Category: Dog Health

6 MOST POPULAR DE-WORMERS FOR YOUR DOG

6 MOST POPULAR DE-WORMERS FOR YOUR DOG

Worm infestations in dogs have started growing exponentially nowadays. The most common types are whipworms, hookworms, tapeworm, and roundworms infestations. Worms like roundworms, hookworms are common almost everywhere in US. You will be shocked to know that more than 34% of dogs are infected with gastrointestinal parasites .These parasites live in the intestine of your … Continue reading 6 MOST POPULAR DE-WORMERS FOR YOUR DOG

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Top 3 Best Flea Sprays for Dogs and their Benefits

Top 3 Best Flea Sprays for Dogs and their Benefits

We can clearly see the distress in the dreaded eyes of dog owners when they catch a sight of an awful flea that triggers desperation in them to get rid-off these parasites quickly. It is certainly a menace every pet owner tries to avoid but feel helpless in doing so. Well, we suggest - it … Continue reading Top 3 Best Flea Sprays for Dogs and their Benefits

Is Your Dog Depressed Or Seems Lost? Check For Dementia

Is Your Dog Depressed Or Seems Lost? Check For Dementia

Dementia is one of the saddest diseases in humans as well as canines. It not only deteriorates the cognitive ability of the sufferer but is also physically debilitating for him. In dogs, the condition is termed as Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD) which is similar to Alzheimer’s in humans. An impaired mind takes away the energy … Continue reading Is Your Dog Depressed Or Seems Lost? Check For Dementia

Top 4 Reasons Of Providing Supplements To Your Senior Dogs

Top 4 Reasons Of Providing Supplements To Your Senior Dogs

As dogs age, they enter the golden years of their lives. However, with age they require extra supplements along with regular food for their active and healthy life. Nutritional supplements aid senior pets to lead painless and healthy life free of age-related issues. Food plays an important role when it comes to ageing dogs. A … Continue reading Top 4 Reasons Of Providing Supplements To Your Senior Dogs