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  • Your Dog | Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog's dinner? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an undercover job help keep your dog comfy in the skin they re in Keep your dog calm and carry on this bonfire night Keeping your dog s nails trim Leaving my dog alone Living with canine epilepsy Making a dog Easter egg Managing pancreas problems Microchipping your dog My dog eats her own poo My dog has a heart murmur is

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  • Your Dog | What is Addison's disease? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an undercover job help keep your dog comfy in the skin they re in Keep your dog calm and carry on this bonfire night Keeping your dog s nails trim Leaving my dog alone Living with canine epilepsy Making a dog Easter egg Managing pancreas problems Microchipping your dog My dog eats her own poo My dog has a heart murmur is there anything I can do My dog has an unusual growth what could it be My dog has been diagnosed with thrombocytopenia What happens now My dog

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/what-is-addison-s-disease.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Walkies? It’s time for something completely different | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    mixed diet of raw and prepared food Can I feed my dog vegetables Can I give my dog a bone Can I give my dog a probiotic drink Can I give my dog tinned tuna Can I groom my spaniel myself Can I have a dog if I work full time Can I help my dog s sudden blindness Can I make home made dog treats Can I prevent my dog from getting cancer Can I stop my dog from getting mites Can I stop the build up of wax in my dog s ears Can my dog overcome nervousness Caring for an older dog Checking my dog s health Choosing a new puppy or dog this New Year Coping with Cushing s disease Coping with the death of your canine friend Could dementia be putting my dog off her food Dental care for dogs Does medicine make my dog attractive to other dogs Does my dog have cataracts Easy does it Ways to keep your dog out of mischief Feeding a diabetes sufferer Having your dog cremated He s raiding the kitchen Help choosing insurance Help for haematoma Help My dog has a yeast overgrowth Help My dog is allergic to dust Help My dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long

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  • Your Dog | My dog is scared of loud noises | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    is allergic to dust Help My dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/my-dog-is-scared-of-loud-noises.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | How do I get rid of my dog's yeast infection? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    dog is allergic to dust Help My dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/how-do-i-get-rid-of-my-dog-s-yeast-infection.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog s new flea treatment safe to use Is my Labrador too fat Is there a shampoo for my dog s dry itchy skin Is worming treatment causing my dog to fit It s an undercover job help keep your dog comfy in the skin they re in Keep your dog calm and carry on this bonfire night Keeping your dog s nails trim Leaving my dog alone

