According to petmd.com there are over 160 different types of skin disorders for dogs. Skin conditions can range from bacterial, fungal, parasitic, hormonal and allergies. With dog skin care issues becoming more common, dogIDs wanted to take a minute to explain some of these conditions and how to treat them.
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Recently a customer shared photos of their new Soft Grip ScruffTag collars that had a very unique engraving about Mega E, or Megaesophagus in dogs.
Megaesophagus- the food regurgitation disease- is common in dogs, humans, cats and horses and is a fatal disease if it’s not properly managed.
The good news is that you can manage it and your pup will lead a happy life!
It is critical though that your neighbors, friends, family and any other humans that could come in contact with your dog are aware that he/she has Megaesophagus. An easy way to do that is by putting a message on his/her dog collar or medical tag, asking to please not be fed or given water and saying that he/she has Megaesophagus. Sadly, your pup can not be snuck any treats at the dinner table, or given water by a neighbor. [Read more…]
Making homemade dog food recipes is becoming more popular. There are several reasons that people want to try a new dog food, or new food preparation for their dog. Some of those factors include your dog being sick, has IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). If your dog fits into these categories then switching from store bought food might be your answer.
Making homemade dog food is becoming more popular, so we thought it would be valuable to add some of our four favorite recipes. If you like them, please let us know, we’d love to hear your feedback!!
I lived in Fargo, N.D., for 10 years, so I get it.
When it’s cold – I mean really cold! – you aren’t as motivated to walk your dog! Heck, your dog might not even want to be outside.
Still, it’s difficult to live with a rambunctious pup who’s not getting the exercise he needs when the temperature doesn’t get above zero all month. Anyone dealing with that right now? 🙂
Here are some ideas to help exercise your dog when the weather is … well, brutal.