Pets And Poison: Your Guide To First Response If Your Dog Eats Mouse Poison

28 November 2016
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Unfortunately, one of the most common cases of household pet poisoning is when your dog eats rat or mouse poison. If you discover your pet has ingested a rodenticide, emergency vet care is essential to saving your pet's life. The following guide will help you to know what to do if you discover your dog has become accidentally poisoned.  Know the symptoms. The symptoms of poisoning depend largely on the type of poison ingested, but there are some symptoms that are common to them all, including: Read More 

3 People Foods You Should Never Give Your Dog

16 September 2016
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Most people know that chocolate can make their dog very sick, and would never intentionally feed it to them. But how about other foods that you eat or have in your house? Dogs are notorious beggars – they love people food. And it's easy for a loving dog owner to give in and share a little of their snack with their furry friend. However, chocolate isn't the only human food that's dangerous for dogs. Read More 

3 Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Diabetes in Dogs

25 January 2016
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Many dog owners are surprised to learn that their pets can develop diabetes at any point throughout their lifetime, and just like in humans, diabetes is a condition that can cause severe complications if left unmanaged. Therefore, if your dog has been diagnosed with diabetes, it's important to understand the implications of this and what you need to do to ensure its well-being. To help you with this, below are three commonly asked questions regarding diabetes in dogs: Read More 

5 Hidden Tooth Problems That Should Be Examined On Dachshunds

13 October 2015
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Dachshund owners are keenly aware that extra attention should be given to their long backs, but that is not the only health problem owners should be aware of. A dachshund's bark may be louder than it's bite, but the proper dental care of a dachshund is crucial for it's health. By scheduling a professional pet teeth cleaning, you can uncover five hidden dachshund problems that are not seen on the surface level. Read More 

4 Reasons Your Chickens Need A Water-Tight Coop Roof

20 July 2015
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You want the best living conditions for your chickens, including healthy chicken feed, fresh water, and a nice place to sleep and nest. When the roof of your chicken coop is not built the right way, and it leaks when it rains or when snow and ice melts, you need to get it fixed as soon as possible. Here are four reasons you should fix your leaky chicken coop roof. Read More