You described a situation, but neglected to give us a question to answer. So, my answer is - I have no idea. Is there anything going on in your house or in the neighborhood that is causing your dog to feel anxious? I wouldn't worry about it unless her eating habits change. Then it would … Read more
Your pup is gulping water which will cause saliva around the mouth or in the bowl.
Some is as long as it is given in the correct dose. Here is a link to an article that may help you.
Do you mean you want to use a hemp rope to tie them up? Hemp ropes are normally fairly heavy, and would probably only be good on very large dogs. Plus it is very rough,, might cause skin irritation.
I would definitely consult a vet .. the concern is if it gets stuck in the intestines .. Get some professional advise.
As always, should you have a medical emergency with your pet, call your Vet's office for help. That's what they are there for.
Rooster ate your apple. Gotta watch that guy when he's around your food. It will disappear fast.
There are lots of effective home remedies for treating hematoma and one of them is cabbage. It can become one of the most incredible treatments thanks to its anti-inflammatory compounds. To apply, you should follow these steps:
- Squeeze out a cabbage leave to extract the juice.
- Soak a cotton ball in the … Read more
Yep, of course!
Here are some natural methods easy to follow at home to treat hematoma on your pets:
1. Roll the Egg: you need to boil the egg then roll up quickly on the bruises and hematoma areas when it is still hot. It will create pressure to suck the black blood into the heart of … Read more
Diabetes can be regulated by daily insulin injections and diet control. Unfortunately, oral medications that have been developed for treating diabetes have proven ineffective for dogs. Every pet is different, so a specific course of treatment will need to be prescribed by your veterinarian. Insulin treatment is usually based on weight, but weekly glucose curves … Read more
My first three dogs have had it done. They were having some other procedure done and the teeth were done while they were already under anesthesia. They have never had any problems afterwards. I have Boxers which unfortunately have a tendency to grow epuli or gingival hyperplasia. Both are benign growths on the gums. If … Read more
Yes, My pet human needs his teeth clean every day because they are so weak.
No problems for my dog, the only risk was the anaesthesia. Dental disease in dogs, not only causes rotten teeth and bad gums but the bacteria can also get into the bloodstream and infect vital organs, it is associated with heart disease so teeth cleaning is important.
My 5 year old dog is a very aggressive chewer. My vet suggested a few things for her to chew that will clean her teeth but won't harm her teeth. She has an underbite so she doesn't chew with her front teeth. I brush her front teeth every night with dog toothpaste. So far she … Read more
Yes, Hunter has had that done a couple of times and even removed a couple of bad ones. Never had any problems at all.
No, and that male dog needs to go to the vet ASAP!