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Dogs with degenerative arthritis experience varying degrees of lameness, stiffness, and joint pain which is more apparent in the morning and after getting up from a nap. Although degenerative arthritis is progressive, it can be slowed down with the right tools. Therapeutic herbs can play a large role in controlling pain and inflammation as well as helping slow down the degeneration.
The herbs that I’ve included below have been proven to work for most dogs and are readily avai...
The basics – the dog with vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, and unhappy owners Inflammatory bowel disease is an immunerelated disorder in which the intestines are chronically or intermittently inflamed. A synonym, with the same abbreviation (IBD), is ‘irritable bowel disease’. Canine patients may experience vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss or a combination of any (or all) of thes...
The cause of this alopecic (hair loss) condition in dogs is unclear, but several theories have been proposed. One theory is that the disorder is caused by abnormal adrenal steroidogenesis and is a mild variant of pituitary dependent hyperadrenocorticism. Others have suggested that it may be due to growth hormone deficiency, an adrenal sex hormone imbalance, or excessive production of androgenic steroids by the adrenal glands. Current theories suggest tha...
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I think the best thing you can do is to slowly bring her to dog runs and make friends with people who have breeds about the same size. Slowly introduce her to them on play dates. Maybe choo...
He gets "sweaty" and flakes a lot.
Anyone has a good vet who specialised in dog dermatology that you can recommend ?