• Role Of Veterinarians In Preventing And Treating Dog Diseases

    The Role of Veterinarians in Preventing and Treating Dog Diseases

    The role of veterinarians in a community goes far beyond treating canine diseases; it includes providing essential dog care to promote healthy canine breeds. In this article, we will discuss the importance of veterinary care in more detail.

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  • Why Essential Oils Spell Trouble For Your Dog

    Why Essential Oils Spell Trouble for Your Dog

    While essential oils are a staple in many households for their therapeutic benefits, the truth is they may pose serious risks to our beloved canine companions. Let's explore the lesser-known dangers lurking in those aromatic bottles and learn how they can impact your dog's health and well-being!

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  • Identifying Stressors

    Identifying Stressors and Situational Factors in Aggressive Dog Behavior

    Responsible dog owners take a proactive approach to training and socializing their dogs when they are puppies. This helps puppies be more adaptable to multiple different situations and people they may encounter as they grow. Yet, if you get a dog later in its life who may not have been properly socialized, learning to recognize the triggers of possible aggression and addressing them right away is key to helping a dog best and giving them a better quality of life.

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  • Dog Dental Issues

    Dog Dental Issues

    As dog owners, we naturally want our furry best friends to be happy and healthy, but one area that can easily be neglected is their dental health. Like humans, dogs can suffer from various dental issues, leading to serious health problems if left untreated. These issues are often easily avoided, so it’s important to learn how to protect our pets’ pearly whites from a young age. This article explores three common dental issues you should know about in dogs.

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  • Training A Reactive Dog

    Training a Reactive Dog

    There are some behaviors that dogs are well known for. They like to sniff, they like to run and play, and overall, they like to bark. All are normal behaviors for a dog while in context, but could these normal, natural behaviors become a problem? What if, say, a dog is barking more than normal? What if they seem to bark at, unexaggeratedly, everything or in persistent and over-the-top ways? What if they do more than just bark when faced with certain objects, people, situations, or other dogs? A larger issue could be at play here, meaning that a dog is reactive.

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