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  • Your Dog | Stiffness and lameness in older dogs | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 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

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  • Your Dog | How do I keep my dog cool? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    a car humidity builds up quickly and panting becomes less effective Overcast days can be just as dangerous hazy sunshine is still sufficient to send internal car temperatures soaring and cloud cover can clear unexpectedly and rapidly Leave your dog at home on really hot days even if you have air conditioning and can keep the car interior cool your dog will still have to cope with the heat outside at your destination And if you get stuck in a traffic jam or break down it could turn into a nightmare If your dog travels in a crate place a heat reflective sheet over the top to shade it Keep an eye on him as you may be much cooler in the front than he is at the very back of your car Cooling off If your dog has a digging pit you could wet the sand so he can excavate a cool hole to lie in You could buy him a paddling pool to splash in and out of a rigid plastic children s clamshell sandpit pool is ideal He may like a cooler mat to lie on or a special bandanna containing water absorbing crystals so it stays wet and cool for longer although you can use an ordinary one and keep wetting it There are also heat reflective coats and jackets available with panels filled with water absorbing crystals or you can pop an ordinary doggy T shirt on your dog and wet it with water You could buy a garden pump type sprayer and spritz him with it from time to time lift the coat hairs with your fingers as you do so so the water reaches his skin When out and about Don t take your dog out during the hottest parts of the day walk when it s cooler in the early morning and later in the evening Woodland walks tend to be cooler than open areas Always carry a supply of drinking water and a portable bowl Encourage your dog to take things steadily and not run around don t throw toys and if necessary put him on a lead Swimming can be a fun way of cooling off Don t let your dog overdo things as it is strenuous exercise and heed any warning signs Stick to clear shallow rivers where you can see the bottom and therefore spot any hazards and don t let him go in if you have any doubts as to water quality If you can t find a safe swimming area head for your nearest hydrotherapy pool instead 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 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

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  • Your Dog | What are vaccinations? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 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

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  • Your Dog | Are drugs the answer? | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 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

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  • Your Dog | Why you should worm your dog | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 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

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  • Your Dog | Understanding arthritis in dogs | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 s

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Dog-Health-and-Care/arthritis-in-dogs.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Dental care for dogs | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    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 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

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  • Your Dog | Caring for an older dog | Dog Health and Care | Dog Care and Advice
    while you re away Another option is to have him stay with family he knows well but prepare them for any idiosyncratic behaviour now he is ageing Active in mind and body We all get stiff joints as we age and your dog is no exception Sleeping for hours or simply sitting in the same spot doesn t help as joints tend to seize up Keeping your dog warm and dry and providing gentle exercise will be beneficial Serious joint problems can be treated with painkillers by your vet who might also recommend a joint supplement such as glucosamine and chondroitin There are many products available in pet shops and online which are formulated to help keep an ageing dog supple It s also important to keep your dog s mind alert Playing games with him and providing toys such as Kongs which are stuffed with interesting foodstuffs will keep your pet happy Above all your dog shouldn t be treated like an invalid but should still play a vital role as part of the family unit a bored dog will quickly decline and fade away Helpful products There are many products on the market designed to aid an ageing dog Raincoats to keep him dry and warm when out in wintery weather are a bonus as are boots to protect and keep his paws dry Warm bedding and plenty of it ensures that the dog never sleeps on a cold floor Washable fleece blankets are a boon to any dog owner and can be scattered like rugs throughout the home Climbing in and out of the car can be a problem and if your dog is large it might be hard for you to lift him A ramp can be bought or made so that he can walk into the car with ease A car safety harness will also keep him secure if he s wobbly on his legs and can t balance when the car is in motion Accidents can happen Older dogs might have problems going to toilet Being slower or not so on the ball can result in small accidents in the home Be prepared for this with wet wipes washable rugs and flooring that can be cleaned with ease A quick wipe around the rear end and a dusting of talc will ensure that the accident is soon resolved and your dog is still sweet smelling Take action If you suddenly see the following changes in your dog they might be signals that illness is present so it s best to take him for a check up at the vet s Cloudy eyes might signal cataracts or perhaps another illness and should be pointed out to your vet Sudden limping might be arthritis but can also mean something more serious Don t ignore it Excessive drinking or strong smelling urine needs to be checked out Bad breath or drooling could signal a tooth problem When grooming your dog each week remember to check his teeth and gums for anything unusual Gums should look pink and healthy pale gums can indicate a problem with your dog s health Smelly drool could also mean your dog has an infection Is his breathing laboured does he have a cough These are all reasons to make an appointment to see your vet 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 dog cope home alone How can I help my dog suffering from yeast in her ears How can I

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