Tips to Remove Tartar in Dogs

Dogs are born with pearly white teeth, but as they grow up, they develop yellow to brownish stains caused by tartar. If the dog also emits a stinking odor when he yawns, it might mean that you haven’t cleaned your dog’s teeth for a very long time. Plaque and tartar buildup in … Read more

Types, Symptoms, and Treatment of Mange in Dogs

Types, Symptoms, and Treatment of Mange in Dogs

Mange is a nasty disease caused by infestation of several species of mites on your dog’s skin. These mites can make your dogs’ hair fall out and their skin red and extremely itchy.  It’s actually normal to find a few mites on the skin and hair of pet dogs, and they are … Read more

How to Eliminate the Smell of Dog Urine Naturally?

When taking care of a puppy or an untrained dog, you may have to frequently clean up your home as you may encounter them leaving a pool of urine in random areas of the home. Not only is it icky, but it also leaves behind an unpleasant odor that you have to … Read more

How to Cure Stomach Pain in a Dog

Stomach Pain in a Dog

It is difficult to know when our dog is feeling bad unless there is a clear symptom like blood in his stool or elsewhere, vomiting, diarrhea, dog stomach pain, or cough. The truth is that our pets also suffer from pain, such as stomach pain. So if you see that your dog is eating less, has lost his appetite, or has spent the day lying down without playing as an active dog, you may have some illness or discomfort. If you notice any symptoms or your dog has eaten some unwanted object. It is recommended that you take him to the vet.

The stomach pain of dogs is not very different from that of people and may be due to several causes, although in dogs it is not very common. Recognizing this ailment in a dog can be very difficult since, if the symptoms are not very evident, we may not realize it. Some of the symptoms that your dog may have if his stomach hurts are:

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Tips for giving a cat a pill

Tips for giving a cat a pill

We all know the genuine character of cats. The fact is that these domestic cats need all our care, since they are susceptible to suffer numerous diseases. Apart from diseases and health issues, the cat may still need medications from time to time to stay fit, eat better etc. For this reason, … Read more

Reasons to Put a Microchip in Dogs and Cats

Reasons to Put a Microchip in Dogs and Cats

The joy of bringing a pet home and making it a part of our lives is overwhelming. These little furry creatures become such an important part of our lives that soon, we cannot imagine a day without them. Those priceless cuddles, those loving eyes, and the joy they feel to see you … Read more

Treating Dogs as Humans Can be a Form of Abuse

Treating dogs as humans is a form of abuse

You must have heard that dogs are human’s best friend and dog owner is also called ‘dog parent’. Hearing these two statements, you can imagine the importance that the dog holds in the life of its owner. For us bringing a new pet home is a big thing! We celebrate every yawn … Read more

7 tips for coping with the death of your pet

For a lot of people, a pet dog is not just a dog. It’s a special member of the family that brings fun, loyalty, and companionship to our lives. You may have spent years with a dog and it has become a part of your everyday life, cheering you up, and bringing … Read more

Pessimism is also a danger for dogs

Pessimism is also a danger for dogs

A farmer wanted to make a contest between his dog and rabbit. He hid a bone and a carrot. While the rabbit began to dig and dig, the dog remained in place bemoaning how difficult it will be to find the bone. The rabbit was not discouraged with each new hole in … Read more

The 7 most dangerous diseases that your pet may suffer

The 7 Most Dangerous Diseases that Your Pet May Suffer

As much as you want to take care of your dog, unfortunately, like people, at some point in their lives dogs also get ill. It doesn’t matter how responsible you are, how overprotective you are, sickness can happen and it is not your fault. Just like us humans, dogs have a proper … Read more