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12 amazing herbal remedies for kennel cough in dogs

  It's time to know the herbal remedies which can cure your dog suffering from kennel cough   In my previous poor I discussed kennel cough, the causes, and symptoms of the same. In this post, I will discuss the herbal remedies which can prevent Kennel cough in your dog.   Kennel cough is just like the common cold in dogs. It can infect your dog if he/she comes is contact with any other dog. Kennel cough can infect your dog if your dog cones ins direct contact with an infected dog-like touching noses, using contaminated surfaces like water, food or food bowl or even by touching noses or droplet. Kennel cough sounds like a dreadful disease. However, it is fairly treatable. Have a discussion with your veterinarian regarding the herbal remedies and your dog's current condition before administering any of them to your dogs. If the condition persists, call your veterinarian immediately.. 1.      Add probiotics to your dog's diet:  Probiotics are not only good for your dog

Why is your dog vomiting and how to prevent the same?

If your dog is puking, you are probably very concerned and want to know what to do next. Read the full blog post to understand the causes and preventive measures of the same. Vomiting is not uncommon in dogs. Some of the reasons behind dog’s vomiting is nothing to worry about. However, if the vomiting is a sign of a serious health problem, you may need immediate veterinary care. Some dogs may vomit from time to time depending on the situation, however, if your dog is big repeatedly vomiting, it deserves your attention. Your dog’s vomiting can have a look of a clear liquid or it maybe of white, yellow, or brown color. It may or may not be frothy. Read on to find out the potential reasons behind vomiting in dogs and how to prevent the same In this guide, you will be acquainted with the different kinds of dog vomiting, what are the causes behind them and when should you call your vet. First, you need to understand, whether your dog is vomiting or regurgitating The primary thing t

How can you stop your dog from eating poop?

What are the steps to be taken to stop your dog from eating poop? If you are reading this post, you have a dog who likes to eat poop. Try out the following amazing tips to correct and stop your dog from eating poop. Most commonly, your dog eats poop due to malnourishment. You can do the following to improve your dog’s nourishment and reduce the poop eating behavior: Enzyme supplementation The current canine diet which is commercially available has a high level of carbohydrates and low levels of need-based proteins and fats which were a part of the canine ancestor's diet, thus supplement your dog's food with liver enzymes and other biological enzymes that might be needed. Vitamin supplementation The most common reason why dogs eat their feces is due to a lack of vitamins in their diet. A dog multivitamin can be very helpful in such a case. Vitamin B deficiency specifically has been observed to be a prime suspect and there have been studies to even back this observation

Why do dogs eat poop?

Does your dog eat his own poop?  Fear not, you will find all your answers to how to discourage this behavior here. Keep reading all the way to the end.

Kennel cough in dogs: causes and symptoms

Kennel cough in dogs: its dreadful but treatable Does your dog show symptoms of hacking away or is constantly making noises which sounds like he/she is choking on something?? If yes, then your pup maybe suffering from canine infectious tracheal bronchitis or kennel cough. Kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease. Dogs normally contract kennel cough via places where there are large amounts of dog congregates like daycare or boarding facilities, training groups, dog shows, and dog parks. Kennel cough can be spread to other dogs by either a direct contact like touching noses, droplets, or by use of contaminated surfaces like food, water, or water bowl. Even though kennel cough sounds like a dreadful disease, it is fairly treatable. However, if the disease affects immunocompromised dogs or young puppies (younger than six months) it can present in a severe manner and is difficult to treat. What causes kennel cough in dogs? Kennel cough can be caused by many typ

15 amazing ways to spend Valentine's Day with your pooch

This year spend Valentine’s Day with your dogs and make it extra special for all of you.