4 Things You Need to Know About the Canine Flu Epidemic

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The canine flu makes periodic appearances in various parts of the country from time to time. This viral infection is similar to strains that affect the human population – it’s infectious and has the capability to evolve into new strains. In fact, canine influenza is believed to have originated from flu strains specific to horses. Although dog flu normally isn’t fatal to otherwise healthy and strong animals, it can sometimes be fatal in young puppies, older dogs, and those with compromised immune systems due to disease or being in the process of recovery from an injury.…

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3 Reasons To Talk To Your Vet About Acupuncture If You Have An Aging Dog

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Your four-legged pal has had a long and healthy life, but now its glory days are long gone and poor Fido is definitely slowing down. Having a senior dog will show you the canine aging process in ways you probably will not want to see, such as aching joints and problems with mobility. However, just as an aging human, there are treatments that can make your pooch a little more comfortable in spite of its age, and this does not have to involve medication or serious procedures.…

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Dog Urine Killing Your Grass? Here's What You Need To Know

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If you’ve noticed yellow spots in your yard where you dog has peed, you may be concerned about why it happens and if your dog is ill. Fortunately, yellow grass signifies that your dog’s urine has excessive nitrogen, which is a sign that his kidneys are functioning problem. However, there are several things you can do reduce or prevent yellow spots from occurring in your yard. Here’s what you need to know.…

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