Articles for tag: Dog Allergies, Flea Prevention

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Lick Granulomas and Your Dog

Dogs can form bad habits just as people do. When they engage in a bad habit, it is just as difficult for them to stop just as it is for people to stop bad habits, even when they are harmful. While dogs don’t smoke cigarettes, or are able to pull out their hair, some dogs ...

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Dog Potty Training Tips: Do’s and Don’ts

One of the biggest issues people face when adding a dog/puppy to their family is potty training. The last thing you want is for your new family member to ruin the carpet because he/she isn’t housebroken. When it comes to potty training your dog there are definite do’s and don’ts. Approaching potty training in the ...

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Golden Retrievers – Genetic Medical Diseases

The Golden Retriever is one of the more popular breeds among families. However, it does have a long list of genetic medical diseases that can have serious health affects on the dog. These health concerns range from hip dysplasia to cataracts and epilepsy to various allergies. Learning about these medical conditions can help pet owners ...

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Put a Stop to Dog Scratching and Gnawing

If you are dealing with the annoyance of a constantly scratching, gnawing, and licking dog it’s probably driving you crazy. One of the most common problems among dogs, which rears its ugly head during the summer is skin allergies and irritation. The evidence of skin irritation or allergies in your dog may be indicated by ...

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Dog Allergies – Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Dogs can suffer with environmental allergies just like people do, but dogs present with different allergy symptoms. Pollen, mold, dust can trigger allergy flare-ups in dogs that cause them to scratch, chew and lick parts of their bodies non-stop. Causes of Dog Allergies The same things that cause people allergies cause dog allergies – either ...

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How to Stop Your Dog’s Hair Shedding

Anyone who owns a dog that sheds knows that it can be a never-ending annoyance. Dog hair on the furniture. Dog hair on your clothes. Dog hair in your food? Sure! Of course a lot depends on the breed of dog, nutrition level of diet, and climate. But if despite excellent nutrition, you just happen ...