9 gundog health tips that vets wish their owners knew
Faithful companion, trusted worker, family member. Here are some key reads to help you keep your canine companion in the best shape.
Gundog health tips
Canine under the weather? Never be tempted to give something from the family medicine cabinet. Here’s why and what you should do instead.
Scrounging dogs (we’re particularly thinking of the ever-hungry Labrador here) can sometimes gobble down something that could make them seriously ill. So it’s invaluable to know how to make a dog vomit in an emergency so it doesn’t ingest something poisonous. Here’s how to do it.
Is your dog withdrawn, uncomforable, keeping his tail between his legs? He could be suffering from limber tail syndrome which gundogs, particularly Labradors, are prone to, especially in cold weather. Here’s what to do about it.
Yes they can and some dogs are more susceptible than others. Here’s how to prevent it and spot the signs of a dog whose core temperature has become dangerously low.
It’s a relatively common disease and if not caught early can lead to blindness. It’s not preventable so you need to know what to look out for.
You’re concerned about your dog but just how serious is it? Here’s when to pick up the phone …
It’s a rare dog that enjoys a visit to the vet. Most start shivering the moment they cross the threshold. So what’s to be done? Here are some useful tips on making the experience less scary.
You want to be a responsible dog owner. But just when should you have a dog neutered? Doing it too early can cause irreversible and long-term health problems.
Why letting your dog drink from muddy puddles can be a bad idea …