For many of us, when our dogs are sick, it is often quite difficult to know whether or not dogs illnesses warrant a trip to the emergency room for a dog illness diagnosis.
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There has been an increasing number of concerns and criticisms over a good number of commercially sold dog food. Because of such, many people have turned to feed their pet with natural dog food.
Labrador Retrievers are known to have hearty appetites and are often overfed causing weight to increase even above what is normal. Obesity is a major problem in people nowadays.
Some human foods that should not be consumed by dogs include:
If you’ve ever had a dog allergy problem, you already know how troublesome this can be. But if you’re new to owning a dog, you might not ever know what to expect or how to handle it once you recognize there is a problem. However, if you own a dog for any period of time, you will surely have to handle the question of allergies in your dog’s life. So, here’s what you need to know to be the best dog owner you can be.
With the current problem on the hazards brought by the massive scale of contaminants on commercial pet food, most pet owners resorted to homemade pet food. The all natural ingredients of homemade pet food guarantees safety and nutrition to pets plus an added bonus of enjoyment that pet owners experience as they prepare the food.
Protecting your puppy or dog from everyday poisons in the home and garden will be the focus of this article.
Recent reports of wheat gluten tainted with aminopterin in commercial dog food manufactured by Menu Foods has spurred a nationwide recall of at least 95 private label and major dog food brands.
Canine influenza is a fairly recent addition to the list of things we have to worry about when it comes to our dogs. Although the widespread epidemic of suggested by the media does not exist, it is certainly a disease that is spreading and that we should be aware of if we live or work with dogs.
Organic dog food is the best option if you need to rely on commercial preparations. Commercial dog foods usually contain high levels of sodium, preservatives, artificial colors and other additives that are toxic to your pet.