Puppy Vomiting

Puppy Vomiting

It is rather common for puppies to vomit, and there is a wide range of possible causes – some more serious than others. How can you tell if your puppy is going to throw up? There are some telltale signs when your puppy feels nauseous and is...

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Sneezing in Dogs

Sneezing in Dogs

Like us, dogs sneeze from time to time. Occasional sneezing in dogs is normal and is no cause for worry. But of course dog sneezing repeatedly is another story. Repeated sneezing is a symptom and not an illness by itself. It is an early...

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Weight Loss in Dogs

Weight Loss in Dogs

A dog losing weight, either suddenly or over a period of time, is a sign indicating that there is some underlying health problem. Significant weight loss of over 10 percent of the normal body weight is considered serious enough for veterinary...

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Blood in Dog Urine

Blood in Dog Urine

Canine hematuria (blood in dog urine) very often is a symptom of some form of urinary tract problems, in which case the dog will show other accompanying symptoms such as frequent urination, urination incontinence, and painful urination. If you...

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Bad Breath in Dogs

Bad Breath in Dogs

Dog bad breath (halitosis) is not just what some people consider as “doggie breath”. It is offensive and foul-smelling and is an indication of some kind of dog health problems. If your dog suddenly has really offensive bad breath, do...

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Asthma in Dogs

Asthma in Dogs

Canine asthma is not a disease in itself and is not infectious. Most dogs have asthma due to an allergic reaction in the dog’s airways triggered by some airborne pollutants and irritants, such as exhaust gas, cigarette smoke, house dust...

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Dog Urinary Problems

Dog Urinary Problems

The urinary tract system consists of the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. In males, it also include the prostate. Dog urinary problems are rather common. Many of such problems cause a disruption in the normal pattern of voiding. How can...

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Dog Stomach Problems

Dog Stomach Problems

The stomach of a dog is a sac-like structure that can hold large volumes of food. The digestive process starts in the stomach. Once eaten, most food leaves the stomach within twelve hours after entering. There are a number of “gastric...

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Dog Eye Problems

Dog Eye Problems

How can you tell if your dog has an eye problem? There are some telltale signs. For example, your dog’s eyes may be red and/or watering, he may squint, blink frequently, and paw at the eye. If you notice any of the above signs, you should...

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Dog Ear Problems

Dog Ear Problems

Ear problems in dogs are very common – they range from “swimmer’s ear” to something more serious such as middle or inner ear infections which may result in hearing loss. To prevent dog ear problems, keep your dog’s...

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