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Keeping Your Pooch Healthy
Warts do not causes much harm and usually disappear in a couple of weeks. If they change color and grow in size, it calls for attention. The tumor may be malignant. It will require proper treatment or maybe a surgical removal. So, be alert and keep your pooh healthy and happy!
Household Hazards to Pets
Having a pet around the house requires one to act with greater care. Electric cords, delicious treats off the table, soap bars, medications, yard tools and many more items fail to go unnoticed to pets.
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Heartworm is a disease with potentially fatal consequences for your dog. A particularly dangerous aspect of this disease is that visible symptoms are not manifested during the initial stage.
Some pet owners detest the routine task of having to vaccinate their pets. They fail to see the hidden benefits of doing so. Vaccinating fortifies and strengthens your dog's body against potentially dangerous diseases and health conditions they may suffer.
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Understanding Skin Problems in Dogs…
When you see your dog scratching restlessly or licking his or her body repeatedly you're off to give him a sound spanking and correct his bad habit. Little did you know that your poor pooch is doing it out of compulsion and silently suffering from a skin infection! In most cases, unawareness about dog skin problems results in worsening of the skin condition. Therefore, we have compiled a list of skin problems that dogs have to grapple with. It will help to address and treat these skin conditions effectively.
This is a common concern for pet owners whenever some health issue arises. However,
you needn't worry. It is likely that your dog has developed warts. Here's an overview
of dog warts -
Diarrhea in dogs may develop as mere reaction to food or a diet change and may resolve on its own. However, there are cases wherein frequent and recurring loose motions may be a signal of a serious life threatening health condition.