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In short: Yes, dogs do get colds, but these are not the same as human colds. Dog colds may go away on their own if your dog’s immune system is strong enough. However, it is advised to take care of your dog the same way you would care…

In a nutshell: Dog dandruff is just as troubling as human dandruff. Some of the causes might differ but home care and additional trips to the vet will go a long way in ensuring your dog’s skin isn’t flaky. Regular grooming baths and fatty acid supplements to the…

In short: Colitis is an irritation or inflammation of the colon or large intestines. This results in a host of issues, like diarrhea, pain, difficulty defecating, and a lot of discomforts. With proper treatment, after determining the exact cause of the condition, you can avoid recurrent cases of…

In a nutshell: While there are numerous reasons why your dog is shaking, it is vital to pay close attention to the symptoms and behavior of your canine friend. If the trembling is accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea, and high fever, it could be a viral disease requiring urgent…

What this post will teach you: Regardless of what is causing your cat to be in pain, don’t just self-diagnose it. Don’t give your cat painkillers intended for human consumption either. Always consult with your vet. If you already know the reason why your cat is in pain…

In a nutshell: Dogs can get high from accidental ingestion, experimental administration, a contact high from exposure to marijuana or eating cannabis edibles.Seek immediate medical support if your dog ingests marijuana, as most pets recover well.Feeding pets with edibles made for human consumption may contain high THC and…

There is nothing more devastating and alarming to know or suspect that your dog has cancer. Will your dog survive? How severe is the treatment going to be? How much is it going to cost? So many questions clog your mind and could leave you confused. Although there…

Let’s talk about bad breath in dogs Have you noticed bad breath in your dogs? Well, you are not alone. While you may have tried to maintain excellent hygiene for the pet, there are times that the dreadful breath will not go away. This bad smell can affect…