Skin And Hair Problems of Dog

Skin And Hair Problems of Dog

How to Groom a Long-Haired Weimaraner

How to Groom a Long-Haired Weimaraner

No matter what the breed is, long-haired dogs such as a Weimaraner are beautiful to look as long as they are properly groomed. If they are not groomed properly, they can be dirty, matted and scraggly messes. A long-haired Weimaraner dog needs regular grooming and care for him to have those long flowing locks managed. This is also to prevent mats to interfere with his movements. If you are planning to get a long-haired Weimaraner, plan on...

How to Give a Jack Russell a Bath

How to Give a Jack Russell a Bath

Watching people bathing their dogs both in the television shows and movies feel like a fun-filled time for the owner and the dog involved. However, this isn’t always real in real life. If you own a Jack Russell, he would not mind if he is full of dirt or if he stinks. Many dog owners are afraid to put up a fight if they bathe their dogs. This is especially if dogs want to wrestle just to get away with bathing as far as possible. If you...

How to Groom Your German Shepherd

How to Groom Your German Shepherd

Anyone who owns a dog knows that bathing and sitting still long enough so you can brush him thoroughly are not two of his favorite things to do. However, for a German Shepherd, both bathing and brushing are extremely necessary regardless of whether he is a working dog, show dog or a family pet. If you own a German Shepherd or planning to get one, below are some tips on how to groom a German Shepherd.

7 Natural Ways to Treat Your Dog's Dry Skin

7 Natural Ways to Treat Your Dog's Dry Skin

For us humans, it is easier to treat dry skin.  If our skin feels itchy or dry, the first thing we do is apply lotion or moisturizer for instant relief.  It is not as easy for our dogs, not with all that hair and fur in the way.  Dry skin can be very uncomfortable and frustrating for your dog.  It may seem like a minor inconvenience; however, it can be linked to other worse conditions.  Luckily, there are many home...

Powerful Remedies for Seasonal Allergies in Dogs

Powerful Remedies for Seasonal Allergies in Dogs

Dogs are affected by 2 general types of allergies.  One is caused by food, and the other by the environment.  Once identified, it is easy to deal with food allergies.  You simply have to avoid that particular food.  However, for environmental or seasonal allergies, it becomes trickier.  If your dog gets itchy during a specific season, for example, every spring, then he is reacting to seasonal allergens.  This can...

Effective Hair Loss Treatments for Your Dogs

Effective Hair Loss Treatments for Your Dogs

Hair fall in your dog – is it normal? Yes. Most dogs experience shedding of hair. They shed hair especially on summer months when the weather is hot. This is very common, especially in tropical countries. However, how much hair loss is considered to be too much? If you notice that your pup is losing hair in massive amounts, and/or you are noticing bald spots already, then it is no longer normal. This could mean more serious matter, and...

7 Natural Ways to Handle Fleas on Your Dog

7 Natural Ways to Handle Fleas on Your Dog

Fleas can kill your dog. Perhaps not instantly, but slowly. Because these tiny insects suck blood off your pet, they deprive the poor animal not only of comfort but also of nutrients in the plasma. Constant scratching, irritability, and lack of appetite due to discomfort make your dog’s life miserable, and yours too eventually. You can help your furry companion eat, play, and sleep well – free from these parasites. Simply follow...

5 Common Skin Problems of Dogs and Their Treatment

5 Common Skin Problems of Dogs and Their Treatment

The skin, being the largest organ in the body, is the first line of defense. If this first defense barrier is easily invaded, then diseases could emerge and this could become really uncomfortable for them. In fact, veterinarians frequently encounter these types of cases in their typical clinic day. It is said that the occurrence of diseases relies on the presence of three factors.