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Latest Dog Health Articles
Spring health tips
Dogs tend to love spring because they get to spend more time outdoors.
Dog obesity and fat dogs — A growing health problem
Obesity is one of the fastest growing canine health problems. Read a vet's advice on dog diet and exercise.
Should you kiss your dog?
While humans may love getting those doggie kisses as a sign of affection, we could also be getting a lot more than meets the eye...
A dog’s behavior and health—are they connected?
How to know if a dog's behavior problems are caused by health issues.
You, your dog, and disease
Most diseases do not pass between dogs and humans or vice versa, but here are four that do, and what you can do to avoid them.
Did somebody say ‘V-E-T’?
Does your dog panic over trips to the vet? Here are some tips to make it an easier experience for both of you.
Dog size and lifespan: When bigger isn’t better
You may have noticed that smaller dogs live longer than larger dogs, but now scientists think they may be onto the reasons why.
A dog owner’s guide to a healthy heart
Dr. Hank Cerny offers a few simple steps you can take to ensure that your dog has a healthy heart
What to do if your dog eats something it shouldn’t
Despite our best intentions, our dogs will occasionally get into something they shouldn’t. Here’s what to do if that happens.
Things my dog ate
Dogs eat the darndest things — and here are some examples from our readers that you won’t believe.
How to remove pet odors and stains from your car
Pets enjoy road trips as much as people, but the problem is that they are not able to express their needs in the same way.
How to care for newborn puppies
Canine mothers instinctively know what to do for their puppies. Here are some pointers for the humans.
Hypoallergenic dogs: Not so allergy friendly?
Many families have turned to so-called hypoallergenic dog breeds to prevent reactions, but a new study indicates that they may be no different than any other breed.
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