Declawing a dog is not a common practice, according to The Daily Puppy, and not all breeds can be declawed. Some breeders choose to remove a puppy's dewclaws shortly after birth, and some owners choose to have the dewcla... More »

Dogs can be declawed, but it is generally considered to be an inhumane and unnecessary practice, and there are few vets who will perform such a surgery. Dogs need their claws just like people need their fingernails and t... More »

The Daily Puppy reports that dogs who are discharged after spaying surgery may vomit from the medications or be unsteady on their feet for two days. Some dogs try to scratch their wounds, and others are unable to return ... More »

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The Daily Puppy states that dogs get a canine eczema also called pyotraumatic dermatitis, acute moist dermatitis, wet eczema and hot spot. Canine eczema occurs when a skin irritation makes a dog lick and bite the area, c... More »

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Pine cones are not toxic to dogs, according to The Daily Puppy, but it is not a good idea to allow dogs to chew on them or eat them. Pine sap and pine needles are toxic to dogs, both of which may be present on pine cones... More »

The Daily Puppy recommends rest without feeding if the ingested roach poison is a bait with boric acid as the active ingredient. If the ingested poison is a spray containing phosphorus, the dog's owner should induce imme... More »

It is important to ensure the chosen antibiotic is safe for the particular breed of dog as all breeds are affected differently, explains Pets Haven. Safe antibiotics for dogs inlcude cephalexin, penicillin, amoxicillin, ... More »

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