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Hereditary, infectious and structural diseases and health disorders of dogs - causes, symptoms and possible treatment. Dog owners should be aware of the fact that puppies are usually born with some immunity which soon wanes, that is why vaccinations are necessary. Some diseases are hereditary and cannot be detected until a dog becomes at least 18 months of age.

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By glenn5239   Sunday, December 21, 2014 10:32:52 PM

My teacup yorkie got into my wife plate where she had some cut up pieces of steak and suddenly seems very sick and despondent. Does anyone know what might be wrong?

By baltzell   Wednesday, December 3, 2014 9:47:59 AM

A pet owner of mine has a 13 month Std. Poodle, male that has had issues with ear and eye and scratches therefore losing hair. Vet says seasonal allergies. She also said that the black pigment on his nose, gums and feet are turning pink. Vet says with no other problems not an issue. but she is concerned. I have never seen that in any of my dogs.I have had one puppy with food allergy to chicken.

By babiesinheaven   Saturday, November 8, 2014 5:23:29 PM

My choc lab began this hacking cough. She is approaching 14 years old and a few weeks I had to get a dog bisquit out of her mouth, it was caught in the roof and bottom portion of her mouth. This morning when she went out she was outside a bit longer than normal. I'm hoping its some fish bones the neighbors threw out last night, so I have given her crackers, her dry kibble and then I took corn syrup on my hand and she allowed me to put my hand down into her throat hoping this will lubricate whatever is stuck in there to pass on through. It's been about 4 hours since I lubricated her throad and she is sleeping moaning and groaning as normal. Thank God this seems as if it has passed. Whoops it's been 30 minutes and she is hacking again. Any advice? Loving my Lab and other Pets. Tammie

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