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10 Things Your Dog Would Tell you

  1. My life is likely to last 10 to 15 years. Any separation from you will be painful: remember that before you get me.
  2. Give me time to understand what you want me to do.
  3. Place your trust in me - it is crucial for my well being.
  4. Do not be angry at me for long and do not lock me up as punishment.
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All About Dogs and Vomiting

Have you ever watched in disgusted amazement as your dog, who has just vomited on the rug, feverishly tries to eat it up before you can get to it? This behavior may seem bizarre to us but in the dog world it is par for the course and is considered a delightful course indeed. Dogs probably strive too hard to eat their vomit because 1. their mothers regurgitated food for them when they were puppies and 2. their heightened sense of smell reveals the actual food particles in it.

Some vomiting is normal for dogs. Dogs vomit for many reasons including an irritated stomach, eating too fast or too much, or sometimes because of nervousness. A large amount of the time, vomiting is not something to worry about but sometimes it can indicate a serious condition. If your dog vomits once or more a week and it is accompanied by diarrhea, lethargy, or loss of appetite, check with your vet. The trick is know a bit about canine vomiting, what to do, and when to haul your butt to the emergency vet.

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5 Ways to Help Your Dog Age Gracefully

Just as people slow down with age, so do dogs. If your dog is entering his senior years, there are a few things you can do to maintain his quality of life.

Here are some tips...

Provide the nutrition he needs
Most senior dogs will need fewer calories to avoid weight gain as they slow down.

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House Guests with Less Pet Stress

Does Fido accept house guests easily? Holiday events and house guests will be here before you know it, so it's a good time to prepare.

Here are a few tips to help Fido accept guests with less stress:

Provide a safe area: Your dog should have a quiet area he can escape to if he's overwhelmed by noise and foot traffic. In a separate room, set up an area with his food, water bowl,

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A Tip for Cooling Down Your Dog

Stores that sell clothing for construction and roadway workers also often sell cooling bandanas or fabric neckbands filled with water-absorbing crystals. Next time you buy one for yourself, either for work or just to get you through the summer days, buy one for your dog.

Soak it and then tie it gently around the neck of a large dog or wrap and tie it around the back and chest of a small dog just behind the front legs. Now and then, refresh it with your water bottle and the two of you should be good to go for much longer on a hot day.

Why Marrow Bones?

At Wag Watchers we like to treat your pooch to a marrow bone. Why you may ask?

Well first and foremost your dog loves them. They are a delicious and nutritious treat. Also, bones are great fun for dogs. They provide a task that is enjoyable to your beloved pet.

Bones are great for your dogs teeth. They help to clean teeth and eliminate bad breathe. Bones are also good for your pooches digestive tract.

Overall, we share a bone with your dog, not only because it is a great treat for them, but also because it is a healthy treat too.

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