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How to Treat Dog Sleep Disorders

How to Treat Dog Sleep Disorders

5 min read

Most people are familiar with the sleep disorders that humans can develop. Insomnia, sleep walking, narcolepsy, and sleep apnea are just a few examples. It may surprise you to learn that dogs can also have these issues. Even though they are rare occurrences, it is important to know the signs so that you can help your pup, and any underlying cause may be quickly addressed.  
Strains and Sprains in Dogs

Strains and Sprains in Dogs

4 min read

Limping is one of the more common reasons why you might bring your dog to see his veterinarian outside of regular preventive care. Dogs are already quite good at hiding signs of illness from their owners, so when your pup is limping, there is likely a reason behind it. Sprains and strains are common causes of limping, but how serious are these injuries?

Ruptured Discs in Dogs

Ruptured Discs in Dogs

5 min read

The anatomy of a dog’s spine is very similar to our own. The many small bones that house the spinal cord (called vertebrae) form a protective cage around the spinal cord, and the discs that exist in between the vertebrae allow for flexibility and protection. It is possible to injure these intervertebral discs and develop clinical signs as a result.
Veggies for Dogs: Which Ones They Can and Cannot Eat

Veggies for Dogs: Which Ones They Can and Cannot Eat

5 min read

Your dog’s health and well-being are highly dependent on their diet. We control most of what our dogs eat, so it is important to make sure they get everything they need.


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