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10 Ways to Minimize Motion Sickness in Your Dog

Motion sickness in dogs is common. Your dog’s motion sickness can be an issue if it hampers your lifestyle. If you are used to traveling to hike with your dog in the mountains or just taking a short car trip to the dog park for exercise, motion sickness can keep you from your and your dog’s favorite activities. And, if you are reading this guide, odds are that you have had your car’s upholstery christened with the morning’s breakfast on your last trip to the groomer&rsquo...

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Kennel Cough in Dogs – How Long it Can Last?

In a healthy dog, kennel cough also known as honking cough usually clears up within 3 weeks. But for senior dogs and dogs with other medical conditions, a kennel cough can linger for up to 6 weeks. When the bacterium bordetella bronchiseptica causes the infection, kennel cough rarely lasts more than 10 days. It is possible for kennel cough to develop into pneumonia. So, keep an eye on your dog’s symptoms and contact your veterinarian if your dog’s condition doesn’t improve with...

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Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment for Cloudy Eyes in Dogs

A dog’s eyes can get cloudy or hazy for many medical reasons. Some are benign, painless, and treatable. Others are quite uncomfortable and need immediate attention. That is why it is important to get the proper diagnosis from your veterinarian to effectively treat cloudy eyes. Key Facts Eyes may appear cloudy, hazy, or foggy over the entire eye, in one spot, or in the lens. Eyes may appear opaque, white, gray, blue, or red. Cloudiness may appear suddenly or gradually over time. Other sympt...

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5 Things Every Practice Should Do NOW To Minimize Impact from Upcoming USP Changes

Revisions to United States Pharmacopeia USP standards, especially USP <795> and <797>, are set to take effect on November 1st, 2023, which could pose some challenges for veterinary practices and pet parents. Practices that prepare now will be well-positioned to ensure uninterrupted care for their clients. The USP revisions will result in shortened Beyond-Use Dates BUDs for many medications prepared at state-licensed 503A compounding pharmacies. The BUD, which is different from an exp...

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10 Home Remedies for Dog Constipation

Occasional, mild constipation is not uncommon for dogs and there are a number of home remedies that can help relieve or prevent it. Most of these home treatments are inexpensive and are available at your local grocery store or pet shop. You might even have them already stocked in your pantry. In this guide, we will look at the symptoms and causes of canine constipation, what you can do at home to help relieve it, and when you should talk to your veterinarian about it being a more serious conditi...

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