Dogs can't point to where it hurts. And even though they are perfectly capable of crying when they want to, many choose to remain quiet and stoic when they are ill or in pain. For many dog owners, identifying and dealing with dog health problems is a real challenge. But it doesn't have to be...
When it comes to dog health care, even though there's no substitute for reliable veterinary attention, there's also no excuse for being totally unprepared, and for not doing the everyday things you can be doing to prevent the majority of problems that arise. http://doghealthoug.blogspot.com/#

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