Author: Dr. Shruti Bhattacharya

If you suddenly see your dog shivering for any reason, it can be a quite scary scenario for a dog guardian. It leaves the guardians wondering and concerned about the reason that may have brought on this reaction in the dog. You have no idea why your dog is suddenly trembling, and even though many factors can contribute to this behavior, understanding the causes behind dog shiver is crucial for every dog guardian. Therefore, this blog post is focused on what is dog shiver, when is it out of excitement and when should vets be consulted. Here, I will discuss…

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As dog guardians, we want our dogs to have proper care. The well-being and health of our furry friend is of top priority. One crucial aspect of maintaining your dog’s health and well-being is being extremely vigilant and observing symptoms of any disease at the earliest possible stages. One of the nasty problems the dogs encounter a lot is worm infestation. The problem of worms in dogs is not new and most guardians are aware of their occurrence. However, what they might not know is that these worms can also infect dogs in their adult life. In most cases, dog…

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When it comes to preventing flea infestations in dogs, flea collars are a solution that is becoming increasingly popular. They deliver active substances that repel fleas and ticks. Thus it is great at providing a continuous protective barrier around the dog’s neck and body. These collars contain active compounds against fleas. Itching, skin irritation, allergic reactions, and disease transmission can be blamed on flea and tick bites. The major objective of flea collars is to protect dogs from the health hazards caused by flea and tick bites. Subscribe to The Happy Puppers to stay updated with all the latest information…

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The well-being and contentment of our canine friends frequently rank high on the list of priorities for dog guardians. One of the most prevalent and sometimes misunderstood problem in dogs are food allergies. Similar to people, dogs with allergies can experience a wide array of symptoms when they are allergic to certain foods. This can significantly impact their overall well-being. Any conscientious dog guardian would do well to familiarize themselves with the signs of food allergies and the significance of treating them appropriately. If you wish to be the best dog guardian and know every tip and trick there is…

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Smegma is a naturally occurring compound that may be discovered in the genitalia of both male and female dogs. This condition is characterized by the accumulation of lost skin cells, oils, and moisture in the folds of the skin. This particularly occurs in the region surrounding the genital region. If it is not adequately managed, an excessive buildup of smegma can cause dogs to experience discomfort and hygiene problems. This occurs despite the fact that it is a typically occurring chemical in the dog’s body. Therefore, dog guardians need to have a thorough understanding of smegma and ramifications to guarantee…

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In my previous blog post, I discussed what is canine paraphimosis. It is a painful and potentially life-threatening disorder that affects male dogs. It manifests itself in an inability to retract the penis back into its protective sheath, the prepuce. Neglecting to treat this problem promptly can result in serious complications such as pain, swelling, tissue damage, and, in extreme circumstances, gangrene caused by a lack of blood flow. Dog guardians need to be aware of the symptoms of paraphimosis and how to prevent it for the sake of their dogs’ health.It is crucial to regularly groom your dog to…

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Pupils with paraphimosis in dogs are unable to retract their penises into their natural positions. this mostly happens because they have been stuck outside the preputial sheath. When not in use, the prepuce (foreskin) often covers and protects the penis. The inability to retract the penis, however, can cause severe pain and even problems in paraphimosis situations. Paraphimosis in dogs is a serious issue, and it’s important to understand the anatomy involved to realize why. When not in use, the preputial sheath retracts to cover the penis, keeping it protected and regulating its moisture levels. The penis emerges from the…

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The one thing that scares every dog guardian is seeing their dog sick. The best way to help out your pooch is to educate yourself on the common ailments that might affect dogs. Amongst these, one illness that commonly affects the eye is pannus in dogs. The cornea, the transparent front surface of the eye, is affected by a progressive inflammatory autoimmune illness in dogs called pannus. This is also called as chronic superficial keratitis. Significant visual damage or even blindness can result from this illness if it is not addressed. A pink, fleshy substance covering the cornea, pigmentation, and…

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Dogs in rescue have many different histories, and each one is special in its own way. Apart from being strays, some had to deal with cruelty, neglect, or abandonment. The uniqueness of these incredible creatures is a result of their varied histories, which also demonstrate their flexibility and persistence. Overcoming trauma is a common part of rescue dogs’ journeys. When it comes to their physical and mental health, rehabilitation is vital. Successful adoptions are the result of building trust, resilience, and an understanding of their past struggles through personalized care. If you wish to be the best dog guardian for…

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Have you ever found yourself fascinated by the rhythmic sounds that emanate from your dogs while they are sleeping? Well, you are not alone in this experience. A number of sleep-related behaviors are shown by dogs, just like they are by humans. One of these habits that frequently draws our attention is dog snores. Dog snores occur in a wide variety of noises, each of which is distinctive to a particular breed. These sounds range from the soft purring of a Pug to the soft whistling of a Whipdog. Despite these noises being appealing, others might be curious about the…

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