Has your dog ever had a bleeding or broken nail? Learn how to treat an injured nail and stop it from bleeding. Recognize the difference between a common nail injury and a toe nail bed tumour. Discover the causes of toe tumours in dogs and ways of preventing them.
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Do you believe in some sort of mysterious force that sometimes puts you in the right place at the right time? In early spring, I connected with two very like-minded people, Victoria and JC, who live with three beautiful huskies, Tidus, Yuna, and Kimahri, otherwise known as the Husky Squad. We ended up sitting down and having a candid, fun conversation that I hope you will also enjoy. You will not only learn more about keeping your dog healthy but also about how to reach your dream of living a healthy and happy life with your canine friend(s)!
Naturally, most of us ask the nagging question, “Why?”. In the veterinary practice, people ask “Why?” when their dog gets sick. Usually, they hope to get a simple answer that points to one or two reasons why their dog’s problem happened. The challenge is that the answer is rarely this simple.
Why do mellow and placid have higher tendency to cancer and why the feisty and more dramatic ones are much more likely to be allergic and over-reactive? This article will give you a very different view at cancer, chronic disease and how to reduce the chances of causing serious problems with using suppressive and toxic drugs.
An essential resource for every dog lover with a lumpy dog... If you find yourself confused about what to do when you find a lump or immediately think of the worst-case scenario, I hope this blog will be useful.