Welcome to the Dog House! The links on this page will take you to our information relating to the health and safety of your pet.
Dogs can be allergic to their food and as a result they get hot spots, chew their feet, lose hair and develop skin problems. More info on dog allergies. Being unaware of items poisonous to dogs can lead to unnecessary illness or death of your pet. Pet proof your home and yard and make them a safer place. Food Toxin and Poison Chart Bloat or GDV in dogs can be life threatening. While it mainly effects large breeds, small breed dogs can fall victim to it as well. Parasites and worms can often be the underlying cause of ill health in your dog. Fecal testing by your veterinarian can determine the type of worm(s) present in your pet. Photos and explanations of worms in dogs. There is no substitute for premium dog food. The cheaper brands are usually comprised of fillers (grains) and by-products which can lead to allergies in your pet. Confused by some of the terminology used in the product info on pet foods? Our pet food dictionary should help shed some light on this for you.
If you think dogs can't count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket and then giving Fido only two of them. ~Phil Pastoret
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