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Parvo is contagious in dogs and is spread through their feces. It can be spread directly or indirectly through contact with the feces of the infected dog.

Puppy Tips: The “What If’s” of Raising a Puppy

German Sheppard Puppy

There are a number of “what if” situations that may arise shortly after or even a few months after bringing home your new puppy. Most never happen or if they do the resolutions are easy with a visit to the vet, a little puppy training or simply some patience. Here are some puppy tips to help you get through these challenging yet super fun times…

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Which Dog Vaccinations Are Necessary?

Dog Vaccination

Vaccinations are a crucial part of the health of your pet dog. For owners of new puppies, the vaccination schedule seems never ending, but as dogs age, this schedule consolidates to two yearly vet visits. In this article we will take a look at what vaccinations your dog should receive, what they are for and how old your dog should be when they receive each vaccination…

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Parvo In Dogs: How To Diagnose, Treat And Prevent

Dog with sick mask on

Canine parvovirus type 2 or parvo, is a highly contagious virus that is particularly prominent in the canine community. Parvo is of particular concern for puppy owners due to the severity of symptoms and the weak immune systems of younger dogs. There are ways to help prevent the spread of parvo and as a responsible dog owner it is important to be familiar with these prevention methods. Effective prevention begins with understanding the virology and pathophysiology of the virus itself…

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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop (And How To Stop It)

Dogs eating poop

My 4 month old black lab Daisy is eating her own poop. How can we get Daisy to stop eating her poop? Not only is it gross, but when she gets to it first thing in the morning, she ends up throwing up shortly thereafter. What are some easy suggestions to get her to grow out of this puppy habit fast?…

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