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Most dogs with vision loss and blindness experience a gradual loss of vision over time. But for some, the loss of vision can be rapid and sudden. Watch your dog closely to see if he displays any of these signs of vision loss. And if they do, seek immediate veterinary care.
Hot pavement can and will burn a dog's paws. So what can be done to protect your dog's paws? Here are 10 tips to keep your dog from getting burned this summer.
It can be tempting to take your dog everywhere you go, but it can cause serious harm to your dog if you are not careful. Remember that if asphalt and cement can get hot enough to cook an egg during the summer, it can result in nasty burns on your dog's paw pads. This is especially true if you have a new puppy with tender young paws.</p><p>So what can be done to protect your dog's paws? Here are 10 tips to keep your dog or puppy from getting burned this summer.
Do you know what food is really harmful for your dog? Probably the stuff you're feeding her now. How do I know? Because the worst dog foods are the most popular ones on the market. They're advertised on TV and they're all over supermarket and pharmacy shelves. Some of them are even for sale in your vet's office! I can't blame you for buying these foods, they've been foisted on you; they're everwhere you look! But, really, you should avoid them, because...