wrong and what you need to do if your dog is vomiting.

    4 Things to Do If Your Dog Is Vomiting

    4 Things to Do If Your Dog Is Vomiting

    by Dr Mark83

  • Many small dogs have seizures, which are neurological disorders; but syncope (sin-co-pay) is a heart-related symptom that looks like a seizure to the untrained eye. Knowing the difference can save ...

    Dog Seizure or Syncope?

    Dog Seizure or Syncope?

    by Miriam Parker0

  • Medically known as bordetella or infectious tracheobronchitis, kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory infection that is common in dogs that are gathered together.

    Kennel Cough:  Causes, Symptoms and Home Remedies

    Kennel Cough: Causes, Symptoms and Home Remedies

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli51

  • Ear infections in dogs are so common that about 16% of dogs that go into the vet are dealing with this problem. Many get better with treatment but come right back. What can you do to stop this?

    Why Does My Dog's Ear Infection Keep Coming Back?

    Why Does My Dog's Ear Infection Keep Coming Back?

    by Dr Mark25

  • Many dogs find rabbit poop an irresistible temptation. Why? What happens if your dog eats rabbit poop? What diseases can they get?

    My Dog Ate Rabbit Poop. Now What?

    My Dog Ate Rabbit Poop. Now What?

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli76

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