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So your pup is sick? We’ve got lots of tips to help him heal and start back to his tail wagging self in no time. And if your dog is truly ill, please do not hesitate to consult your vet. They are trained to help keep your pet healthy.

Our experts have researched hundreds of conditions. We bring you the latest as soon as we can confirm the validity of the research.

Dog vomiting (Caption: Dog Vomit Color Guide)

Dog Vomit Color Guide: What Does Your Dog’s Vomit Says About Their Health?

Our canine friends vomit from time to time – it’s practically a given when you’re a pet parent that at some point, you will be cleaning up after them. There are endless reasons why our dogs may get sick, and it’s not surprising when we see what habits they have at times. But is it possible to tell why they’re vomiting from the color of their vomit? A dog vomit color guide may be helpful for you to know when you need to worry about your furry best friend.

Dog rolling in grass with bee flying (caption: What Should I Do If My Dog Gets Stung By A Bee?)

What To Do If Your Dog Gets Stung By A Bee: Treatment, Symptoms & More

Bees and wasps are one of nature’s little miracles for a curious canine. It’s hard for pups to resist these flying and buzzing wonders. Unfortunately, dogs don’t understand the pain these insects can inflict — and dogs’ faces and paws often pay the price. If your dog gets stung by a bee, what do you do? In most cases, you can help them at home. But some dogs suffer severe reactions, so it’s important to know when it’s time for emergency care.

Dog vomit or throw up of grass after eating it

My Dog Is Throwing Up White Foam: Do I Need To Worry?

Periodic dog puke is practically a given when you’re a pet parent. Aside from the hassle of having to clean it up, should you be concerned when your dog spits up white foam? Find out what a dog coughing up white foam means, seven possible causes, treatment options, and how to prevent it.

Dog head out car window with goggles (Caption: How to Deal With Dog Car Sickness)

Dog Car Sickness: Natural Remedies, Nausea Medicine & More Tips For Puppies Throwing Up

Do you envy fellow dog owners who can take their dogs everywhere in the car? You’ve tried, but your dog gets car sick. It’s a challenging problem for both you and your pup, but rest assured — there are steps you can take. And, you’re not alone. There are multiple reports that state that one in five dogs suffers from motion sickness. How can you help your dog’s car sickness (and save yourself the headache of cleaning up from your dog throwing up in the car)? Read on to learn our tips to nip dog car sickness in the bud.

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Common Dog Health Issues You Must Know

No two dogs are alike. Likewise, no two dog breeds are alike, especially when it comes to their health. Dog health problems range from infections to cancers, and it’s up to you as pet parents to keep your companions happy and healthy by understanding some common dog illnesses and diseases. See below for the most common types of dog health issues, and make sure to take immediate action if you think something serious is wrong with your dog.

Boston Terrier dog drooling and dribbling outside

Is Your Dog Drooling A Lot? What Excessive Drooling Can Signal & When To See Your Vet

Some dogs are slobbery messes, while others rarely drool. But no matter where your furry friend falls on the salivation spectrum, excessive drooling (medically termed ptyalism or hypersalivation) compared to what’s normal for your dog is often a sign that something’s not right. We’ll help you identify the signs of worrisome excessive drooling and when it’s time for veterinary care.

Brown dog laying on the ground looking at skin issue on back (Caption: Alopecia In Dogs)

Alopecia In Dogs: Is Your Dog Losing More Hair Than Usual?

We all know that dogs shed their fur — we find it often enough on our clothes and furniture! But what if your dog’s coat is starting to look a bit patchy, or there are small bald spots on your dog? Hair loss in dogs is known as alopecia. Let’s explore some of the causes, the diagnostic tests and some treatment options your veterinarian might suggest.

Dog getting a shot (Caption: Best dewormer for dogs)

Best Dewormer For Dogs And Puppies: Tips To Treat & Prevent

Most dogs will contract one or more types of intestinal worms in their lifetime. Deworming medications help break down and kill worms to eliminate them from your dog’s body. However, worms in dogs are so common that veterinarians recommend giving your dog a regular dewormer to help prevent worm infestations. We’ll help you decide which dewormers are best for your pup and how to spot the signs if your dog gets worms.

Dog in wheelchair on beach (caption: Canine Hip Dysplasia)

Canine Hip Dysplasia: Signs, Symptoms, Prevention, Treatment, End Stage & More

Is your pup showing symptoms of discomfort in his lower body or a reduction in mobility? He could be suffering from early signs of canine hip dysplasia. Fortunately, your dog doesn’t have to suffer. There are several treatment options available. Learn how to spot symptoms and see what treatments could help your pup regain strength to live a longer, happier life.

Dog scratching in grass (caption: Pyoderma In Dogs)

Pyoderma In Dogs: Skin Disease Causes & Treatments

It can be unnerving to see your pup with patches of irritated skin and bumps. If you don’t know what you’re looking at, you definitely won’t know how to deal with it. Pyoderma could be the culprit, so you may want to familiarize yourself with this condition. Understanding the causes and symptoms may help you make the right decisions for your dog’s health…

Dog Jack Russell Terrier having ear examination at home. Woman cleaning dogs ear

How To Treat A Dog Ear Infection Without A Vet

Dogs suffer from ear infections much more frequently than humans because of the shape of their ear canals. Our furry friends with long, floppy ears are even more prone to ear troubles. And some dogs suffer from chronic recurring ear infections. Fortunately, you can relieve the pain and itchiness with some over-the-counter (OTC) and home remedies. However, it’s never a good idea to treat a dog ear infection at home without first consulting your veterinarian.

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