Inspiratory paroxyalal breathing or 'reversed sneezing', a quick short inhalation of a lot of air, is in principle not a problem. It sounds like a repeated, persistent snore. It sounds strange, but it is very normal Reverse sneezing An irritation to the soft palate and the … [Read more...] about Reverse sneeze or reverse sneezing with your dog
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Canine parvovirus is an acute illness, which means that symptoms develop suddenly, usually within 3–10 days of exposure. In most cases, dogs that are infected with the virus do not develop the disease (called asymptomatic infection). Canine parvovirus often is fatal in puppies. … [Read more...] about Signs and Symptoms of Canine Parvovirus
During sleep, the brain processes the events of the day and the body can settle down so that we can function properly the next day. Sleep is of great importance to dogs (as with humans). It ensures that they remain physically and mentally healthy. What exactly is sleep … [Read more...] about The importance of sleep in dogs
High in fat and cholesterol (both excellent sources of canine energy), eggs are also high in calories that can pile up with too many of these golden globules. Diet is important in coat care, and with care, eggs yolks can be liquid gold for dogs. Egg-zactly If your dog's … [Read more...] about Do Egg Yolks Make a Dog’s Coat Better ?
In nuts, besides being caloric, they also contain a lot of good unsaturated fats. Eating different types of nuts can be a good addition to your daily nutritional needs. There is also a big difference between both salted and unsalted nuts. For answers to all your questions, read … [Read more...] about Can a Dog Eat Nuts ?