Hypoglycemia in Dogs

Hypoglycemia in Dogs

Canine hypoglycemia refers to a state of abnormally low blood sugar in dogs. Sugar (glucose) is a primary source of energy for all bodily functions. But the brain has little capacity in the storage of glucose, so hypoglycemia in dogs can cause...

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Sick Dog Symptoms

Sick Dog Symptoms

Healthy dogs are usually playful, active, and alert. Once in a while, your dog may seem to be dull or lethargic, and you may wonder if your dog is sick. There are some common sick dog symptoms that can help you to determine if your dog is indeed...

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Dog Bee Stings

Dog Bee Stings

The stings of bees and wasps cause localized pain, swelling and mild redness to the site of the sting. Understandably, common sites are parts of the dog’s body not covered by hair, such as the nose or the paws. Sometimes, even if the site...

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Dog Heat Stroke

Dog Heat Stroke

Unlike people, dogs cannot lower their body temperature by sweating. In fact, the only few sweat glands that they have are on the pads of their feet. Therefore, they do not tolerate high temperatures as well as we do. To lower their body...

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Toxic Foods for Dogs

Toxic Foods for Dogs

Some dog parents enjoy feeding their dogs “human foods” and table scraps, but it is important to know that some common human foods can be toxic foods for dogs because dogs have different metabolism and enzymes than humans. Some human...

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