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Why Do Dogs Shake Their Toys? June 5th, 2020

Why Do Dogs Shake Their Toys?

Dogs are domestic animals, yet it still surprises us when we see their primitive characteristics coming through. One of the most primitive characteristics that we can observe our dog displaying is when they shake their toys. To us, shaking their toys is cute, especially when it is a puppy trying to dominate a toy bigger than  Read More…

Learn About IVDD, You Could Change A Dog’s Life March 31st, 2020

Learn About IVDD, You Could Change A Dog’s Life

 Most pet owners don’t learn about IVDD until their own little furriend is affected by it. By that time it’s too late, and little to no steps can be taken towards the prevention of it. This disease affects dogs all over the world, our goal is to raise awareness by providing you with different intervening steps  Read More…

Amoxicillin for Dogs March 14th, 2020

Amoxicillin for Dogs

Amoxicillin is a medication that will be familiar to many dog owners as they may have used one by the same name themselves at one time or another. While the properties of Amoxicillin are similar in both humans and dogs, the drug itself is not identical when it comes to giving it to your pup  Read More…

Sucralfate for Dogs March 5th, 2020

Sucralfate for Dogs

Sucralfate, also known by its brand name Carafate, is given to dogs to help prevent ulcers and damage to the lining of the stomach and intestines. It acts as a local mucosal adherent. It can be used to prevent all types of ulcers, including stomach, duodenal, colonic, esophageal, intestinal, and oral ulcers, including those that  Read More…

Parvo in Dogs February 25th, 2020

Parvo in Dogs

Parvovirus in dogs is a scary disease and one that no dog owner wants to face. It only takes a few days for your new puppy to go from being perfectly playful and healthy to acutely ill. Parvo is preventable and treatable but to do that, you as a dog owner need to know about  Read More…