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The following is a guest post by Susan Wells. Susan is from insurance quotes, she writes on topics including health/car/life insurance, mortgage, real estate. Adopting a breed of dog that suits your lifestyle is important. Many dog hopefuls spend months
Hydrocephalus is the buildup of fluid on the brain. The pressure of the fluid pushes the brain up against the skull, damaging or destroying brain tissues. A dog can be born with this condition or can develop it later in life. There
Hot spots are painful, swollen patches of skin that form on a dog’s body that are actually warm to the touch. They can appear quite suddenly and worsen as the dog licks and chews the site. Hot spots can occur anywhere
The following is a guest post from Bryce Bertola. Bryce breeds and shows Shetland Sheepdogs with his wife and mother-in-law of Autumn Shelties, and he also writes for RoverPet.com, a leading supplier of high quality dog beds and PVC vinyl pet
Hypertrophic osteodystrophy, or HOD, is a bone disease that occurs in larger breed dogs. First symptoms are normally seen between the ages of two and seven months. This condition occurs when there is a decrease of blood flow to the joints,