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Here are the top ten articles for the Dogs Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Names for Dogs by Country of Origin
Here´s a list of names for dogs by country of origin...
2. Doggy Alzheimer's Disease
Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome causes disorientation, confusion, memory loss and personality changes that are very similar to Alzheimer´s Disease in humans. Don´t assume that changes in your senior dog´s behavior are just a natural part of aging.
3. The Wonderful Weimaraner
Weimaraners are wonderful pets and versatile sporting dogs. They´re loving, fiercely devoted companions - quick to learn and eager to please. But... they're not for everyone....
4. Winter Paw Care for Dogs
Even paws covered in heavy fur get cold when they get wet. Exposure to ice, snow and salt can be a hazard to even the toughest paws. Well-made boots can keep a dog´s paws warm and dry in rain, ice, and snow and protect them from the harmful effects of salt and de-icers.
5. Reverse Sneezing in Dogs
what is reverse sneezing and when should you be worried?
6. Clean Ears - Healthy Dog
Ear care should be part of your regular grooming routine. By checking your dog´s ears often you´ll notice signs of irritation early and help prevent painful, often hard to treat ear infections. Setting up a regular weekly schedule can benefit everyone, especially your dog!
7. When Your Dog Must Have an Ultrasound
An ultrasound is a painless diagnostic procedure, and, unlike x-rays, no radiation is involved. A Veterinarian can visualize the inside a dog's heart and other internal organs for an accurate diagnosis. Here's what to expect if your dog must have an ultrasound.
8. Carsickness in Dogs
Before giving up on having your pup accompany you on car rides, try these simple tips for making every ride vomit-free.
9. Mushrooms - Deadly Poisons in Your Own Backyard
Many dog owners don't realize that some of the mushrooms growing in their yard are highly toxic and can kill the dog who eats them.
10. E-Collars - Those Dreaded Lampshades
An E-collar is the one sure way to stop the licking and allow a dog's wound to heal. It takes some getting used to and extra supervision, but the good results are worth it!
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