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How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

Be sure to have your veterinarian examine your dog's teeth and gums during his annual visit If your dog's teeth are not properly cared for at home, your vet may suggest a professional...

Tick-Related Diseases

Wet, mild winters usually result in an explosion of the tick population increasing the risk that your pet may come in contact with any of the numerous tick-bourne diseases Knowing a little...

Mosquito Bites and Your Dog

Along with the arrival of warm and humid summer days comes an ever-present annoyance - mosquitoes Although your dog’s fur or hair offers some protection against mosquito bites, he is...

Flea-Related Illnesses that Affect Your Dog

Left untreated, fleas can multiply rapidly and make your dog seriously ill That’s why it’s important to check your dog for fleas on a regular basis and act quickly to eliminate any...

How to Tell if Your Dog has Fleas

Left untreated, chronic infestations not only make your dog miserable but can lead to infection and more serious flea-related diseases Being aware of the signs and symptoms of flea...

How to Remove a Tick

Today, more than ever, ticks have become a fact of life Mother Nature endowed these tiny, sometimes dangerous parasites with all the physical attributes they need to survive and thrive:...

Ticks On Dogs

In the US there are several tick species The most problematic species you might come in contact with are the brown dog tick, American dog tick, deer tick and the Lone Star tick While each...

Fleas and Your Dog

What is a flea Fleas are parasites that need to feed off a host’s blood to stay alive There are several types of fleas in the world that feed on different animals, but the most common...

Intestinal Parasites and Your Dog

As a dog owner, it's important to know about the different types of worms and their potential effects on your dog's health Humans can become infected too, so keeping your dog parasite-free...