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your dog may be depressed if she had a strong connection with the cat in my opinion you should take her the the vets asap as it could be somthing alot more serious

Dogs | Answered on Oct 06, 2018


There aresome foods that we humans eat that dogs can eat as well. Such food consists ofyogurt, flax seeds, apples, oatmeal, bananas, and more. For more information,check out these websites: http://www.pawposse.com/what-human-food-can-dogs-eat/blog-297/and http://www.pawnation.com/2010/07/28/10-human-foods-dogs-can-eat

Dogs | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


The vitaminsand minerals that are essential to dogs include: calcium, copper, Iron, Iodine,Zinc Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12. For moreinformation on how these vitamins and minerals are essential for dogs, go tothis website: http://www.vitaminsandminerals.net/blog/10-essential-vitamins-and-minerals-for-dogs/

Dogs | Answered on Oct 05, 2018


Dog stool normally contains some mucus, but excessive amount of mucus in the stool may indicate a medical condition and will need medical attention.
If your dog has mucus in the stool, this is what you can expect to happen next:
Medication: A small amount of mucus in the stool of a dog who is otherwise feeling fine (eating well, happy, active, no diarrhea, etc.) does not require treatment with medications, but a probiotic supplement may help. More severe cases will require medical therapy that varies with the underlying cause.
Diet: Sometimes switching to a highly digestible diet or adding additional fiber to the diet will help dogs with mucus in the stool. Boiled white meat chicken (no skin or bones), white rice, and a teaspoon to a tablespoon (depending on the size of the dog) of canned pumpkin is a good, homemade option that can be safely fed for a few days.
When abnormal amounts of mucus appear in a dog's stool over an extended period of time, your veterinarian will need to look for an underlying cause. He or she will collect a complete health history, perform a physical exam, and then may want to run some combination of the following tests:
  • ***** examinations
  • Blood chemistry panel
  • Complete blood cell count
  • A urinalysis
  • Abdominal x-rays
  • Endoscopy
  • Biopsy of the intestinal tract

Dogs | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


Dog stool normally contains some mucus, but excessive amount of mucus in the stool may indicate a medical condition and will need medical attention.
If your dog has mucus in the stool, this is what you can expect to happen next:
Medication: A small amount of mucus in the stool of a dog who is otherwise feeling fine (eating well, happy, active, no diarrhea, etc.) does not require treatment with medications, but a probiotic supplement may help. More severe cases will require medical therapy that varies with the underlying cause.
Diet: Sometimes switching to a highly digestible diet or adding additional fiber to the diet will help dogs with mucus in the stool. Boiled white meat chicken (no skin or bones), white rice, and a teaspoon to a tablespoon (depending on the size of the dog) of canned pumpkin is a good, homemade option that can be safely fed for a few days.
When abnormal amounts of mucus appear in a dog's stool over an extended period of time, your veterinarian will need to look for an underlying cause. He or she will collect a complete health history, perform a physical exam, and then may want to run some combination of the following tests:
  • ***** examinations
  • Blood chemistry panel
  • Complete blood cell count
  • A urinalysis
  • Abdominal x-rays
  • Endoscopy
  • Biopsy of the intestinal tract

Dogs | Answered on Oct 02, 2018


Wait until next spring Victoria

Dogs | Answered on Jul 30, 2018


Hello, Jeffrey -

Your dog is ill. Contact your veterinarian, tell the person answering the phone call what you have observed about your Maltese, and ask for an appointment TODAY.

Best wishes.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 21, 2018


try animal shelters in your local area .
Search for animal shelter {where ever you live ?} in search engine on the internet eg google .
They usually have abandoned dogs for sale

Dogs | Answered on Jul 02, 2018


Gomto a Vet.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 02, 2018


Hello, Emmie -

I am answering from the USA. These are all I could find being sold in South Africa:

Bake A Bone
https://www.pricecheck.co.za/offers/107015027/E.+Mishan+%26+Sons+-+Pet+Products+Bake-a-bone+The+Original+Dog+Treat+Maker

Sunbeam Gourmet Dog Treat Maker
https://www.pricecheck.co.za/offers/104156668/Sunbeam+Gourmet+Dog+Treat+Maker+Non-stick+Electric+Bone-shape+Recipe+Pet+Biscuit

However, upon looking further, neither of those products are available / in stock.

I did find a cookbook of dog treat recipes which may interest you:
You Bake 'Em Dog Biscuits Cookbook, by Janine Adams
http://www.loot.co.za/product/janine-adams-you-bake-em-dog-biscuits-cookbook/glrn-337-ga30

Best wishes.

Dogs | Answered on Jun 22, 2018


they are only for training,you should be all done training in 30 days,contact the company or replace the batteries

Dogs | Answered on Jun 17, 2018


a vet problem
It would suggest that the female has a health problem and is not on heat as indicated

Dogs | Answered on Jun 14, 2018


-I believe this time of the year. It's not time for dog to be interested to each other yet.


Good luck


Mai

Dogs | Answered on Jun 14, 2018


i think hunting dog breeds like beagle are best for that

Dogs | Answered on May 20, 2018

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