Parvo in Puppies

Parvovirus is an acute and highly contagious disease that is most commonly seen in puppies between 6 and 20 weeks. The virus attacks white blood cells, intestinal tract, heart muscles and any rapidly reproducing cell. The virus will attack the vital organs until the organs become non-functional. The virus is transmitted by oral contact with [...]
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Frontline Plus for Dogs

Frontline Plus uses fipronil and (S)-methoprene, and together the combo sticks to your dog’s oil glands and distributes continuously for 30 days. Fipronil kills the adult fleas and ticks, and (S)-methoprene attacks the flea eggs and larvae. By stopping the cycle, Frontline Plus can stop the infestation of fleas. Fleas and ticks that com in [...]
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100% Natural Elk Antlers for Dogs

Antlers are a great chew for your dog. They don’t leave a greasy mess on your floor, nor will they stain your carpet.  And, unlike other bones, Elk antlers typically do not chip or splinter, making them safer for your dog. The elk antlers on this page are foraged, pressure-washed and cut to size. They [...]
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Dog Powered Scooters

Mushing isn’t just for Huskies, Malamutes and other sled dogs in the snow. You can teach your Pit Bull to pull a scooter, and the best part is that it’s a fun way to give your dog valuable exercise. A bored dog can be a destructive dog, whereas a well-exercised dog is a good dog. [...]
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Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

It’s important to brush your dog’s teeth as often as you can. Daily is optimal, but at least a few times a week will work. Choose a toothpaste. There are different brands and flavors of dog toothpaste. Do not use human-grade toothpaste. Choose a toothbrush. There are different styles of toothbrushes. Some look like regular [...]
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Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip dysplasia is common among among dogs that are medium to large to extra large size, which includes a large variety of dogs and dog breeds, Pit Bulls included. Basically, hip dysplasia occurs when the ball of the femur does not fit into the hip socket. The bones are formed like puzzle pieces, and if [...]
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Pit Bull Cancer and Tumors

Basically, a tumor is a lump or growth that can be either benign or malignant. Benign tumors are slow-growing; they do not invade neighboring tissues and are not usually life-threatening. Malignant tumors can be fast growing; they are potentially life-threatening and can metastasize into other areas of the body. Causes of Canine Cancer Environmental factors, [...]
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Grain Free Dog Treats

There are different types of grains that can be found in dog foods and treats. For dogs with am adrenal gland or kidney disorder it’s sometimes recommended to avoid foods with grains, as it can be hard for the body to break it down. There are even a few dogs who have grain allergies. In [...]
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Dog in Heat

If you haven’t gotten your female dog spayed, she will go into heat. If your dog hasn’t had her first heat yet, you will want to be prepared. At what age will my dog have her first heat? She may have her first heat anywhere between 6 months and 24 months, so make sure you [...]
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