They can be. Tennis balls have an almost abrasive material covering them, and over time, this can cause damage to your dogs' teeth. Also, if your dog is strong enough to tear a tennis ball apart, he/she could choke on the pieces or swallow them, causing gastrointestinal problems.
Suggestion: Switch to racquetballs or vet-approved toys, and always monitor your dog when playing.
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no, he cannot, his judge has decided that he be prohibited from ever owning a dog. However, he hopes to one day own a dog again.
For the most part, there shouldn't be any side effects unless the pool is heavily salted (such as an ocean tidal pool) or the dog drinks a lot. In these cases, your dog may vomit the water back up, or drink more fresh water and have to urinate a lot for the next couple of days.
In general, dogs won't drink salt water past the point of salt satiation unless there are no other sources of water available.
If your dog gets bitten by another dog, it's important to take immediate action to ensure the safety and well-being of your pet. Here's what to watch for and steps to take:
Determine the extent of the injury. Is it a minor scratch, a puncture wound, or a more serious injury? This will help you decide the appropriate course of action.
Separate the dogs to prevent further aggression or attacks. Make sure both dogs are safe and secure.
Carefully examine the bite wound. Look for bleeding, swelling, redness, or signs of infection.
If the wound is bleeding, apply gentle pressure with a clean cloth to stop the bleeding.
Clean the wound with mild, warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly to reduce the risk of infection.
Even if the wound appears minor, it's advisable to contact your veterinarian for guidance. They can assess the wound's severity, recommend treatment, and provide advice on preventing infection.
After the initial treatment, monitor your dog closely for signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, discharge, increased pain, or behavioral changes. If you notice any of these symptoms, contact your vet immediately.
Keep your dog calm and restrict their activity to prevent further injury or aggravation of the wound.
Ensure that your dog's vaccinations are up-to-date, especially if the biting dog's vaccination status is unknown.
If the bite occurred in a public place, consider reporting it to local animal control or authorities, as there may be legal requirements regarding dog bites.
If your dog was bitten by another dog, it may be helpful to assess their behavior and consider professional training or behavior modification if necessary.
Take steps to prevent future altercations with other dogs. This may include avoiding situations where aggression is likely, using a leash and proper control, and training your dog in socialization and obedience.
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This operation varies in cost depending on the exact issue. I was quoted $7-10,000 for my Golden.
It is also the very last treatment in the line of managing hip dysplasia! We didn't proceed with this treatment as results are not guaranteed. We now have him on a strict diet, to keep his weight down, and have him on a natural canine health supplement to aid the dysplasia. He is doing very well with this option, so we are very happy.
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No, but females can have "silent heats". Male dogs are the only ones that can tell they are in heat, because they do not have any of the usual signs of being in heat, such as disharge and temperament changes. But they are in heat nonetheless, so they can get pregnant during silent heats.
Those are a very serious set of symptoms. I expect that the dog is not long for this world.
Dog feces will show worms approximately 24 hours after a deworming has been administered. If there are no worms in the feces, the puppy may be free of them.
Unfortunately, a severe heartworm infestation can be missed by even careful and observant owners until a dog drops dead of circulatory insufficiency. Subtle signs of heartworm infestation include progressive exercise intolerance (used to be able to walk for hours, but over time can barely walk around the block), panting excessively despite the air temperature not being excessively hot, drinking more water than usual, and generally having less energy than expected. Some coughing in the more advanced stages.
The best way to find out if your dog has heartworms is with a simple blood test your veterinarian can perform at the clinic. Treatment for heartworm infestation can be expensive and potentially deadly for the dog; not treating your dog is to condemn him to a long and slow death. Prevention is the best option, and there are multiple convenient and (comparatively) inexpensive methods to prevent heartworm infestation in your dog. Your veterinarian can talk you through the different options and help you select the best one for you and your dog.
Heartworms are transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Depending on the number of worms and the size, a dog may show little or no symptoms at the beginning of an infection.
Early signs can include lack of energy, a cough, tiring easily. If left untreated these symptoms worsen, breathing becomes laboured, the dog will lose weight. The worms can migrate and cause blindness, seizures and other problems.
Heartworms are easily diagnosed with a simple blood test by your vet. If positive, a chest xray should be done to look for heart damage. Treatment can take many months because it takes quite a long time for the adult worms to die. The earlier the infection is found, the better & faster the prognosis.
You should deworm the puppies at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age, deworming the mother at the same time with the same product. The best type of dewormer to use for puppies is pyrantel pamoate liquid as it allows you to easily measure smaller doses for the puppies and is easier to administer than pills or granules.
take a pair of tweezers and heat them up with a match or lighter so u can pull the tick off easily.
Yuck. No. Most of the worms that are likely to fall out of your dog are white or close to white in color. None are pink.
Worms are a parasite. Just walking on grass where a dog relieves him/herself can be all that is necessary for you to contract worms from your puppy.
Worms are a nuisance, but the young -- such as the puppy him/herself -- are especially vulnerable. Puppies need nutrition, which the worms deprive the puppy of, and its possible for a puppy to die due to worms. Some worms, such as hookworms and heartworms, are particularly deadly as they attack the internal organs such as the heart and lungs. It is vitally important to maintain treatments to kill/cure and prevent worms in dogs and in people. If you suspect you may have been exposed to a dog with worms, you should consult your doctor.
She may be coming into season for the first time. This will happen every six months for between 14 and 21 days.
actually, they will prefer any kind of dogs not just white ones.
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it could be lime disease from a tick bite...you need to bring your dog to a vet!
Most vets will just take a sample while in the office by just scraping your dog's bum, but if your vet wants an entire sample, I would just collect it in a plastic bag and bring it in. I would recommend you bring it in within an hour or so to ensure it is fresh enough for testing.
Because if the dog has heartworms and you give a preventive, it can harm or kill the dog. Preventives are not safe for a dog that already has heartworms, except in some circumstances where it was caught very early.
Yes, if the mite is a scabie mite it can be passed to humans, and other dogs.