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Best Dog Food For Working Dogs

Best Dog Food For Working Dogs

Dog Health, The Best Dog Food
Best Dog Food For Working Dogs Finding the Best Dog Food For Working Dogs is always a challenge as working dogs need a very specific diet. What does that mean? Instead of regular dogs, working dogs need a lot more fatty acids, proteins and they need to stay away from large amounts of carbs. Simply put, nutrient quality is crucial here and it’s important to figure out what foods are suitable for the working dog and how much you should feed them. The working dog needs to have around 20-30% protein from his food. Vitamins, fatty acids and even a little bit of carbs will be ok. Just try to avoid overdoing this and you will be just fine. It’s important to understand that properly as otherwise there will be…
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Dog Food Allergy Symptoms

Dog Food Allergy Symptoms

Dog Health
[caption id="attachment_853" align="alignleft" width="323"] A veterinarian checking a dog for allergies.[/caption] Dog Food Allergy Symptoms and What You Need To Know Dog food allergy symptoms can be detected in dogs in many different ways. One of the best ways to observe these symptoms is to keep a close watch on your dog for subtle changes. Changes can occur in your dog’s coat or skin and may be in their behavior. Often, dogs that suffer from food allergy symptoms become lethargic. If the allergen is not dealt with, the symptoms will likely deteriorate. In most cases, dogs start off with additional licking and scratching and over time, this may lead to hair loss around the eyes and muzzle. Other dogs may shake their heads more often than normal which can be…
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Dogs Skin Problems and Some Remedies

Dogs Skin Problems and Some Remedies

Dog Health
Dogs Skin Problems and What To Do About It Dogs skin problems occur as a result of fungi, fleas, dry skin, allergies, mites, and mange, originating from hereditary and parasitic skin problems. However, most of these conditions can easily be treated, while others may cause a dangerous underlying condition if not quickly diagnosed. Parasitical problems are one of the most common problems your dogs have to contend with. It is usually caused by fleas and mites which attach itself to the dog’s skin and suck out blood. The end result is, causing the dog to keep scratching until it has open wounds. This turns out to be a major bacterial skin problem when infection sets in on the scar. Hereditary skin problems are difficult to diagnose, yet, they have a distinct…
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Dog Itching Remedies

Dog Itching Remedies

Dog Health
Dog Itching Remedies and What We Found Helps Here are some dog itching remedies for you to consider.  One of the biggest issues owners can face, is when your friend starts scratching and won't stop.  It can truly be a very frustrating problem for both parties and can start and stop after only a few weeks.  But, it can also carry on for weeks on end if nothing is done about it. The cause can range from very mild to, health problems that need to be checked by your veterinarian.  Whatever the cause, it's best not to ever ignore when their skin is irritated. Far too many pet owners ignore these skin related issues, until it's too late and has grown into an infection or is all over their paws or…
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Is Your Dog Not Eating?  Here are some Reasons why.

Is Your Dog Not Eating? Here are some Reasons why.

Dog Health
Dog Not Eating At All Is your dog not eating at all?  Every now and again people ask why their dog is not eating and there could be a whole host of reasons as to why.  These can range from a simple issue all the way to a severe health problem.  The critical thing to do if this happens to your dog is to troubleshoot the issue and see if you can remedy the problem. Far too many dog owners just throw up their hands in frustration, and many become mean about it.  It does not help your dog in any way and can have detrimental effects on your dogs well being. Also, if you find your self-becoming increasingly frustrated in this type of situation, then it's important to seek…
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