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Essential Cold Weather Pet Products

16th November 2011
Keeping pet warm and comfortable is a must not only during cold season but could be in any weather condition and according to your pet needs. Special conditions like for senior pets require a soothing warm comfort to ease their pain like sore joints and a... Read >

Dog Blastomycosis Fungal Disease

08th October 2009
Blastomycosis of Blasto is a systemic fungal disease that primarily affects dogs and humans, but has also been known to infect cats, sea lions and horses. It is caused by the fungal organism Blastomyces dermatitidis, which is found as a mold in the soil o... Read >

Dog Spondylosis Deformans Disease

29th August 2009
Spondylosis deformans (sometimes called Bone Spurs) is a condition in which bridges are formed along the ventral (bottom) parts of the vertebrae of dogs. Human, domestic cat, bull and even whales have been diagnosed with this condition. The term "spondyli... Read >

The Dancing Doberman Disease Syndrome

11th August 2009
Dancing Doberman disease (DDD or Distal Polyneuropathy) - also known as Dancing Doberman Syndrome - is a disease only seen in Doberman dogs, primarily affects their gastrocnemius muscle. A simple description of DDD is one of a progressive disease, usually... Read >

Epulis - Mouth/Oral Tumor in Dogs

26th February 2009
Epulis is the most common type of benign or non-cancerous tumor in dog's mouth. A benign tumor is one that does not spread to other parts of the body. However, an epulis can be "locally invasive," which means that it can grow into the tissues surroundin... Read >

Septic Bacterial Arthritis in Joints of Dogs

09th February 2009
Septic Arthritis (in other terms as Bacterial Arthritis or Infectious Arthritis) is an infection in the fluid and tissues of joint cavity most commonly caused by bacteria. It is considered a dangerous form of acute arthritis in dogs because just like ot... Read >

Acute Renal Kidney Failure in Dogs

22nd January 2009
Acute renal failure or ARF is characterized by a rapid onset of renal insufficiency/failure, reduction in glomerular filtration rate and renal plasma flow, and the clinical and biochemical aftermath of the excretory failure. This is a serious form of ki... Read >

Craniomandibular Osteopathy Dog Bone Disorder

19th December 2008
Craniomandibular osteopathy (CMO) is a non-cancerous dog bone disorder that exclusively affects the bones of the head in dogs, usually in on the lower jaw bone (ramus of the mandible) or over the angle of the mandible and tympanic bulla. CMO is a develo... Read >

Osteochondritis Dissecans: Dog Bones Disorder

05th November 2008
In any joint in the body, two bones come together and movement is allowed between them, there is an exceptionally smooth area of cartilage covers in surface of each bone which acts as a cushion and protects the underlying bone. If anything disrupts this... Read >

Dog Urine Marking Tips

06th July 2008
Dog marking is an instinctive behavior so it's a normal thing they must do. A dog leaves its scent in urine to tell other dogs a message; it could be about whose territory it is or is about the dog's social order or advertising mating availability. Dogs a... Read >

Dog Pregnancy - Signs and Care

15th May 2008
Being puppy is the cutest stage of a dog, it's so lovely to see how this little innocent angel moving around, learn to play, eat so well, run around and perform his agilities, and become little cute monster that messes things around. Then we will think ab... Read >