• Dog Health

  • Atopic Dermatitis Treatment in Dogs

    Atopic dermatitis is a chronic condition with a complex pathogenesis and clinical picture, whose treatment often requires the lifelong adoption of several therapeutic strategies.

    • Tips for Finding the Best Dog Treadmill

      When it comes to helping your dog (and you) live longer experts agree exercise tops the list. And let’s face it; we all want our dogs to live longer. Finding activities to condition and exercise your dog indoors – when it is too hot, too cold, too rainy, or you are too busy – is a challenge many dog owners face.

    • Can Dogs be given Tylenol or Aspirin for Pain

      As concerns aspirin, this drug was commonly used in the past to treat a variety of painful and inflammatory conditions in dogs (especially osteoarthritis). However in recent years its use has declined due to the introduction of safer and more effective products.

    • Hip Dysplasia and Dogs

      Several factors have also been found to increase the incidence of hip dysplasia in growing dogs. In large breed dogs, rapid growth has been found to increase the chances of developing hip dysplasia, and studies have shown that providing a diet to slow the growth rate of these dogs can help to lower developing joint problems.

    • Arthritis in Dogs

      It has been estimated that one in five dogs over the age of seven is affected by arthritis. Arthritis is a general term for abnormal joint changes or growth, and can be caused by immune disorders, infections, congenital malformations, or from stress and trauma.

    • Anal Scent Glands

      Infection is the most common cause of anal scent gland dysfunction. Something as simple as an itchy butt can lead to the dog dragging his bottom across a rough surface, which can of course pierce the skin.

    • Dog Diarrhea

      Diarrhea comes from a digestive problem, usually in the lower intestines. Something, somehow, and in some various fashion, turns the solid stool into a watery urgent expulsion.

    • Coccidia

      Coccidiosis is spread from one dog to another by contact with infected feces or through infected soil or bodily fluids. In healthy, adult dogs, an infection may be present but in many cases these dogs may never show symptoms of the disease due to a strong immune system.

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