As a pet parent, you already know that one of your biggest responsibilities is making sure your dog is healthy.
Peering down to examine your dog’s bowel movements on your morning walk isn’t the most glamorous, but start paying attention:
While they may not be as severe as peanuts at a preschool birthday party, dog allergies are still a cause for concern. Roughly 10% of allergies in dogs are food-related and can manifest themselves in a variety of symptoms, from itchy paws and skin problems to digestive and respiratory issues. While finding the culprit can be a prolonged process, identifying (and avoiding) an allergen will provide your pup with much needed relief.
If your dog is eating a nutritionally complete and balanced diet, he’ll never go hungry in between meals. Still, everyone
You may live for your grandma’s garlic bread, but sharing a piece with your dog can have lethal consequences. Ignore
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