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FORLORN HAPPINESS

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  When we first decided on bringing a pet to live with us, it seemed like entering a pool of things that reminded us of home. We can’t wait to have our very own furry friend. And is it home? It is more. A dog is a (Wo)man’s best friend and the logic behind this sentiment is not unknown: They are loyal, devoted, amiable, dependent, and the best cuddlers.   FRUDO – OUR HAPPY BUBBLE We have one - FRUDO. Neighbors have given him a name of their own – MAUJI; for he does as he pleases without being a...

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Treating a dog with dog bites

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  If you are a hardcore dog lover (the one who loves any and every dog irrespective of its breed) there might be a situation whereby a dog or a group of dogs inflicts wounds to another dog in your vicinity who you take care of. These wounds are generally puncture wounds with blood oozing out. In case of serious puncture wounds, the blood flow will not stop. This would signify that a blood vessel may have been penetrated and this needs immediate attention of the veterinarian as first aid is not sufficient to heal it. In not so serious...

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Know what is Kennel Cough

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  Kennel Cough is an upper respiratory tract infection in dogs and cats. It is contagious and is caused by a combination of bacteria and viruses. This condition is also known as canine infectious trachaeobronchitis. Kennel cough often resolves on its own within 10-14 days, but pets having severe symptoms may need courses of antibiotic therapy to prevent a secondary infection and also cough medications to ease the symptoms. Symptoms include but are not limited to the following: -Most prominent is a strong hacking cough with a “honking” sound -Loss of appetite -Lethargy -Low fever -Sneezing -Runny nose The most...

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Dog Sterilization-Everything That Pet Parents Want to Know

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Sterilization methods are namely spaying in females and neutering in males.  Both of these are surgical procedures and are done under general anesthesia.  These processes render a dog incapable of breeding by removing their reproductive organs.  Experts in the field opine that benefits associated with dog sterilization outweigh the risks associated with it.  A responsible and informed pet owner must take up sterilization as a solution rather than a problem. Benefits: Pet overpopulation control:   Unwanted litter can be avoided.  There are not just enough homes for the already existing dogs.  So many dogs are out there on the roads in...

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Travelling with your dog in Flight or Train?

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The festive season is soon approaching and many of us are going to be out of our homes to be with our near and dear ones.  In such a scenario, one wants to take their dog along while travelling, but because of the lack of proper information and also because of less transparency in rules to carry your dog along in flights or trains the subject becomes an issue.  For convenience shake, pet parents leave their dogs in boarding centers irrespective of their wishes.  I am sure no parent will like a typical boarding atmosphere where they tie the dog...

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