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  • Your Dog | Fleas - biting back | Indepth Dog Articles
    by inserting their long mouthparts into the skin followed by an injection of saliva to prevent the blood they suck from their host from clotting and it s this saliva that causes irritation rather than the bite Diseases Flea bites can trigger allergic skin reactions in some dogs leading to inflamed itchy areas which can develop into large open sores and hair loss causing intense misery to the afflicted animal Fleas can also infect your pet with tapeworm and can be responsible for the transmission of two bacteria known to cause mild flu like symptoms fever and a skin rash in humans Finding fleas An obvious sign of fleas being around is that you notice your pet scratching biting licking chewing or rubbing more than usual when parting his coat you may also see tell tale pink bite marks on his skin But just because you don t see any fleas it doesn t mean there aren t any around check for flea droppings in your dog s coat They ll look like dark specks flick them off with a brush on to a piece of damp white paper and if they are indeed flea dirt rather than bits of dried mud they ll dissolve leaving reddish brown stains Treatments There are many anti flea products available including those that are insecticidal some which repel and others that act as a kind of flea contraceptive The latter can be helpful in preventing resistance developing to regularly used products as the relevant genes for resistance can t be passed on Some products also have different methods of administration collars powders shampoos sprays tablets and spot on treatments and depending on the individual product the length of time they remain effective can vary from 24 hours to three months Some products act faster than others killing fleas within three or four hours of administration while others may take between 12 and 42 hours to begin killing fleas Furthermore some treatments are multi action and are effective against other nasties such as worms and ticks as well With so much choice it can be difficult to know what type of product to buy Generally the most effective are those available as prescription only medications so your vet is a good starting place to ask for advice about what is most suitable for your dog Rachael Greenland from Welshpool Powys prefers not to use chemicals if she can avoid it and uses alternative methods of flea control for her dog instead I did use spot on treatments and environmental sprays to treat the house with our previous dog but I m not convinced they were in his best interests or even entirely necessary Having looked into the subject in more detail since then I feel that it s a case of using a sledgehammer to crack a walnut I think there are other ways of dealing with the problem which are just as effective and don t run the risk of overloading my dog

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Indepth-Dog-Articles/fleas.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | Things to do with your dog | Digital editions
    the block every evening Things to do with your dog could be just what you re looking for Regular walks and the occasional cuddle on the sofa are all very well and important of course but there is so much more to owning a dog than this Together you can enjoy lots of activities and as you work and play together you ll find that the bond between you just keeps growing and strengthening From full on dog sports such as agility and flyball to more leisurely activities like making the most of your walks Things to do with your dog will hopefully fire your imagination and inspire you to try something new and get the most out of life with your pet Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home Your Dog Magazine Free newsletter Current issue Weekly dog comp Freebies Contact the Your

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  • Your Dog | November 2015 | Digital editions
    Stafford pups as they settle into their new homes Ten essentials every dog owner should have Why does my dog ignore me or create chaos when I arrive home Top trainer Tony Cruse advises Get inspired With some fresh ideas for your dog friendly garden Everything you need to know about the handsome and cheerful Havanese YD feature writer Kelly and her Cocker Spaniel Henry become super sleuths for the day during a dog training class with a difference Working your dog s brain as well as his body is vital for your golden oldies The story of nurse Edith Cavell executed by firing squad during the First World War and her one true and trusted friend her dog Jack Be prepared for Bonfire Night how to create a doggy den Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home Your Dog Magazine Free newsletter Current

