Arthritis Meds For Dogs

Unfortunately, arthritis is very common in dogs. Approximately 1 out of every 5 dogs suffers from Osteoarthritis (OA), which is a type of degenerative joint disease, at some point in their life.  This leaves a significant amount of pet owners asking “What can I give my dog for arthritis?”  There are generally two types of assistance for dogs with arthritis …

ACL Injuries in Dogs – Everything You Need to Know!

As dog owners, we all love and care for our pets and hate to see them in pain as we would our own family. One common injury dog’s face is to their anterior cruciate ligament, better known as the ACL. If you have noticed your furry friend unable to bear weight on a certain leg or has swelling on the …

Previcox For Dogs

There’s nothing worse than seeing your beloved pet unable to move around with ease and enjoy life to the fullest. Limited mobility becomes limited activity, which subsequently turns into a lesser fulfillment of life. Arthritis for pets can hinder just about every aspect of an animal’s life, and treatment for those aches and pains needs to be addressed in the …

Tramadol For Dogs

If a dog truly is man’s best friend, no person wants to see their pal in pain. And just like there are various medications for people, there is no shortage of pharmaceutical products for canines, either. One of these pharmaceutical products is Tramadol, and it is typically prescribed for dogs for Chronic pain. Tramadol requires a veterinarian prescription, and is …

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The Most Interesting Dog In The World

Quotes He trained his trainer! He teaches old dogs new tricks He does not need shots for doggy day care He has never been neutered Once a rattlesnake bit him, after 5 days of excruciating pain, the snake finally died He taught Cesar Milan how to whisper The dog circus ran away to join him When a tree falls in …

Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

An improperly formed hip bone is a result of a condition known as Hip Dysplasia. The ball and socket joint of the hip do not properly meet each other which in other terms is malformed, which results in causing painful wear and tear as the joint rubs and grinds instead of sliding smoothly. Sadly, hip dysplasia is the most common …

Facing Your Dog’s Cancer Diagnosis

The last thing you want to hear is that your dog has cancer. It’s a diagnosis all pet owners dread. It’s one of hopelessness, of sadness, and defeat. You may assume your dog will die tomorrow, but that’s not always the case. As in people, each diagnosis is different and not all of them are death sentences. However, you’ll still …

6 Tips On Feeding Senior Dogs

As your dog ages, you’ll notice not only behavioral changes, but, metabolic, immunological, and body composition ones as well. Some of these are unavoidable and some can be adapted to. One thing that can and should change as your dog grows older is his diet. How will your dog’s eating habits change? What should you feed him? As with people, …

4 Myths About Surgery For Your Dog

As your dog ages, he may experience an injury, or other conditions like cancer, lumps, or warts that could require surgery. According to Animal Wellness Magazine, most dogs will need one or more surgical procedures during their lifetime. These operations may bring anxiety and stress for a pet parent like you, however there are many myths associated with them. To …

4 Ways To Get Your Dog To Take Their Medicine

We all know that dogs are attracted to the smell and taste of many things, “pill-flavored” food is not one of them. Having to give medicine to your dog can go one of two ways: the easy route or the complicated route. Some dogs will voluntarily swallow a pill or won’t even notice it amongst their food, while other dogs …