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My Dog Might Be In Pain 15 Signs To Look For Part 4

Is Your Dog In Pain?

What We Learned in ‘Pain 15 Signs’ Parts 1 to 3

The previous three articles dedicated to My Dog Might Be In Pain 15 Signs To Look For touched on signs of pain related to reduced activities, reluctance to...Read More »


Make Time To Exercise Dog

Exercise Dog = Good For You

Dogs need exercise to stimulate them mentally as well as to burn off excess energy. If they don’t get the exercise they need, they can gain weight, act out, show anxiety or demand constant attention from their owners. Besides, imagine if you could only leave...Read More »


My Dog Might Be In Pain 15 Signs To Look For Part 3

is your dog in pain?

My dog might be in pain continued from last week…

Pain signs from parts 1 and 2 include reluctance to walk on slippery surfaces and negotiate stairs, becoming selective about what to jump up on or down from, and getting...Read More »


My Dog Might Be In Pain 15 Signs to Look For Part 2

My Dog Might Be In Pain Continued from last week…

Is your dog in pain? The previous article of this series covered reluctance to walk on slippery surfaces and reluctance to negotiate stairs.

Since they can’t tell us…

3)  Your dog is becoming selective about what to jump up on or down from....Read More »


My Dog Might Be In Pain 15 Signs to Look For Part 1

Your dog can’t tell us …

Several times a day I wish I could ask my dog patients this simple question.  It sure would make the decision of when to bring your pet to your veterinarian simple (and my job a lot easier!).  Since we can’t, this series of articles...Read More »


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