To Your Dogs Health- With Mark Poveromo – Raw Diet for Dogs

To Your Dog’s Health!: Canine Nutrition and Recent Trends Within the Pet Food Industry. Mark Poveromo


Improve Your Dogs Health and Behavior Through Food

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In this Quick Tip Jamie talks about what you should and should not feed your dog and how to use it for training.


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Raw Feeding Your Dogs – ask me anything – Dog Training and Health

A raw meat diet is a very healthy option for your dog. In this video I show my dogs eating raw chicken backs. Including bones and organ meat along with healthy veggies is important for a dog’s health.

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Emergency Dog Health Care : Tips For Treating Injuries to a Dog’s Genitals

Learn what to do when your dog has an injury to his genitals, in this free emergency pet health care video with tips from a veterinarian.

Expert: Dr Adrienne Mulligan
Bio: Dr. Adrienne Mulligan started her lifelong dream to be a veterinarian at Oakridge High School in Oakridge, Tennessee.
Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler


Emergency Dog Health Care : How to Tell if Your Dog Has Eaten Rat Poison

Learn how to tell if your dog has eaten rat poison and get tips on what to do in this free emergency pet health care video.

Expert: Dr Adrienne Mulligan
Bio: Dr. Adrienne Mulligan started her lifelong dream to be a veterinarian at Oakridge High School in Oakridge, Tennessee.
Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler


Dog Health : How to Stop a Dog’s Ear Odor

A dog may have an ear odor due to the buildup of wax or because of a yeast infection or bacterial infection. Find out how to keep a dog’s ears clean as the first step in avoiding ear odor with help from a veterinarian in this free video on ear odor in dogs.

Expert: James Talbott
Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn.
Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge


How To Take Care of a Puppy: Your Dog’s First Vet Appointment

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Pet Care – How to grow Your Dog Head & body – Bhola Shola

Pet Care – How to grow Dog Head & body
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How to grow Dog Head & body in the Hindi Language.

1. The old saying goes that you can’t judge a book by its cover, suggesting that first impressions based upon the look of something don’t give you much information. However a recent study suggests that for dogs, their appearance (in terms of their size and their head shape), may well give you a lot of information about the personality and behavioral characteristics of the dog.

2. Although the initial domestication of dogs may have occurred 14,000 years or more in the past, humans have continued to transform dogs to fulfill many different functions associated with guarding, herding, hunting, or simply companionship. Our selective breeding of dogs has modified their size and their shape dramatically so that the more than 400 recorded breeds of dogs are easily recognizable based on their physical characteristics. It also appears that there is some correlation between a dog’s head shape and the functions that they perform for humans; for example the sighthounds (who pursue game over open ground) tend to have long narrow heads, while many of the guarding breeds tend to have more square shaped heads.

3. he physical variables that the researchers were interested in were primarily the height and weight of the dog, and the shape of the dog’s head. While the first two variables are obvious the shape of the dog’s head requires a bit of explanation. There is a lot of variability in head shape among the various dog breeds. Put simply, head shape ranges from the long-headed dogs, technically called “dolichocephalic” (such as the Afghan Hound or the Greyhound) to the broader wide-skulled dogs technically called “brachycephalic” (such as the Pug or French Bulldog). In between are the “mesocephalic” (sometimes called “mesaticephalic”) which would include the Golden Retriever or the Beagle. You can see some examples below.

4. The dog’s weight also predicted certain personality characteristics. Heavier dogs tended to be bolder, more inquisitive, and attentive. Lighter dogs tended to be more cautious and fearful.

5. Head shape also predicted some differences in temperament. The brachycephalic dogs seem to be more engaged with their owners with a higher interest in human-directed play. On the other hand these short-faced dogs were more defensive when faced with a difficult to interpret situation (such as seeing a person dressed like a ghost). The dolichocephalic dogs seem to be less likely to engage in object play, especially with unfamiliar humans. However these long-faced dogs were not as easily startled and recovered more quickly when an unexpected event occurred.

