Sometimes you will seen the word “grain-free” on dog food labels. You may be wondering whether or not it’s better to feed your dog grain-free food. Therefore, we will answer the common question, “Should you feed your dog grain-free food?”
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May is Allergy Awareness Month. The spring season brings with it many allergens that affect both us and our pets. However, cat allergies don’t always look like ours. Therefore, we will discuss spring allergies in cats and prevention.
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May is Allergy Awareness Month. Spring allergies can affect both dogs and people, resulting in allergy attacks for several weeks as the seasons change and the weather warms. However, symptoms of spring allergies in dogs may differ from humans. Therefore, we will discuss spring allergies in dogs and prevention.
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We’ve all seen or felt it before: the sneezing, the itching, the watery eyes, the irritated nasal passages and so on. But your dog is now exhibiting signs of the typical behavior for fall allergies in humans. Could your dog have allergies too? Is this even possible? What are the signs and symptoms you should be concerned about, and when is the appropriate time to call the vet?
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Summer is a terrific time to be a dog owner. It lets you run, swim, and play with your dog in nicer weather than any other time of the year. However, summer also brings unique risks to your dog’s health that you should keep in mind throughout the season.
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Fall and Winter are my many people’s favorite times of the year, and they both require a good bit of preparation. We will discuss some great tips you can use as a guide on how to prepare your dog for fall season. Continue reading How to Prepare Your Dog for Fall Season
When You Pet Has Allergies
When a pet’s immune system reacts negatively to common substances like pollens, mites or molds, an allergy is developed. These reactions can range from irritating to lethal, and are caused by ingesting, inhaling or touching the allergen. Allergy symptoms in pets include Continue reading Pets With Allergies