If you're a pet owner, ticks are not a new concept for you. The little parasites will suck on your pet's blood and if you are not observant you may miss the signs entirely. It is not an uncommon occurrence for your dog to get ticks.
The first time I heard my puppy cough, it frightened me. I wasn't sure if the noise I had just heard was coming from my sweet 3-week old bundle of cuddles. But it was alarming and made me look for my vet's number immediately. It was the first time I had heard her cough, but it was unnerving for me.
You must know what to look out for to keep your dog healthy. Being observant can help you spot potentially problematic issues early on. Certain signs show that your dog may be experiencing respiratory distress. Like my Fifi, your dog may be drooling a little more than usual and this may be accompanied by choking.
Is your dog scratching his or her ears a little too much? It may not seem like much of an issue until the action begins to injure the dog.
Our experiences though seemingly unique tend to be interwoven. As such it is important that we make it clear that we care.
Dogs, just like people have health needs and these escalate towards the time when they have to give birth. You must know your options so you can help your dog through labor.