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by Jordan Ashley - Canine Expert & Writer
From time to time, pretty much every dog pants. In cartoons it's the sign of a hungry dog, waiting for a comically sized piece of meat. In real life though, dogs pant for a variety of reasons. Most often, it's just to cool down. Although for a dog panting at night, anxiety might be the issue.
As a dog owner, the safety and wellbeing of your pet is a top priority. Some of the signs a dog is in pain are easy to spot, such as limping or a visible wound. But other signs of pain may be more difficult to identify.
In this post, we'll take a look at 7 of the most common warning signs a dog is in pain. Keep an eye out for these to make sure your buddy doesn't suffer in silence.
Dog joint pain can be an extreme annoyance. In fact, some dogs may not want to move at all due to their pain. Just like humans getting these pains all the time's dogs can suffer from their joints aching all the time.
Because SitStay is all about good healthy dogs, we have many people ask us all the time about a variety of supplements for their dogs. One of the most common that comes up is coconut oil for dogs. Many of our customers want to know if coconut oil is good for dogs.
To help, we've decided to put together the best guide out there to answer all of your questions about coconut oil for dogs.
The more research that is done on CBD and CBD oil for dogs, the more it seems capable of revolutionizing medicine as we know it. With that being said there is still plenty unknown and research is still being done all the time, So what do we know?
Has your dog recently been diagnosed with a bacterial infection? Quickly noticing that there is something wrong with your dog will help you be able to fix these issues and get your dog back to its normal healthy and happy life.
Erica has worked in the veterinary field since 2006, starting out as a veterinary technician before graduating from the UF College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. As a general practitioner in an animal hospital, she has many interests and is especially interested in dermatology, cardiology, internal and integrative medicine.See Profile
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Nicole is a professional dog trainer who has been in the business for about 5 years. She has two dogs of her own. Both of her dogs are rescues who came to her with their own set of issues. Working with troubled dogs is where her passion for dog training started. Nicole specializes in off-leash obedience.See Profile