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5 Things That Will Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy

You should also avoid foods that contain the preservative ethoxyquin. This same ingredient is used in making tires. It’s not something that you want your dog to eat. Instead, look for natural preservatives such as Vitamin E, Vitamin C, citric acid and rosemary. These natural preservatives all have antioxidant properties and are healthier for your dog

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Do Dogs Need A Backyard?

When it comes to the question “do dogs need a backyard” the answer is simple. A backyard would be nice however you don’t need to have a yard to have a happy well cared for dog. Let’s talk about it for a few minutes.
Certain small breeds of dog’s don’t really need much in the way of a yard because they spend most of their time inside and only venture out when it is time to do their business or to catch a little bit of fresh air or sunshine. In fact a lot of small dogs just do not enjoy the outside.

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Great Ideas To Keep Your Dog Cool In Hot Weather

Dog can’t speak to us and say could you please turn on the A/C. But, that doesn’t mean they don’t get very hot sometimes just like we do.
If you dog is panting a lot, being slow or looking down and it’s a very hot day, well your dog is possibly hot and suffering from the heat too.
Here are a few simple ways to cool down your dog and keep them cool.

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How To Know If Your Dog Has Diabetes

Did you know that pets could get diabetes? An unhealthy diet and a lack of activity could cause your dog to develop diabetes. This condition can be treated and your dog will not develop complications as long as diabetes is diagnosed early. Here are the most common signs of diabetes in dogs.
A dog who cannot produce enough insulin or cannot use the insulin produced will end up with high blood sugar levels. This can lead to a sweet-smelling breath. If you notice that your dog’s breath has a fruity smell, you should have their blood sugar levels checked.

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7 Signs and Symptoms That Your Dog Is Having a Stroke

A stroke is a serious condition that requires immediate medical attention. This fact is no less true when the one having the stroke is a dog. It is difficult enough to recognize the symptoms of stroke in a human however. How much more is this true of a dog?

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