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Parvo: What You Need to Know About Parvovirus in Dogs

Learn about what canine parvo is, how to spot it, what to do about it, and how to prevent parvovirus in your dog.

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Why Does My Dog Bring Up Food After Eating?

Your dog might bring up undigested food if he eats too fast. Learn more and how you can slow him down.

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Dog Farts: Harmless and Funny or Medical Problem?

Does your dog fart a lot? Are you worried that it could be a medical problem? Learn more about dog farts and when they're a problem.

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A New Dog Bowel Obstruction Risk You Need to Know About

Dog bowel obstructions are dangerous conditions in which something has lodged in a dog's intestinal tract. Silicone cupcake liners are an increasing cause of canine bowel obstruction.

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Dog Anal Sacs

Learn about anal sac disease and the treatment options that are available to correct it.

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Bloat in Dogs: Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV)

Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV) is one of the most serious and life-threatening emergencies in dogs. Understanding the signs and seeking veterinary care without delay can make all the difference for your pet. If left untreated, this condition can become rapidly fatal.

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Vomiting in Dogs

Most cases of dog vomiting are mild and self-limiting. But when is it time to worry? What signs should you watch for, and when should you call the vet?

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Dog Diarrhea

Learn about the cause and treatment for dog diarrhea and get tips in order to be better prepared in the future if your dog has diarrhea.

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