Sunday, August 11, 2019

New Dog Health and Care Articles

Attention, more dog health content


If you haven't switched to our new website yet, you have been missing out on a lot of great content. Updated weekly, mydogsymptoms.com brings new real-life stories, dog symptoms articles, and more.

New Dog Health and Care Articles


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Learn what makes a good veterinarian. Find out whether you can give your dog scrambled eggs and other people foods. Read what veterinarians have to say about diet-associated DCM in dogs.

Do you know what constitutes excessive drooling and what to make of it when your dog drools more than normal?

Are you aware of conditions other than epilepsy that can cause seizures in your dog?

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Have You Been Missing Out on New and Updated Dog Health Articles?

Have you updated your bookmark or subscription?


You might be missing out on great new and updated content that is being posted in our new location, on mydogsymptoms.com

What you missed:


Potty Accidents in Dogs: Incontinence versus UTIs

Urinary accidents in Dogs

What should you make of it when your dog starts having potty accidents? Do urinary incontinence, and urinary tract infections (UTI’s) look the same? What are the general causes of urinary accidents in dogs? Emotional causes aside, the two elemental reasons behind your dog’s urinary accidents are that they either could not hold it any longer didn’t know it was…

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Stick Injuries in Dogs: Watson’s Story

Stick Injuries in Dogs

You’re out with your dog, having fun. You bend over, pick up a stick, and throw it for your dog to fetch. Your dog happily retrieves it. Live couldn’t be better. What could go wrong? I used to throw sticks for my dogs. Until I watched JD nearly impale himself on one. He missed a chest-penetrating injury and emergency surgery…

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Swelling in Dogs: Lilly’s Lump–What Would You Do if It Was Your Dog?

Lilly's Mysterious Swelling

Regardless of the cause of your dog’s swelling, lumps, or bumps, the sooner you discover it, the better. That is why grooming and physical contact with your dog goes beyond bonding and building a relationship. Your hands can find ticks, scabs, lumps, or swelling your eyes might not see. Lilly’s mom was getting ready for a wellness exam ...

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Foot Lesions in Dogs: What Caused Gemma’s Sore Foot?

Gemma's Sore Foot

When assessing your limping dog, don’t forget to check for foot lesions or injuries. A sore foot can cause substantial lameness. While joint and muscle injuries are common, you would be surprised at the degree of lameness foot lesions, or injuries can cause in your dog. When Jasmine, who was a tough girl, had an infection on her foot ...

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Many more articles are being posted on mydogsymptoms.com weekly.



Thursday, June 13, 2019

Giveaway: Become a Rock Star of Veterinary Visits

If you missed the announcements, we have moved to a new platform, complete with a spanking new domain, mydogsymptoms.com.




Visit our new website to grab your FREE Veterinary Visit Checklists as well as to find new articles.


Are you taking your dog to a vet for a wellness exam or because they’re ill? Do you know what questions to ask your veterinarian? Do you know how to get the most out of your visit?

Get your FREE Veterinary Visit Checklists and maximize your veterinary visits.

Also, please excuse the terrible look; at the advice of our SEO guy, we switched to the "old themes" which are a complete disaster.


Related articles:
Veterinary Visit Checklist: Before the Visit
Veterinary Doorknob Questions: Before You Leave the Office

Friday, May 17, 2019

Dog Symptoms: When Is It an Emergency?

Does your dog's injury or illness call for an emergency veterinary visit?


Dogs pant. They pant when they exercise, when they are hot, they pant when they are excited. Panting is your dog’s way to cool their body. Because dogs don’t sweat like we do the only effective way they can cool themselves is by panting. All dogs do that, and it is perfectly normal.



Even if your dog looks to be in relatively good shape, some conditions are potentially life-threatening. Do you know which situations or symptoms are always an emergency?

Freshly updated article on when it is an emergency is now available at our new location at mydogsymptoms.com.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Symptoms To Watch For In Your Dog: Excessive Panting - updated

Why is my dog panting so much? 


Dogs pant. They pant when they exercise, when they are hot, they pant when they are excited. Panting is your dog’s way to cool their body. Because dogs don’t sweat like we do the only effective way they can cool themselves is by panting. All dogs do that, and it is perfectly normal.

Symptoms To Watch For In Your Dog: Excessive Panting - updated

What is normal for your dog and what are the circumstances?

If your dog’s panting doesn’t fit the typical pattern, they might be in trouble. Excessive or unexplained panting can be a symptom of a serious health issue ...

Freshly updated article on excessive panting now available at our new location at mydogsymptoms.com.

Friday, May 3, 2019

Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog: Excessive Drinking - updated

Why is my dog drinking so much? 


Since you’re asking that question, the issue isn’t really how much your dog drinks but that they are drinking more than they usually would, correct? Because it is the change that it’s significant, not necessarily the amount of water they consume.

Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog: Excessive Drinking - updated


How much water your dog needs depends on their size, diet, activity, and even the environment. There might be a perfectly natural reason for your dog to drink more, and it might be a reason for concern ...

Freshly updated article on excessive drinking now available at our new location at mydogsymptoms.com.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

We Are Moving! Bookmark Our New Location

We have exciting news. After staying put for many years, we decided it is time to move on to a WordPress blog. We are in the process of making a new home there.

What is even more exciting, our new home also comes with a new, fabulous domain--mydogsymptoms.com. How awesome is that? Much more appropriate, don't you think? We will work on redirecting visitors to the new place but to save yourself the trouble, why don't you bookmark the new blog instead?

mydogsymptoms.com


We are looking forward to seeing you there.