Tag: vet

March 2, 2018
Cataract Surgery for Dogs

Recently at the dog park, the topic of dog blindness due to cataracts came up. Dog parents and walkers at the park were surprised that cataract surgery was an option for dogs as it is for humans. I think it's fantastic that there is an option of cataract surgery for dogs, but it is appears […]

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February 9, 2018
Dog First Aid - Helpful Items to Keep at Home

It's important to have a first aid kit for your dog. You never know when you'll need it and be glad to have it when your best friend has an accident. Here's our recommended list of Dog First Aid kit items: Keep a list of your veterinarian's contact information, as well as, a 24hr ER […]

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February 9, 2017
Learn Dog CPR In Case of Emergency

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January 20, 2017
Pet Insurance - we definitely recommend it

Pet Insurance - do you get it or not? We contemplated this for quite a while. We came across quite a few dogs that needed to have surgery (variety of reasons) and it made me think we should really pull the trigger. At a minimum, we figured we could get a policy that covered emergencies. […]

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October 31, 2016
Canine Flu - Be Aware and Protect Your Dog

Recently, there's been a "bug" circulating around the neighborhood dogs and it was believed to be kennel cough (i.e. bordetella). However, with the number of dogs it affected in such a short amount of time, tests were made and the "bug" is kennel cough caused by canine flu (aka canine influenza), which is highly infectious. […]

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August 8, 2015
Dog Teeth Cleaning - Our Dog's First Experience

Our dog, Kobi, is a 6 year old Havanese and while we have been fairly good about brushing his teeth, we recently noticed they were getting a bit too dirty. At Kobi's annual pet exam the veterinarian recommended we consider getting his teeth cleaned. Then about a week later, we found a chip of his […]

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April 12, 2021
Best Shampoos for Dog Shedding

Do you have a dog that keeps on shedding their fur all-around your home? Are you tired of having to clean up their messes? Well, I hate to break it to you but dog shedding is unavoidable. It’s part of the package deal when you signed up to be a pet parent. Luckily, that does not mean that there aren’t things that you can do to help minimize this excessive shedding.

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April 11, 2021
How to Use a Snuffle Mat for Dogs?

Snuffle mats are essentially custom mats with loose pieces of fabric that hide treats inside them. They are often used by pet parents who are looking to teach their dogs how to eat their food slowly but also to exercise their general sense of smell and mental acuity.

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April 10, 2021
What Is The Best Dog Ramp?

The AlphaPaw PawRamp happens to be the #1 veterinary-approved choice and is specially designed to be a simple, soft yet sturdy dog ramp that also provides sufficient grip for your pooch to climb up and down from. It also happens to offer a height adjustment from 12 inches to 24 inches, thus providing a wide range of areas to use both indoors or even outdoors!

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April 8, 2021
Tips To Control Dog Shedding

If you have had a dog for longer than a couple of months, chances are dog hair has started to become a problem in your home, am I right? But, while it is a healthy thing to see your furry friend get rid of damaged hair by dog shedding, that still doesn’t change the fact that some pet parents may not be so calm about the whole situation.

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April 7, 2021
Which is Better - Dog Ramp or Stairs?

Generally speaking, either one will suffice for use in daily activities. So, it’s really quite difficult to make a straight decision to be fair. This is also why the question isn’t so much about which one is better, but rather which one is more suitable for your needs?

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