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OTC pain
According to Redding and Papurt, aspirin is the "best and safest choice of currently available non-prescription NSAIDSs for dog." [The previous statement is made based on a comparison of 4 common NSAIDS -- (1) acetylsalicylic acid (i.e., aspirin), (2) acetaminophen (Tylenol), (3) Ibuprofen (i.e., Motrin, Advil which is highly toxic to cats) and (4) Naproxen (Aleve) the safety of which has not been established in dogs.]
Feeding Puppies
What food do you feed your puppies? For how long? And WHY???
Immune Mediated Polyarthritis (IMPA)
The most prevalent no identifiable cause diagnosed by exclusion-all other types have to be ruled out first. Young dogs of two to five years, particularly sporting breeds and large breeds are prone to cyclic fevers, stiffness and lameness typical of idiopathic polyarthritis. In some cases, neck pain is the only symptom that affected dogs exhibit.
Vaccinations for and against
poison control
poison control
Ingesting non-food items / pica
Dogs and cats will sometimes eat socks, rocks or other objects
One of the most controversial issues in veterinary science today concerns vaccinations.
New Hope for Anemic Dogs
New Hope for Anemic Dogs Morris Animal Foundation, Animal News, Volume 5 Number 4 Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) is a rare but frequently fatal blood disorder affecting mainly middle-aged female dogs.
Longer Lives for Dogs with Kidney Disease
Longer Lives for Dogs with Kidney Disease From the Morris Animal Foundation's "Animal News", Volume 5 Number 4

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