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What to Do When Your Dog Is Overly Aggressive Towards Other Dogs

My Dog Likes to Fight Other Dogs—What Can I Do? It's not uncommon for a dog to get aggressive toward an unknown dog or other dogs in your home because a dog often feels the need to protect their territory or possessions. There is a limit as to how aggressive or protective a dog should be. If your dog shows excessive aggression towards other dogs, then she is putting herself in a position where she could either suffer or inflict an injury, and this ultimately could result in a lawsuit or an...

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What to do About Lack of Bladder Control in Dogs

Does Your Dog Suffer from Bladder Control Issues? Lack of bladder control, also known as urinary incontinence, is a condition that most commonly affects spayed female larger breeds of dogs, and dogs who are middle aged to elderly. If your dog suddenly has started urinating in the house or is having difficulty urinating, then she may be suffering from urinary incontinence. This guide will help you understand the condition better so you can get her the treatment she needs. A wide range of factors ...

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What Causes Canine Cough?

Common Causes of Canine Cough When a dog starts coughing, it is usually a symptom of an underlying condition that is affecting her respiratory system. But coughing can be caused by a wide range of issues that can be divided into four primary categories: auto-immune issues and inflammatory conditions, infectious agents, geriatric and degenerative conditions, and congenital conditions. Auto-Immune and Inflammatory Causes of Canine Cough Allergies and asthma are two major cause of coughing in this ...

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Tips and Tricks for Getting Pets to Take Their Medicine

A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down It's the one job that all pet owners dislike—convincing a pet to take his medicine. Whether it's a tablet or liquid, dogs and cats notoriously are averse to taking their medications, and all too often, it results in doses being missed and pet owners being exasperated. This is not good for anybody, but it's bad for your pet because he needs his medicine if he is going to get better. What can you do to help improve the odds that your pet follows...

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Human Medications That Are Toxic to Pets

It's not uncommon for veterinarians to turn to human medications to treat pets who are suffering from certain health conditions. But just because pets can take some human medications doesn't mean that all medications made for humans are likewise safe for pets. In fact, some of the most-commonly prescribed human medications can be dangerous and even potentially deadly when ingested by animals. Top 10 Medications to Keep Away from Your Pet NSAIDs —Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NS...

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