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/your-dog-magazine-november-2015.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | July 2015 | Digital editions
    Ten fantastic places to visit this summer with your dog of course Create a sensory garden for your pet an area that will stimulate his senses of smell touch and taste Introducing the new litter of Stafford pups we ll be following this summer from their early weeks right through until they leave for their new homes Post operative care how to keep your dog stimulated when strenuous activity is out of the question The loyal loving and full of life Miniature Smooth haired Dachshund our featured rising star of the dog world Total devotion actress Liza Goddard on her enduring love of all things canine Discover the rolling chalk hills and open grassland of the South Downs as we go in search of dog friendly Britain Readers reveal their must haves when it comes to caring for their pets Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/your-dog-magazine-july-2015.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | March 2015 | Digital editions
    at the same time Understanding the emotions behind noise phobias Top trainer Carolyn Menteith explains all 10 reasons why you really won t want to miss Crufts 2015 fantastic things to do and see at the world s greatest dog show Sight hound specialist Jackie Drakeford advises on taking on a retired Greyhound The spirited affectionate and fashionable Chihuahua moves into our breeds spotlight Perfect park etiquette trainer Tony Cruse has some step by step advice on how to teach your dog some manners in the park A dog friendly guide to the mysterious Welsh Borders Discover how tracking can strengthen the bond between you and your dog A day in the life of a veterinary nurse Actress Zoe Wanamaker on a doggy project that s close to her heart Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home Your Dog Magazine Free newsletter Current issue

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/your-dog-magazine-march-2015.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | The Your Dog Puppy Guide | Digital editions
    a regular meal plenty of pats a roof overhead and frequent exercise Who wouldn t want a pup to call their own The Your Dog Puppy Guide leads you through the process of finding and choosing a puppy so that you and your new canine companion get off to the best start There are questions to ask breeders and information about the most popular breeds to help you choose the puppy which will suit you best Once you ve found your new pal there s help choosing the kit he ll need and advice to help you make sure your home and family are prepared for your new arrival Puppy will no doubt be a little uneasy on leaving his mum and littermates but he ll also want to get to know you and explore his new surroundings He ll probably be at his most receptive to new experiences when he arrives and you ll want to make the most of this socialisation period while keeping him safe until he s completed his vaccination programme The Your Dog Puppy Guide offers advice on how you can achieve this while starting your puppy s early education Topics include house training and introducing the collar and lead before moving on to basic commands There s also comprehensive and practical information on canine health and behaviour in fact everything you d expect from the publishers of Britain s best selling dog magazine Your Dog Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/the-your-dog-puppy-guide.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | October 2015 | Digital editions
    10 things only dog people will understand Why does my dog behave at home but not in the park Top trainer Tony Cruse has some advice How a tiny Yorkshire Terrier won the hearts of a nation during the Second World War our new series highlights the amazing stories of canines caught up in conflict Find out all about the affectionate and talented German Shorthaired Pointer Get out and enjoy yourself with your dog Karen Bush advises on interactive fun and games you can enjoy in your dog friendly garden Just how vital is good grooming to your dog s health Sue Corfield poses the question Readers with fireworks phobic dogs prepare for Bonfire Night with a little help from Your Dog Magazine Explore breathtaking Pembrokeshire a great place for dogs Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home Your Dog Magazine Free newsletter Current

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/your-dog-magazine-october-2015.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Your Dog | June 2015 | Digital editions
    your dog can be safe and fun Ten amazing facts about dogs we bet you didn t know How to have a dog friendly garden this month we re focusing on poisonous plants and other garden nasties More advice on preparing your dog for vet visits Columnist and novelist Tony Parsons talks about his passion for dogs in general and his own Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Stan How to get the most out of your summer walks A born entertainer with a mischievous streak meet the naughty but nice Beagle Discover beautiful Snowdonia in our dog friendly guide to Britain The people s tenor Russell Watson and the dogs who ve shared his life How the arrival of a support dog has transformed the life of one autistic boy Download this issue on your Apple Android or Kindle Fire device using the relevant icons below Download our FREE sample issue on your tablet device Visit your app store and search for Your Dog Magazine Facebook Fanpage Follow us on Twitter Your Cat Your Pet Your Dog Holidays T Cs Privacy Policy rules Breeds Contact us nbsp Copyright BPG Media Company 03383048 Home Your Dog Magazine Free newsletter Current issue Weekly

    Original URL path: http://yourdog.co.uk/Digital-editions/your-dog-magazine-june-2015.html (2016-02-08)
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