Dogs Are Good Healers

Ever heard about this? This is a known fact and I would say that I can relate to it. They are good healers as in if their pet owner is not feeling well or in under certain depression or is having anxiety attacks- they simply come close to their owners and take their negativity vibes as well as toxins that their owners release. This way, the pet owners recover from their illnesses.

I can relate to this as I have felt the recovery and I hope people who have faced this similar situation would agree to this statement.

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Did You Know!

We shall be now doing content where we would be covering all what you didn’t know about Pets and their stuff.

Did You Know topic is all about everything and anything that you might want to know or learn about and it may have some information that you would find it important for your Pets.

Learning never ends, this is what I have learned from life. It keeps on inventing stuff and we keep on learning things no matter how ahead the world goes. Sometimes, somethings don’t change!

So stay tuned till we gather the latest news for you!

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The Right Eating Habits For Your Dog

Most of the Pet owners are concerned with the eating habit of their dogs and they want that the right nutrient should be given to them in order for the Dogs to have a good and a sound health.

Below is the chart for you all to make your life a bit easier.

But before implementing, always ask your Vet whether it would be suitable for your Pet Dog or not. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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Winters Are Approaching

It’s that time of the year where we need to keep ourselves warm and away from cold winds. Just the way we feel cold it’s similar to what Animals feel too. Animals tend to develop severe health issues if they are left out unattended in the extreme weather. Whether it’s the summers or winters if both the weathers are extreme, it would be pretty dangerous for the Pets.

Therefore, it is very much requested to please do the following:

If you have Pets in your house then:

1- Keep them warm, not extreme warm but give them their cozy bed or blanket, food and water accessible and limit their outdoor routine except if you are out with them during their walk;

2- Keeping your pets indoors is pretty much advisable as, if your Pets are left outside unattended then he might be able to stay in the cold weather for long as they also have feelings towards certain weather in which they love to enjoy;

3- Precisely, Dogs love cold weather and all the Dog Owners would be able to relate when I say that they are more playful in winters than summers;

4- Keep brushing them as they would shed hair, certain breeds shed hair 365 days but not all;

5- Please avoid giving baths to your pets in cold weather. If they are damn dirty and are stinky, only then and that too in the Sunshine, dry them off completely and don’t let them loose outside in the yard to play.

Following all the above mentioned would help you in keeping your pets safe during the cold weather. Read and spread the word as much as possible.

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What Are Pet Seizures?

Has anyone of you experienced Pet Seizure? Those who have, might be knowing what is it and those who haven’t, then probably this post is meant for you.

Seizures are basically caused by an abnormal brain activity. This is very devastating to witness your pet go through and also they vary in severity. The Seizures should not be ignored at the first place. As it can include, epilepsy, brain tumors, trauma, low blood sugar, low calcium levels, high blood pressure and liver disease.

It is true that epilepsy is found more in certain dog breeds than others and it hits relatively to young and middle aged dogs, whereas, Cats are rarely affected.

Let’s talk about Epilepsy:

What is Epilepsy? It is a term for neurological disorder characterized by Seizure or syndrome of recurrent seizures. At times, it is caused by a trauma, a toxin, brain tumor, an infection or an issue with your pet dog’s blood, kidneys or other organs.

What to do next, If Pet gets a Seizure?

It is then important to have the relative diagnosis done which includes as below:

  • Complete blood count and/or blood chemistry profile
  • Liver function tests
  • Urinanalysis
  • Blood pressure tests
  • Imaging studies such as a CT or MRI scan

Once you get all the details on your Pet, then it would be easy to consult a Specialist. Every dog is to be treated differently as every Seizure attack varies and that too of which extent. The specialist will be able to work closely with you on your pet, and then you would be able to maximize the chances of over-coming the disorder and giving your pet a healthy, long life.

Always remember! Pets are your family, do not abandon them or leave them when they need you the most!