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1. Is Your Dog Regularly Getting the Runs?

Add bio yoghurt to their feed. Quite often this may be a bacterial imbalance. The bio berry generally sorts this type of problem out rather quickly.

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Yellow spots on the lawn are caused because your dog’s digestive tract is too full of nitrogen therefore the high levels of nitrogen in the urine causes the lawn spots. Go out and really look at those burn marks. Notice how the exterior edge of the mark actually has really nice, green bud? That’s due to the fact that the nitrogen that burnt off the grass is too strong but the outer edges of this ‘ring’ of urine ended up with just enough nitrogen to help instead of hurt. Doberman Good Family Dog
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There are a number of things that you can do. If you’re observant you are able to water over the spot where the dog has urinated this will dilute the nitrogen and will be helpful to the lawn. Set aside a place the dog can use as a toilet in which you don’t care what happens. Fill it or merely leave the bud there for burned. Teach the puppy to go in that 1 spot. This will take some time and patience.

Instead a dose of one teaspoon to a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (determined by the size of the dog) daily can correct the pH imbalance and may take care of the problem. The apple cider vinegar may be added into the dog’s water or place directly on his or her food. The natural type in the health food shop, not the pasteurized version from the supermarketTwo tablespoons of tomato juice on the pet’s food twice a day is going to have the same effect.

3. Insect Stings to Dogs or Cats

Slice a raw onion and use to the sting as soon as possible.If the bite is within the mouth – Keep “Antihistamine” capsules on your first aid kit. A rapid administration soon after the sting can prevent severe complications. You might even have antihistamine in liquid form that makes it easier to dispense. To administer fluids pull out the jowl close to the back teeth it creates a type of little cup, then pour the measured liquid in, shut mouth, tip head back and massage throat. Some dogs will actually swallow the insect live, which might continue draining the dog and cause anaphylactic shock. Quick administration of “Antihistamine” can reduce and even prevent severe complications.

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SPECIAL NOTE – Dosage will vary based on the size of the animal. Check with your vet for suggested dose. Usually they’ll refer to the animal’s weight as a guideline.

4. Sharp Object and Glass ingestion

Dogs even eat ornaments, Xmas decorations, light bulbs and lots of different things which are sharp and so dangerous.  Doberman Good Family Dog
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Go to the chemist and purchase a cotton balls make certain that it’s cotton balls and not the decorative puff things they are made of manmade fibres. Buy a carton of double cream and keep it in the freezer if in the eventuality of your puppy eating something gaudy. Defrost the cream and then pour some in a bowl. Dip cotton balls into the cream and then feed them to a dog.

Dogs under 10 pounds should eat two balls which you have first torn into smaller pieces. Dogs 10-50 lbs should eat 3-5 chunks and dogs should eat 5-7.

You may feed larger dogs an whole cotton ball simultaneously. Dogs appear to actually like these odd treats and eat them readily. As the cotton works its way through the digestive tract it will find all the glass and little sharp items and wrap itself around them. The teeniest shards of glass will be caught and wrapped in the cotton fibers and the cotton will protect the intestines from harm. Your dog’s stools will be a bit strange for a few days. You must take care to check for new blood or a tarry appearance to the stool. If either of the latter symptoms appear you should rush your dog to the vet to get a check-up, but Generally, the dogs should be fine

5. Bonding

If you would like to quickly bond with a new pup or rescue puppy. Masticate a bit of white bread till it’s a gooey then feed this as a titbit to the pup/dog for your first seven days. You simply need to do this after a day; it imitates the regurgitation procedure when pups and cubs are being weaned from the wild, this really makes all of the difference and helps them bond faster and therefore settle in much earlier.

6. Constipation

If your dog doesn’t move his intestines for a day or 2, or if he appears to have difficulty doing so, he may be constipated. Give him a teaspoonful of milk of magnesia very first thing in the morning, prior to his breakfast if you feed him twice a day. If he’s often constipated, add more vegetables to his diet and mix a teaspoonful of mineral oil in his or her dinner. He will not flavor it with all the meals. Do this until he is regular again. Also be certain he gets plenty of exercise. Lack of jogging, walking, walking and jumping can earn a dog constipated.

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7. Automobile Sickness

Often Ginger helps for this problem possibly Ginger Biscuits or better organic ginger fed prior to the travel. The biscuits can be fed as the puppy gets in the car, which has an added incentive of the dog feeling it being commended for just getting in the automobile. Cocculus 6C a naturopathic remedy for travel sickness can also be help especially for a dog that has excess drooling or has been sick. Give 1 dose then replicate every 30 minutes for a maximum of 4 doses daily. Sea Legs can also be useful the human travel sickness but check with your Vet for just how much to administer, although I’d imagine if you bought a kid’s dose it’d be fine

8. Grooming

Once per week put a really good shake of Olive Oil “that one you use for sandwiches” to the dogs food, it gives the coat a brilliant shiny healthier appearance. In combination with the oil utilize a rubber horse curry comb/ brush; you could buy it cheaply in the tack store, strips all the dead hair off and shines up the coat better than any other brush on the industry. They also do a plastic which gets all the seeds and bits of debris out. I use both to good impact.

