Dog Health

A dog can’t tell you when he needs to go to the doggy doctor, but any subtle change in a dog’s behavior could be an indicator of a health problem. This section holds all our dog health articles, to make it easy and quick for you to find what you need.

Dogs are very good at hiding their pain and discomfort, and there are often no signs at all until the disease or condition has reached a more critical state. Therefore, it is crucial to take your dog to the vet for regular check-ups, even when you think your dog is healthy, and to educate yourself on the potential health risks your pups might come to face at some point in their lives. This is where our dog health articles can be helpful.

These are some of the topics you can read about in this section:
+ Genetic health issues.
+ Breeds prone to certain diseases.
+ Warning signs and symptoms.
+ How to keep your dog healthy.
+ A dog’s nutritional requirements.
+ Learning to identify a good dog food.
+ What dogs can and can’t eat.
+ Age-related health issues.

…And much more. Every decision we make for our dogs can affect their health, such as the dog food we feed, how much exercise our dogs get and how often we choose to take them to the vet for routine checks.

Dog Health Related Articles

The best way to prevent a canine health crisis is to catch any budding issue in its early stages. Only a licensed veterinarian can (and should) diagnose your dog, but it is up to every owner to be vigilant of the signs and symptoms that could indicate a problem with your dog’s health. Our dog health articles are written and published to help you understand a condition with which your dog has already been diagnosed or to inform you of the typical symptoms associated with a known canine illness. We advise against self-diagnosing your dog, and any concerns should be brought up with a veterinarian.

About Our Dog Health Articles:

The dog health articles you find in this section are strictly for informative purposes and are not meant to be used for self-diagnosing a dog, or to in any way replace a diagnose by an experienced veterinarian. You know your dog better than anyone else, and if something seems off – chances are your pup needs to be taken to the vet for a check-up.