Common symptoms of liver disease in dogs include: Decreased appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, sudden weight loss, lethargy, and thirst.
Dog health is your top priority as a dog owner. To enjoy your companion as long as possible, you need to keep your dog healthy and happy. But doing that can be tough.
DogsBestLife.com is here to help.
We offer advice on:
Choosing a vet. Start by asking for recommendations.
Common dog health problems: Range from fleas and ticks to ear infections and from arthritis to obesity and diabetes.
Know when to take your dog to the vet. Dealing with a sick dog is scary. Recognize when you need help.
What to feed your dog? Raw? No grain? It's hard to sort it all out. Use our feeding guide to help make the decision.
Your dog's health needs change dramatically as he ages. What's right for a puppy isn't right for an older dog. We offer advice on helping your dog age gracefully.
The Maxbone dog bed provides orthopedic support for your dog’s joints and bones. It also features a dual-layer, fiber-topped inner cushion.
If you have time, make homemade dog food cooked in a clean environment, using high-quality, fresh ingredients.
Maxbone and Recess create The Walk Collection, four exclusive items: “Honey Daydream” CBD treats for dogs and wearable accessories for you.
Work with your vet to help your rescue dog gain weight. Feed your pup high-calorie, healthy dog food with supplements as needed.
IVDD includes several conditions, including disc degeneration and disc herniation. Treatments can range from crate rest to surgery.
How to choose dog food: Start by considering your dog’s breed, size, and activity level. Then read the ingredients and research the company.
Choose a flea treatment for dogs that’s easy to use, works immediately, kills fleas at all life stages, and uses safe ingredients.
When crafting a dog custody agreement, consider who has the most space and time to provide the best care for your dog.
An aggressive dog often needs more exercise, socialization and may suffer from health issues. Work with your veterinarian, dog trainer to control aggression.