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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. The moment that winter approaches and the weather starts to turn chilly, out come our warm stocking caps, scarves, mittens, and other cold-weather gear. We’re lucky that we’re able to easily layer up, snuggle under blankets, and start a cozy fire or crank up the heat. But
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(Image Credit: Shaw Photography Co./Getty Images) It’s hard to imagine a more picture-perfect family image than children and their beloved dogs. It’s so iconic you can almost imagine a Norman Rockwell painting of it. But the truth of the matter is that children and dogs don’t necessarily get along automatically. Like all cohabiting animals, they
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Basal cell carcinomas and tumors are the most common forms of skin cancer found in dogs. Most basal cell tumors in dogs are benign, though they can become malignant. Malignant tumors are referred to as “carcinomas.” When caught early, most basal cell carcinomas can be treated without further complications, usually with surgery.
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You smell smoke in your house and it’s time to act. Where’s your pet? Are you prepared? Though you’ll hopefully never need it, having a pet fire safety plan in place will help you avoid future tragedy. Not to worry—this article has everything you’ll need for a solid pet safety plan in case of a
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Brain tumors in dogs are abnormal growths of cells that affect the brain or its surrounding membranes. They can either be primary or secondary. A primary brain tumor originates in the dog’s brain, while a secondary brain tumor can metastasize and spread to the brain from somewhere else in the dog’s
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Gingivitis in dogs is an inflammation of the gums and is the early stage of a gum disease called periodontal disease. It is very common in dogs and is treatable, though if left untreated, it can develop into advanced periodontal disease, which can lead to teeth loss. Gingivitis is caused by
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) Liver cancer in dogs is a tumorous growth in the lining of the liver, which is the organ responsible for removing toxins for the body, aiding in digestion, and helping with blood clotting. Tumors in dogs’ livers are usually benign, and cancerous tumors of the liver most often result from metastatic cancers that
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Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Adding a puppy to your family is an incredibly joyful experience. It also comes with a lot of responsibility and care. Unpleasant things can happen, from chewed-up shoes to whining, nipping, and tummy troubles, like diarrhea. If you’re wondering why your puppy has diarrhea, know that you’re not
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(Picture Credit: Getty Images) We all want to be good dog parents, and part of that is training our dogs to be well-behaved. Training is meant to be a positive bonding experience between humans and their pooches. Few people intend to make things unpleasant for their dog during training, with one notable exception: when punishing
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All dogs can be potty trained. (Photo Credit: Shutterstock) It’s true that canines communicate very differently from humans, and marking–intentional urination–may be the most blatant example. Though it looks (and smells) identical, marking is not at all the same thing as elimination. If your dog has an accident indoors because he simply can’t hold it
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