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Is your dog feeling stress?

Is your dog feeling stress?

Our furry family members can become stressed and anxious just like us. Being aware of the signals that dogs show when nervous, stressed or unhappy is helping to prevent unwanted behaviour and helping your dog live a happy and healthy life.Often stress indicators are easily identified, but sometimes the manner in which your pup communicates stress can be quite subtle and surprising. Here are some of the different ways your dog can express stress or anxiety: Aggression Aggression against humans and other animals is one of dogs ' most common signs of stress or sickness. If you notice that your...

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Why Is my Dog Coughing , Gagging , Choking sounds ?

Why Is my Dog Coughing , Gagging , Choking sounds ?

For many reasons, dogs cough, including allergies, tracheal disease (collapse), lungdisease, or hosting a foreign material  object in the windpipe. Although not typically serious in and of itself, if it should persist or become more severe,  coughing may require urgent medical attention.  What to Watch For ? When there is a pattern to coughing (mostly at night, during excitement, etc.),  it is important to observe as this will help in the diagnosis.  For example, repeated outbursts of coughing or shaking require urgent medical care. Primary Cause? Dogs cough for so many reasons, much like humans, that it is difficult to list them all. All possibilities include worms (including intestinal parasites and heartworms), pneumonia, allergies, kennel cough, smoke, tumors, heart or lung problems, or even a collapsed windpipe. Of course , as serious as you hear often we hear our dog gagging and coughing like there is something stuck on the throat is often known as a common problem in singapore that is referred as "KENNEL COUGH". Especially during the haze period or the Hungry Ghost Festival ,...

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Should we be Soaking Dry Dog Food in Water?

Should we be Soaking Dry Dog Food in Water?

We feel disgusting about the look and smell of a dog kibble soaked in water, but our dogs see no problem at all with it. There are a few good reasons for adding water to dry dog food. Heres when you are supposed to. Sometimes, we all have been told before feeding your dogs , you soak the dry food in warm water for 15 or 20 minutes. Why ? Well, this practice is pretty common and many dog owners are doing this for a few reasons. For older dog especially with a few dental extractions and does not chew his...

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Treating and Preventing Hot Spots on Dogs

Treating and Preventing Hot Spots on Dogs

Hot spots are not a life-threatening condition, but they are uncomfortable Hot spots are one of your dog's most frustrating skin conditions.  These painful sorts spring up overnight and may recur again and again, driving yourdog into a frenzy of itchy.  Fortunately, there are things you can do to treat dogs andavoid hot spots Acute moist dermatitis is the scientific term for hot spots. These hot, red, oozing lesions can occur in just a few hours,  although not serious, and hot spots can cause considerable discomfort to your dog. What Causes Hot Spots on Dogs? Self-induced hot spots on dogs. Dogs create hot spots by leaching and itching repeatedly at a spot on their body, which eventually leads to an area of traumatized tissue known as a "hot spot." This cycle repeats as the irritated skin created by the hot spot begins to itch, leaving owners frustrated and dogs uncomfortable. Underlying Causes of Hot Spots While your dog might be directly responsible for creating the hot spot, there is usually an underlying cause...

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What is the difference between Puppy Food and Adult Dog Food?

What is the difference between Puppy Food and Adult Dog Food?

A lot of what you see on a pet food label is marketing. Pictures of handsome dogs or appealing foods and even words like “holistic,” “ancestral,” “instinctual,” or “premium” have no bearing on what’s inside. But there are important differences between foods designed for adult dogs and puppies. Puppies need to eat more protein (including higher levels of specific amino acids), fat, and some minerals than adult dogs do. In addition, many manufacturers provide higher quantities of nutrients in their puppy foods that are not regulated. The omega-3 fatty acids shown to promote healthy brain and eye development in young...

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