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What Happens If My Dog Eats Grapes?

What Happens If My Dog Eats Grapes?

Dogs can strike quickly when a chance for a free snack arises, and it can often lead to an upset stomach and even the need for medical intervention. Most owners are aware of the troubles brought about by the consumption of chocolate, but not as many know about grape and raisin toxicity.

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Does Your Dog Continually Eat Grass?

Are you starting to think your dog is part cow? Is he or she continually chewing up grass? If so, you may worry that something is wrong or that this behavior is unhealthy. In this article, we'll take a look at this common issue and help you discover just why your pet is so, seemingly, obsessed with keeping the lawn well trimmed!

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Understanding the Risks of Heat Stroke

The weather is starting to heat up dramatically and cases of heat exhaustion are on the rise. Prevention is key, but understanding the warning signs is also extremely important because it can happen even with an abundance of caution. If you suspect your dog has heatstroke slowly cool their body down and call your vet immediately.

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Commonly Misunderstood Facts about Service Dogs

There are so many misconceptions about service dogs and unfortunately a majority of the public remains uneducated on the ADA rules protecting these individuals and their service animals.

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Why Do Dogs Chew and Lick Their Paws?

Why Do Dogs Chew and Lick Their Paws?

Paw itching and chewing is more common than you think. Yet, the causes can truly vary from allergies, anxiety, or an underlying issue. It is important to monitor how regularly this occurs and then slowly work with your vet to diagnose the cause.

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Keeping Your Dog from Catching a Cold

Keeping Your Dog from Catching a Cold

Nursing a sick pooch can take a toll on your physical, mental, and psychological health. Among the common illnesses that can affect your dog’s vitality is colds. Caused by viruses, colds can easily be spread in seconds.

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Snow Dog Boots -- Keeping Paws Warm

As the song says – “oh, the weather outside is frightful!” Some dogs are bred for cold weather and snow, but some just don’t have the coat or paws for cold weather, let alone the white fluffy freezing-toe stuff.

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Are Dog Boots Really Necessary During Winter?

Dog owners may have wondered whether their dog needs boots to protect their paws from the cold and ice. It will depend on the individual dog’s cold tolerance as well as the breed and how long the dog will be outside.

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The Evolution of Dog Shoes

Online research reveals the earliest mention of dog boots in the October 1972 issue of Field and Stream... Vets agree that their paws are vulnerable to serious injury during a sled race such as the Iditarod. Or any activity outside, especially in icy or snowy conditions.

 

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Best Buy’s at the Dog Shop

Going into a dog shop (or browsing an online one), can be overwhelming with all the options and choices, but before you spend your doggie dollars on an entire seasonal wardrobe or a bunch of extras, make sure you cover the basics.

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Training Tips for Getting Your Dog to Wear Shoes

Dog shoes protect paws from the effects of harsh weather, paw burns, sharp objects, and toxic chemicals. Choosing the right pair of dog shoes and using positive reinforcement will help him adjust to his new footwear.

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10 Great Dog Charities

10 Great Dog Charities

Across the United States in animal shelters almost 5,500 dogs and cats are euthanized daily, so every dog charity that can reduce (hopefully to zero) those numbers is a welcome and wonderful change in the world. From that approach, it’s hard to determine the “best” ones when there are so many doing good.

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