Dog Health Care

Like humans, dogs can become ill or acquire diseases. Breeding-purposes aside, keeping your dog healthy is part of your responsibility as a pet owner. A healthy dog does not only make a happy pet, it is more likely to produce a healthy offspring. Veterinarians are to dogs as physicians are to humans, so you should get one for your dog. The veterinarian should be able to provide appropriate treatments for both emergency and non-emergency medical cases, medical check-ups, and advice on food, supplements, exercise, and training for your dog.

Vaccines: There are 7 common dog diseases that can be prevented by vaccines: rabies, parvovirus, leptospirosis, hepatitis, distemper, coronavirus, and canine cough.

Flea/Tick Treatment: Flea is the common form of dog affliction. Bites of fleas and ticks are itchy, encouraging persistent scratching. Scratching, in turn, causes your dog to develop infections, cause their hair to fall out. To control or eliminate fleas and ticks, dog shampoos, flea powder, and flea comb are the things you will need. To relieving itching, spray tea tree oil solution.

De-worming Treatment: All dogs will have intestinal worms throughout their lives. There are many de-worming medications for different types of intestinal worms available for eliminating these parasites. Pyrantel pamoate get rid of hookworms and roundworms. Febendazole kill roundworms, whipworms, and hookworms. Your dog vet should be able to tell you the right de-worming schedule for your dog as well as the right medication to give your dog.

Dog Pet Insurance: Insurance allows you to provide the best medical care for your dog without breaking the bank.



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