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Dog Health

Everything that has to do with your dog’s health – from stomach aches to nutrition to broken bones. Let Canine Journal assist you with your pet health needs, but remember to take them to the Vet in emergencies!

My Dog Eats Too Fast And Vomits

Hungry Dog Eating Food From Bowl

This question for our Pet Doc comes from the concerned owner of a three year old Shih Tsu named Toby Jo who eats too quickly and therefore has trouble keeping his food down. Can our Pet Doc solve Toby’s eating problem and help him regain normal and comfortable eating habits?

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Dog Seizures: Is Your Dog Having Them?

Chihuahua

I think my little 8 month old Chihuahua Whisper she is having seizures. She acts like she is in her own little world sometimes. She loses her balance, and doesn’t eat for a while after she comes out of it. And sometimes her nose will be dry and warm. She goes around eating sticks all the time. This started about two months ago and hasn’t really changed…

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Dog Paws And Why They Don’t Get Cold Feet

Dog Paw

If you are an obsessed or overprotective dog owner then you have likely browsed the dog apparel aisle in your local pet store and paused briefly to contemplate “winter booties” for your dog’s paws. A recent discovery by researchers in Japan, however, finds that dog paws may not need “winter booties” after all thanks to a specialized circulation system in their paws…

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What Is Canine Bloat?

Great Dane

Many well seasoned dog owners warn against the dangers of canine bloat and vets even give recommendations on how to prevent your dog from suffering from canine bloat but some dog owners have no idea what this illness is, how it occurs or how to prevent it. Read on to learn everything you ever wanted to know about canine bloat…

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What Are Worms In Dogs?

Dog Getting Checked for Worms

There are a wide variety of worms that can infect your dog. Although many of the symptoms are similar, each will require a specific type of medication for treatment. When an inappropriate medication is used to treat worms, infestations can return or worsen in severity, causing additional medical complications. Some of the worms that commonly affect dogs include: roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, whipworms and heartworms…

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Changing Dog Food Is A Slow Process

Dry Dog Food

Thinking about changing your dogs to a new dog food because it is less expensive? Or maybe your dog has been sick to his stomach and you want to try out a new food. It may even be that your vet thinks your dog is allergic to lamb. Whatever the reason for the change in dog food, you must take it very slow to allow your pup’s tummy to adjust to its new food…

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All Natural Dog Food: Give Your Pup The Best

All Natural Dog Food

Dog owners want what is best for their pets and for many people that means feeding an all natural dog food. There are two varieties of all natural dog food: commercially produced and raw. Depending upon your budget and the time you have to devote to your dogs diet, one of these may better suit your needs than the other…

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