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  • Your Dog | What causes my dog to become stressed? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    some way abusive or disapproving Training gives owners and dogs an effective way of communicating cooperating and interacting with each other which in turn massively reduces sources of conflict between both parties Confinement When you deprive a dog of his owner and keep him confined at the same time as so often occurs in many homes you basically hit him with two big stress sources at once And the longer you leave him in this situation the greater the stress can get Just because you come home and the house isn t trashed it doesn t necessarily mean your dog didn t suffer stress during your departure or that he fully coped As with noise stress the effects of confinement separation stress on a dog aren t always outwardly obvious or manifested in some immediate physical way Internally however they can still take their toll over time Suffering in silence Dogs are often better at coping with pain than humans which is why so often many owners don t recognise that their dog is actually in discomfort or physical distress unless or until he has a condition which becomes acute Many dogs who seem depressed or snappy could just be stressed by some ongoing source of pain in their lives Common causes of this are teeth gum ear or joint problems such as arthritis It s so important to regularly check out your dog s mouth teeth gums and ears to ensure they re always clean and healthy Increased vulnerability Some dogs will always be more vulnerable to the effects of stress than others Dogs from highly sensitive driven and reactive working breeds for example often have a more volatile neurochemistry and so are far more readily and powerfully aroused by external stimuli Older dogs can often cope less well with stress simply because the brain and body get progressively less efficient at dealing with its physical and mental side effects as animals age Clearly the more stress your dog experiences in his life the greater the physical mental toll this can take on him as he grows older Very often the more harmful effects of stress in dogs only manifest themselves in things such as physical illness or more severe mental deterioration over time And while it might be impossible to banish all sources of stress from our dogs lives all the time there are ways of managing and handling dogs that can keep them in a far calmer and healthier state both physically and mentally Behavioural symptoms of stress Higher levels of anxiety and of aggression Heightened levels of reactivity towards other dogs people noise Greater restlessness and more manic behaviour Depression and lethargy Persistently licking lips or yawning Showing less interest in things Less able to concentrate or comply with previously learned commands Frequent and persistent barking and or whining Destructiveness Development or exacerbation of obsessive compulsive behaviours such as tail or shadow chasing Physical symptoms of stress Some of the following symptoms can also signify more serious illness If in doubt consult your vet Shaking and shivering Excess panting when the dog isn t just physically hot Excessive itching and scratching Skin disorders Upset stomach diarrhoea Excessive drinking Suppressed immune system leading to higher risk of infections and cancers Abnormal appetite or loss of appetite More frequent urination Weight loss Lick granuloma excessive licking or chewing of legs or paws Premature ageing and earlier deterioration of brain function All bookazines 5 99 each available from the Your Dog Shop BUY NOW More dog health care Tis the season to ensure your dog has a healthy diet 9 ways to help you spot muscle pain in your dog All abroad Don t forget your dog s passport Are acorns poisonous to dogs Are berries safe for my dog to eat Are drugs the answer Are there any natural cures for incontinence Are you lungworm aware Best hardwood flooring ideas for dogs Bladder weakness problems Brushing dogs in the winter Can clipping change my dog s coat colour Can dogs catch colds Can dogs eat cat food Can dogs get stung by stinging nettles Can dogs suffer from allergies Can I create a sensory garden for my dog Can I do my own dog health checks Can I feed my dog a mixed diet of raw and prepared food Can I feed my dog vegetables Can I give my dog a bone Can I give my dog a probiotic drink Can I give my dog tinned tuna Can I groom my spaniel myself Can I have a dog if I work full time Can I help my dog s sudden blindness Can I make home made dog treats Can I prevent my dog from getting cancer Can I stop my dog from getting mites Can I stop the build up of wax in my dog s ears Can my dog overcome nervousness Caring for an older dog Checking my dog s health Choosing a new puppy or dog this New Year Coping with Cushing s disease Coping with the death of your canine friend Could dementia be putting my dog off her food Dental care for dogs Does medicine make my dog attractive to other dogs Does my dog have cataracts Easy does it Ways to keep your dog out of mischief Feeding a diabetes sufferer Having your dog cremated He s raiding the kitchen Help choosing insurance Help for haematoma Help My dog has a yeast overgrowth Help My dog is allergic to dust Help My dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my

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  • Your Dog | Can I stop my dog from getting mites? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    dog is refusing to go on a walk Help My dog is scared of spot on Help My dog loves to chase bees Help My dog suffers with her paws and pads Help My dog was bitten on the nose Help My dog s wee is burning our lawn How can I care for my diabetic dog How can I get my dog on the blood donor list How can I get my dog to exercise How can I help my dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I make moving house stress free for our dog How can I make my dog happier in his crate How can I make my dog s hair grow back quicker How can I manage my dog s joint problems How can I repel ticks from my dog How can I stop my dog eating poo How do dogs cope if they have a leg amputated How do I choose the right vet How do I clean my dog s bed How do I clean my dog s teeth How do I create a safe haven for my dog How do I find my missing dog How do I get rid of my dog s yeast infection How do I keep my dog calm on Bonfire Night How do I keep my dog cool How do I know if my dog has kidney failure How do I know if my dog is suffering from worms How do I say goodbye How do I treat my dog for lungworm How frequently should dogs be vaccinated How important is it to condition your dog s coat How important is it to feed a dog food containing taurine How long should I feed my dog puppy food How long will my dog s lameness last How much exercise does my dog need How much food does my dog need to eat How much should I feed my dog How old is my dog in human years How should my dog travel in the car How to care for your dog after a vet visit How to control your dog s skin problems How to cope with winter dog walks How to help your dog cope at Christmas How to prepare your dog for his vet visit How to tell if your dog is overweight How will I know if my dog has arthritis I found a small lump on my dog Is grass safe for my dog to eat Is it beneficial to add coconut oil to my dog s dinner Is it safe to give my dog krill oil Is lack of exercise making my dog constipated Is my dog double jointed Is my dog in mourning Is my dog suffering from brain ageing Is my dog too thin Is my dog trying to talk to me Is my dog s long hair the cause of the gunk in his eyes Is my dog

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/can-i-stop-my-dog-from-getting-mites.html (2016-02-08)
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