Dogs Articles31: Epulis - Mouth/Oral Tumor in Dogs
Epulis is the most common type of benign or non-cancerous tumor in dog's mouth.
32: Acute Renal Kidney Failure in Dogs
Acute renal failure or ARF is characterized by a rapid onset of renal insufficiency/failure, reduction in glomerular filtration rate and renal plasma flow, and the clinical and biochemical aftermath o
33: Practical Dog Travel Tips
Are you planning to travel with your dog this coming vacation? A little homework and preparation can do wonders in making your travel with your pet a lot more fun and hassle-free.
34: Dilated Cardiomyopathy - Heart Failure In Dogs
Cardiomyopathy refers to disease of the heart muscle (the myocardium) without malformation of the heart or its valves. Dilated cardiomyopathy is not the most common cause of heart failure in dogs in general. The most commonly affected breeds are Boxers, Doberman Pinschers, and Great danes...
35: Craniomandibular Osteopathy Dog Bone Disorder
Craniomandibular osteopathy (CMO) is a non-cancerous dog bone disorder that exclusively affects the bones of the head in dogs, usually in on the lower jaw bone (ramus of the mandible) or over the angle of the mandible and tympanic bulla. CMO is a developmental disease in dogs causing extensive bony changes in the mandible and skull. It is also called mandibular periostitis, temporomandibular osteodystrophy or "lion jaw."
36: Important Information About Breeding Dogs For Amateurs
Dogs are particularly sensitive creatures that need to be handled with the utmost care if you are going to get the best out of them. Dog training is a guaranteed way of ensuring that you and your dog co exist in harmony. Without the proper training, your dog can be a constant source of frustration to you.
37: A Startling Fact About How To Train Your Dog
Puppies usually have an annoying tendency to chomp on household items. Not training your puppy can lead to a trail of torn up chairs and pillows in its wake. Teaching a dog not to chew on household items is a part of dog training.
38: The Best Approach in Dog Training
There is a point in a puppy’s life that it develops a sudden fear of strangers. Usually, puppies are extremely trustful between three to five weeks of age. At about six weeks of age, puppies start to shy away from people or things they aren’t used to.
39: Panosteitis Dog Bone Disease
As dogs grown, owners should specifically observe some changes and possible diseases that may occur in their fast growing dogs. One of most common sign is limping, and it can be caused by several problems associated with bones and bone growth. One of most common dog bone disease is Panosteitis or "Pano". Panosteitis is also referred to as growing pains and wandering leg lameness....
40: Dog Training Tips That Is Important For You to Know
Scientific studies show that puppies respond to external touch when they are in their mother’s womb. A puppy can be studied extensively while it is still in its mother’s womb from as early as the fourth week of gestation. It has been propounded that a puppy has a profound sense of touch even as a fetus due to its highly developed motor skills.
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