Supplements for Old Dogs?

Answer Senior dogs can cover various ages. The larger the breed, the more quickly they age. Giant breeds are often considered seniors at age 5, while toy breeds are designated seniors at age 9 or 10. In a... Read More »

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Supplements for Nursing Dogs?

A dog who is nursing pups has calorie needs roughly equivalent to a racing sled dog. Helping your dog maintain weight and health requires careful planning and preparation. In order to support her l... Read More »

Supplements for Dogs to Prevent Blindness?

Like humans, a dog's sight may start to get worse with age or with the onset of diseases such as glaucoma or cataracts. Though there are surgeries that can correct vision problems once a dog shows ... Read More »

Supplements for Dogs With Autoimmune Issues?

Dogs of any age or breed can suffer from auto immune issues. Auto immune issues can occur as a result of poor diet, allergy and excessive dosage of antibiotics or steroids. Diseases commonly assoc... Read More »

Dietary Supplements for Skin Allergies in Dogs?

As with human allergies, dog skin allergies (canine atopic dermatitis) result from an overreaction of the immune system. Intense itchiness might cause your dog to scratch and lick herself excessive... Read More »