By Dog Enthusiast in association with Canine and Feline Specialist

How to Keep Your Buddy Healthy and Happy

Being parent to a priceless canine in life, sometimes things get so complex that it becomes a challenge for us and we tend to ask ourselves “I want to keep my buddy healthy, happy, and safe – but how do I do it?” There are a few guidelines which if adhered to can save any […]

By Dog Enthusiast in association with Canine and Feline Specialist

Dog Skin Issues

With monsoon at its peak there is every reason for a pet parent to examine your pet’s skin condition if you have not done it so far. The skin beneath the long hair tends to develop certain issues which often go unnoticed.  Though there are numerous dermatologic diseases that may develop in your dog, we […]

By Dog Enthusiast in association with Canine and Feline Specialist

Exercise for the Old Dog

Exercise is as important to elderly dogs as it is for the young ones. Just getting them a reasonable amount of walking is all that they need. If you slow down on this, the ageing process would speed up. You must however avoid jumping which might strain the joints. The key is to adhere to […]

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A Balanced Diet for Your Pawkid

Yes I am talking about a balanced diet for your four-legged member in the family. This special member needs more than just meat – it needs a healthy balanced diet and the right quantity for its size. Most pet parents buy ready-made dog food, but if you prefer you could make it yourself.  So get […]

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Pseudo-Pregnancy in your Female Dog

Pseudo-pregnancy or false pregnancy is a state wherein your female dog who is actually not pregnant shows all the symptoms of pregnancy. These symptoms may range from loss of appetite, enlargement of mammary glands, bloated stomach, lactation, vomiting, digging, etc. etc. but without producing puppies. These are usually demonstrated about a month or two after […]

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Chocolates and Canines

  In the process of humanizing our companion, we end up assuming that dogs love chocolates. Whether it is true or not but experts agree that certain chemicals in chocolate can be toxic to dogs. The chemical theobromine found especially in dark and baker’s chocolate can cause a toxic reaction. Caffeine in chocolates may also […]

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Simple First-aids

If you are a long-time dog owner I am sure you are aware of these tips and tricks, however if you are owning a dog for the first time then these simple tips will help you in taking care of your buddy and to know when to seek a veterinarian’s help. Sharing some common concerns: […]

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Human and Canine – A cross-species social bonding!

The history of human and dog association goes back more than our history with other domestic animals like sheep and cows. It so begun that wolves would follow humans in anticipation for food scraps and human ended up taking these friendlier wolves as companions. This was type of a symbiotic bond whereby humans provided shelter […]

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Humanizing our Canine Companions

How human a tendency it is to notice similarities in the doggy world! Though there is no scientific research and study yet on this field still we as pet parents tend to humanize everything our four-legged companions do to us. I fondly remember my brother once mentioning that Glutton makes “smiley faces.” See below, don’t […]

By Dog Enthusiast in association with Canine and Feline Specialist

Dog Tricks

Tricks, you may say, are simply an extension of dog training that pet parents can themselves teach their buddies. Dogs are very intelligent and their minds need to be occupied. Unfortunately, our pets are not challenged enough to stimulate their brains which leads them to find their own ways to do so out of boredom […]