Canine Cough: What Dog Owners Should Know

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One of the things that new dog owners don’t always recognize is that dogs are prone to respiratory problems, including coughing. Hearing your dog cough for the first time can be startling, and it may make you worry that your dog is sick or something is wrong. Understanding what can cause your pup to cough is important for easing that anxiety when it does happen. Here are a few common reasons why your dog might be coughing.…

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A Quick Guide to the Use of Anesthesia as it Relates to Your Dog's Professional Dental Cleaning

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If your dog frequently has bad breath or seems to have trouble chewing, it’s time to speak with your veterinarian about a dental cleaning. Although it’s recommended for many dogs to have their teeth professionally cleaned once a year, 2 out of every 3 dogs don’t get the dental work they deserve. Sadly, that leads to many dogs having some degree of gum disease by the age of three. Therefore, it’s a good idea for every responsible dog owner to be familiar with the following information about professional dental cleanings for canines.…

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Does Your Pet Need a Trip to the Vet? 3 Problems with Your Pet That You Shouldn't Ignore

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It can be easy to get caught up with the day-to-day chores, work, and caring for any children that you fail to notice your pet suffering from a medical problem. To ensure that this does not happen and that you get your pet to the best veterinary clinic, you will want to keep an eye out for the following problems Swollen Stomach Your pet’s stomach can look larger than normal after quickly eating or drinking a lot, but it usually returns to its normal size in a short amount of time.…

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