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The Importance of Walking Your Dog

The Importance of Walking Your Dog

Walking your dog is about so much more than just “potty breaks.” Walking your dog provides mental stimulation, physical exercise, chances for socialization, and opportunities for behavioral training. Moreover, it gets both of you out and about while helping to grow the bond you have with your dog. Walking Provides Exercise and Mental Stimulation Walking […] Read More

The Dog’s Sense of Smell

The Dog’s Sense of Smell

What accounts for the dog’s superior sense of smell? A dog’s nose is wet and is therefore better able to capture scent particles. A dog’s nose has two airways​—one for breathing, another for smelling. When a dog sniffs, air is directed to the part of the nasal cavity that contains scent receptors. A dog’s olfactory […] Read More

The Dog’s Sense of Smell

What accounts for the dog’s superior sense of smell? A dog’s nose is wet and is therefore better able to capture scent particles. A dog’s nose has two airways​—one for breathing, another for smelling. When a dog sniffs, air is directed to the part of the nasal cavity that contains scent receptors. A dog’s olfactory […] Read More

PARVO IN DOGS the article and image are credited to petmd.com&researchgate.com respectively

PARVO IN DOGS the article and image are credited to petmd.com&researchgate.com respectively

The canine parvovirus (CPV) infection is a highly contagious viral illness that affects dogs. The virus manifests itself in two different forms.   The more common form is the intestinal form, which is characterized by vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss and lack of appetite (anorexia). The less common form is the cardiac form, which attacks the […] Read More

How To Tell When Your Dog Is Dehydrated credited to allthingswoof.com

There are several different reasons dogs lose water from their body. A few ways this can happen is through panting, urinating, and evaporation through the feet and other body surfaces. Obviously, dogs replenish their fluids by drinking water or other liquids, and also by eating moist foods. Even a relatively small drop in their water […] Read More

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