Dogs are susceptible to heartworm, a dangerous parasitic infection that can cause serious health problems. Heartworm is transmitted by mosquitoes, so it is important to… Read More »How Do Dogs Get Heartworm: The Truth About This Dangerous Parasite
Dogs do many things that leave us scratching our heads in confusion. One of these is why they lick each other so often. It seems to be a common occurrence among dogs, but we humans just don’t understand why they do it. This blog post will explore 10 reasons dogs lick each other. Some of them are pretty strange, but all of them are interesting!
It’s a scene as old as time: You’re hurt, and your dog comes over to lick your wounds. But why do they do it? What is the science behind why dogs lick your wounds? It turns out there are a few reasons why dogs might lick your injuries. Some have to do with their instinctual behavior, while others have to do with how licking can help speed up the healing process. In this blog post, we will explore the science behind why dogs lick your wounds and what you can do to encourage them to stop!
Do you have a dog that is constantly scratching? Are you seeing fleas all over their body? If so, then you need to take action and get rid of them. Fleas can be very tricky to get rid of, but with the right approach, you can eliminate them completely. In this guide, we will discuss how to get rid of fleas on dogs using a variety of methods. We will also provide some helpful tips on how to prevent future infestations. Let’s get started!
Dogs eating poop is a disgusting but common behavior. While there are many theories out there as to why dogs do this, the answer is not entirely clear. What is clear, however, is that you need to take steps to stop your dog from eating poop if you don’t want him or her to get sick. In this blog post, we will explore why dogs eat poop and what you can do to discourage this behavior.
Dogs can get sore bottoms for a variety of reasons: from allergies to grass, to eating something they shouldn’t have. If your dog is suffering from a sore bottom, you may be wondering what cream you can put on it to help soothe the pain. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best creams and other solutions for healing your dog’s sore bottom. We’ll also provide tips on how to prevent your dog from getting a sore bottom in the first place!
If your dog is experiencing what appears to be a seizure, you should contact your vet immediately. There are many potential causes for seizures in dogs and environmental toxins are among the most common. Some of the most common toxins that can cause seizures in dogs include lead, pesticides, and radiator fluid. If you think your dog may have been exposed to a toxin, contact your veterinarian immediately. But in this post, you will find out all about what toxins can cause seizures in dogs and more.