Dog Health Articles: Problems, Issues & Tips

There’s a right weight range for every age and breed of dog. Excessive weight gain can mean there’s an issue with your puppy, but the cause is usually always the same: your puppy is eating too much…
Sometimes it can be hard to get a dog to eat his complete and balanced dog food. However, there is a big difference between a dog who is a finicky eater, and one who stops eating altogether. Follow these tips to make sure that your dog is getting the nutrition he needs from the proper place- his dog food.
When your dog is healthy, his poop shows it. It can be large, firm and range in shades of brown. A sudden change, like blood in your dog’s stool, tells you something is wrong. Keep reading to learn how you can spot health problems simply by looking at your dog’s poop.
Although average healthy weight is different for each breed of dog, checking their body condition can quickly show you if your dog's weight is unhealthy.
Learn how to help prevent diabetes for your dog.
Here are 3 simple ways to help you accurately gauge your dog's correct weight.
Most dogs are good at controlling their body temperatures, except in stressful situations. Be aware of the signs of overheating in your dog so you can avoid problems.
Learn the signs and symptoms of a troubled digestive tract, and what you can do to help.
Learn what you can do to promote your dog's dental needs.
Dogs’ paws are designed to withstand a lot of wear and tear but are not impenetrable. Learn how to check your dog for paw pad injuries.
It’s easy to determine if your dog is overweight or your cat is obese. Follow these three steps to do a body score check at home.
Dogs without proper hydration during workouts are at risk of heat stress. Learn why your dog's water requirements may double when exercising in warm temperatures.