My dog has fatty tumors and I would like to know if I should have them surgically removed. They are not cancerous.
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Each dog owner must find a realistic balance, and the right balance will be different for each of us, depending on where we live, the age of the puppy and our views on vaccinations.
If illness has been ruled out, a few ways to reduce flatulence are to change your dog’s food to a higher quality diet of whole foods devoid of fillers while simultaneously slowing down his eating by feeding a series of smaller meals or using a specially designed obstacle dish.
DOG owners have today been warned to be aware of a KILLER parasite attacking pets after a dramatic rise over the last few years in the UK.
Below is a very brief overview of the differences between bloat, torsion and GDV – followed by a very detailed overview of how you can stop your dog from wolfing his food and thereby reducing the risk of bloat.
Early tests of the company’s new parvoONE antibody-based treatment, harvested from the yolks of goose eggs, showed a 90 percent cure rate — a potential breakthrough in animal care.
Here are answers to the cat owner’s question and a quick update on what to do if your pet develops swelling at a vaccination site.
Some great ideas for you AND your pet.