They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but that is not entirely true. Animals, just like human beings, can grasp new concepts up until the day they die. Living with behavioral problems or the frustrations thereof can have damaging consequenc
Potentially deadly cases of Leptospirosis include symptoms such as fever, vomiting, lethargy, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and yellowing of the skin or eyes. Pet owners are urged to use caution when visiting dog parks or using public water bowls.
Chemotherapy and/or radiation may be used to treat the cancer, although cats are more likely to receive these treatments. As is the case with humans, the sooner you treat the disease, the better the prognosis is.
As adorable as it is, avoid letting your dog stick his head out the window. In a sudden stop or crash, your buddy could get really hurt. Also, flying dirt and debris is likely to irritate your buddy’s eyes, ears and nose while you’re moving.
4. Lots of Water: Provide your dog with plenty of unrestricted access to fresh water, and encourage him/her to drink as much as possible. Feeding your pup wet doggy food in the summer also increases water intake.
This happens every year. Plan ahead and see if you can ease your pet’s reactions by conditioning him to sounds. Expose him to recordings of traffic sounds, thunder, fireworks, etc. Use a low volume at first, and gradually expose him to louder, but no
Do something together! Go for a walk. Go for a drive. Go to a friend’s house that has a canine friend for your dog. Go grocery shopping. Go to dinner at a dog-friendly outdoor café! Any chance of pace and scenery is good for your dog’s morale.