6. Although obesity is far too common in dogs today; there are also dogs with the opposite problem. In fact, some dogs are downright skinny and I know; I have one of those dogs. But I know why my dog is thin; he’s active, runs and plays hard, and is always ready to go. Here are some things I’ve learned as I live with this dog and try to keep weight on him.

7. Your dog’s veterinarian is your partner in your dog’s health care so talk to your vet before you make any changes regarding your dog’s weight. Ask your vet to perform a complete physical as there are a number of diseases or health issues that can affect weight loss (or gain) as well as appetite. You’ll want to eliminate these prior to beginning a weight gain program. In addition, ask your veterinarian for a goal weight for your dog.

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Ways to Clean your Dog Kennel | Dog’s Health

A dog kennel is what you call a shelter or a structure meant for dogs. Here, dogs can run and are being kept. There are two types of dog kennel, the indoor and the outdoor type. The size of a kennel would greatly depend upon how many dogs you’ll be placing inside and if they would get along with each other. In cleaning your kennel, you’ll be needing tools like a deck brush and disinfectant. Watch this video for you to learn more.


How to keep your dog’s coat shiny and healthy

Use grooming sprays to aid in keeping your dogs coat healthy. Your dog can look their best by applying a grooming spray.


No Fat Dogs! How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight

Ever wonder what a “healthy weight” looks like on a dog? It’s easy to measure whether or not your dog is at a healthy weight with just one quick glance. This video gives you easy tips to help your dog lose weight, as well as how to tell if your dog is at a healthy weight.

This video (and accompanying article) detail how easy it is to tell if your dog is overweight and, if he is, how easy it can be to help him lose the extra weight. Read the article (and watch the embedded video) here:

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5 Ways To Clean Your Dog’s Teeth That He Won’t Hate PLUS The Disease 85% Of Dogs Have!

5 Ways To Clean Your Dog’s Teeth That He Won’t Hate!

Did you know what periodontal disease effects 85% of dogs over the age of 3?

Your dog’s mouth is no joke and in fact a severe case of periodontal disease can actually become fatal and end up killing your dog if it isn’t treated in time.

In this video I’ll show you 5 ways you can clean your dog’s teeth and keep his mouth healthy.

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How to Exercise a Dog With Hip Dysplasia : Dog’s Health

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Exercise is very important for all dogs, but especially for ones who suffer from hip dysplasia. Find out how to exercise a dog with hip dysplasia with help from a dynamic, holistic and conventional veterinarian in this free video clip.

Expert: Dr. Jena Questen
Filmmaker: Roger Whitton

Series Description: A dog truly is man’s (and woman’s) best friend – if you take care of your pet, your pet will take care of you. Learn all about your dog’s health and how to improve it in certain situations with help from a dynamic, holistic and conventional veterinarian in this free video series.


4 Healthy Dog Treat Alternatives

Here is what you’ll need!

*Try replacing training treats with blueberries.
*Training treats can be high in sugar and gluten which can cause itchy skin, fatigue and other problems.
*Blueberries have the same antioxidant effect in dogs as humans.
*Two or three blueberries are a sufficient treat.

-Cut up a sweet potato lengthwise to make wedges
-Bake for 30 minutes at 350°F / 180 °C for 4 – 5 hours

*Snacking on coconut oil can freshen your dog’s breath and provide various health benefits.
*Coconut oil should be introduced slowly and give only once or twice a day, typically with a meal or as a treat.
*Coconut oil has a high fat value. You should monitor your dog’s weight when giving coconut oil.


-1 cup milk (Some dogs may be lactose intolerant. In that case, you can substitute water for the milk.)
-1/2 cup creamy peanut butter (make sure it does NOT contain artificial sweeteners such as xylitol.)
-1 large egg
-2 cups all-purpose unbleached flour
-1/2 cup oatmeal

-Preheat oven to 350°F
-Mix together the milk, peanut butter, and egg in a food processor.
-Stir the flour and oats together. Slowly add the mixture to the milk, peanut butter and eggs.
-Remove the dough from the food processor. And roll small pieces into balls.
-Place small balls of dough onto a tray lined with parchment paper. Press the balls down with your thumb to flatten slightly.
-Bake for 30 minutes or until they are slightly brown.

