gastrointestinal tract or an allergic
Joint problems cause the dog great discomfort and adversely affect her life in general. When experiencing pain, the dog loses its inherent mobility and cheerfulness. Without timely treatment, the disease will become more severe. As with all health cases, the problem is easier to prevent than to treat. Let’s look at how to protect the dog’s joints.
Joint diseases in dogs
There are many diseases of the joints, and they all manifest themselves in different ways.
It is not necessary that a dog with a diseased joint will howl from pain and cannot rely on a sore limb. In the early stages, problems with joints can not be suspected: the dog simply loses its inherent activity, lies more, becomes lethargic. Continue reading
When do German Shepherd ears rise? Do I need to help them? But what if only one ear rose? About this and much more in our article.
According to the breed standard, the ears of the German Shepherd are erect and spiky, set vertically and parallel to each other (not laid apart). Broken and drooping ears are unacceptable and belong to the defects of the exterior.
The exception is puppies up to three months! Their ears can be of almost all shapes and sizes: large, hanging, semi-standing, rickety, and it happens that there is only one ear. All this is normal and does not require special attention from the owner, except for a light daily massage of the auricle and providing the puppy with a balanced diet. Continue reading
The wild ancestors of dogs and cats ate raw meat – and felt great. Why are we now giving our pets dry food? Is it true that dry food provokes the development of ICD in cats? Do I need to give my dog vitamins or dietary supplements? Or maybe still choose canned food? Find out the answers to these questions from the veterinarian Irina Buyval.
Isn’t it better to feed your pets with natural food? After all, their ancestors were predators!
Yes, indeed, the ancestors of dogs and cats were predators. It is logical to assume that the best thing for a pet is a piece of raw meat. But! Continue reading