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Watch Out for Cataracts in Dogs

Watch Out for Cataracts in Dogs

Any opaqueness in the lens of the eye is called a cataract — a small spot that doesn’t initially or significantly affect a dog’s vision. However, most cataracts will progress, cover the entire lens, and ultimately cause blindness. Since the lens is located...
SOS: Keeping Dogs Safe in Disasters

SOS: Keeping Dogs Safe in Disasters

As unpleasant as the prospect may seem, planning for emergencies may mean the difference between life and death for the canine member(s) of your human family. Simply put: if a situation is dire for you, it’s equally dire for your dog. Read on to learn how to navigate...
Dog Shedding and What to Do About It

Dog Shedding and What to Do About It

Does Your Dog Shed Everywhere? Much like humans, dogs routinely shed their hair as part of their bodies’ “renewal” process.If, however, your dog is suddenly and inexplicably shedding so much hair that his coat is thin, there may be a medical reason for it. Not only...
Arthritis in Senior Dogs

Arthritis in Senior Dogs

Arthritis is one of the most common ailments seen in middle-aged to senior dogs. However, even younger dogs can suffer from arthritic changes to their joints that are as painful as they are debilitating. Unfortunately, most dog owners and veterinarians often miss the...

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