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Three Easy Ways to Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy

Dr. Ashley Gallagher, vet at the Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington D.C., shares three easy ways to keep your pet healthy and happy, while saving …


Your Dog Has A Cold Nose – Sign of Health?

One common belief is that you can tell if your dog is sick or not based on how their nose feels. Is this true? Well Dr Jones answers this question in today’s video.


Dog Health : How to Get Rid of Bad Breath for Dogs

A dog with bad breath, or halitosis, comes from bacterial buildup in the mouth, and brush kits can be used to remove tartar and bacteria. Learn about products that can be placed in a dog’s water or treats to help them overcome halitosis with help from a veterinarian in this free video on bad breath in dogs.

Expert: James Talbott
Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn.
Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge


Dog Won’t Eat? 7 Ways to Overcome Loss of Appetite in Dogs

Dog stopped eating? Worry not, loss of appetite in dogs is pretty common. We’ve lined up some tips that can help stimulate a dog’s appetite in no time.

If you want to more information on how to get a picky dog to eat, check out our full blog post on Loss of Appetite in Dogs at:


(1) Warm up their food – a picky dog’s appetite can be stimulated by smell. Warming up food tends to heighten the scent.

(2) Add chicken or beef broth – Scent can be a powerful appetite stimulant for dogs because dogs feel hunger with smell. Chicken or beef broth can add delicious flavor and smell to a dog’s food, making them more likely to eat.

(3) Try canned food – Dog’s, just like us, can get bored of their food. If you have a picky dog, try switching over to a canned or packaged food, but just be careful to ease them into it because they have sensitive stomachs.

(4) Feed by hand – If your dog won’t eat any food you leave out, try to hand feed some chicken or kibble. Your dog may eat.

(5) Add some crumbled egg yolk – egg yolks and clarified butter (called ghee) are natural appetite stimulants for dogs. Try mixing it into their kibble or wet food when they are not interested in their usual meal.

(6) Add shredded or boiled chicken to their kibble – dogs love chicken, so mixing this into their kibble can be a good way to stimulate their appetite.

(7) Don’t force – Loss of appetite in dogs is usually temporary. Leave the food out and maybe your dog will eat their food eventually.

Remember, loss of appetite in dogs is pretty common and can be short-term or or long-term. If it has been more than 48 hours, you should meet with your veterinarian. There are 3 different scenarios that could be the cause:

(1) Dog has lost interest in food- this occurs when a dog with a normally healthy appetite is suddenly eating a lot less or rejecting their usual portions. In these scenarios, dogs will often be open to eating boiled chicken or some of their “favorite” foods, but may reject their usual kibble.

(2) Dog has stopped eating altogether- when a dog completely stops eating, this is referred to as canine anorexia. Canine anorexia is very different from human anorexia, as it has to do with loss of appetite, not any kind of body dysmorphic disorder. If a dog won’t eat at all and this lasts more than 48 hours, this could be the indication of an illness and you should talk to your veterinarian right away.

(3) Dog not eating certain foods- some dogs are just picky but sometimes there are other factors at play, such as illness or tooth pain, that may prevent them from eating. You should never assume your dog is just being picky, as a loss of appetite is often a sign of an illness. If you notice a change in eating habits, you should consult your veterinarian.

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Five Herbs to Improve Your Dog’s Health

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Coconut Oil Health Benefits for Dogs

I thought I would make a video about coconut oil health benefits for dogs. Feeding coconut oil to your dogs in the right dosage has a host of scientific benefits. I feed it to my dog, Ellie, daily. It gives her a beautiful coat, and keeps her skin from getting dry.There are so many health benefits for your pup including: smooth coats, better brain function, more energy, weight loss, prevents and controls diabetes and the list goes on. It is an easy addition to your dog’s daily meal. In my book, it is a must! Enjoy the vid =)


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