9. Grooming Two

No matter the dogs coat long or short groom daily. Even if it’s just for a few minutes and be certain you groom over the withers. This assists in bonding and social status. In the wild the Alpha Male and Female will call over the other wolves or wild dogs separately and groom them in their pecking order. Grooming is an important social gesture. That is why some dominant dogs object to being groomed, they do not believe you have the position to initiate this action.

10. Tears Stains and Bacterial Infections

Bacterial infections commonly occur in the tear ducts. “Ptirsporum”, red yeast bacteria, is at the origin of most yeast infections. Tear stains also frequently happen at the same time as a gum infection or ear disease. Staining can also happen on a puppy’s paws from licking round his mouth from infected saliva.

Apple cider vinegar (in its natural form from a health food store, not the pasteurized variant from the Supermarket) I get mine from horse tack shops.  Doberman Good Family Dog
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Putting a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar per quart of water in your dog’s water bowl or on food can clear up most lively yeast infections and protect against future infections. Apple cider vinegar tablets can be used if your dog won’t consume the treated water or eat the meals.

11. Halitosis/Dog Breath

Halitosis, or disagreeable breath, can be brought about by means of a tummy problem, poor teeth or tonsils, or something that is stuck in the dog’s mouth or throat. Look your puppy’s teeth to see if some are decayed. If not, then give him 3/4 teaspoonful of bicarbonate of soda into his food twice per day for a couple of days. If his breath is still offensive, then take him to a vet to find out if he wants his teeth cleaned or his tonsils treated.

12. Cuts

If your dog cuts himself slightly, put some boric acid solution or any peroxide onto the cut and then leave it alone. You can even get vet wound powder, the very best place to buy this really is a horse tack shop it is much cheaper, clean out the cut or abrasion ensuring no dirt or debris is left in the wound and yank the powder on the area and make it normally brightens up rather fast. If the cut is on his leg or foot and bleeds a lot, tie a piece of cloth tightly around his leg between the cut and his body, release the strain every ten minutes, and take him into a vet simultaneously.

13. Electric Shocks

Once in a while, a silly puppy will chew through an electric cord leading to a lamp or a radio or a toaster. Surprisingly the shock he receives is generally not serious (although in certain circumstances has proved deadly); nevertheless it can sometimes be strong enough to knock him out. If this occurs, put a small household ammonia on a wad of cotton and hold this under his nose. Do not touch the nose with it, as the ammonia will burn his skin. The sharp odour will bring him round. If he comes to, give him some cool, strong, black coffee to drink. If his mouth seems burned by the shock, wet a fabric in strong, trendy tea and wash the burnt place with this. Take him to the vet when he seems burned or hurt in any way.

14. Imagine if your pet swallows a harmful thing

It’s a rare pup that does not swallow a minumum of one strange object which his stomach can’t possibly digest. But a dog’s stomach is so constructed that it can usually take care of the majority of the strange things that find their way to it. If you should realize your dog swallow something you know is bad for him … a piece of rubber toy, a large nail, a splinter of bone or sharp metallic object … here is what to do immediately.

Give him a large piece of bread. Then throw about two teaspoonfuls of salt on the back of his tongue, close his mouth with your hand and keep it shut until he swallows the salt. Now put him onto a paper another area where he can vomit without doing any damage. In a short time, the salt will cause him to throw the bread and the strange thing. If this doesn’t appear the first time give him a second dose of salt after about 5 minutes. Once the thing is vomited, He should be fine. But when he begins to get diarrhoea, or if his tummy swells up and appears tender when you touch it, give him a tablespoonful of mineral oil. If he appears to be in pain after a few hours, or if there is any blood in his urine or bowel motion, take him straight to a vet.

15. Eyes

If you want to wash out the “sleep bugs, then” you are able to dip a wad of cotton to some mixture of warm water and boric-acid solution 50/50. You can even use plain hot milk for this purpose. If your furry friend has some mild conjunctivitis attempt warm used tea bags, if the infection is more than moderate then buy some Golden Eye from the chemist (lotion not drops) and treat for three days this clears up most infections, yet if he has difficulties a visit to the Vet is so. In the event of a real injury to the eyes by a dogfight, or some thing poked to them, set a pad of gauze soaked in boric-acid solution 50/50 ie warm water and boric acid over the eye that’s hurt. Then wrap a towel loosely around the dog’s mind and take him at once to a vet.

16. Commands

Avoid giving your puppy commands that you know that you cannot apply. Each time you give a command that is neither complied with nor enforced your puppy learns that commands are optional.

1 command should equal one answer, so give your puppy only one control (twice maximum!) , then softly enforce it. , is neither an efficient nor effective way to issue orders. Simply give your puppy one “Sit” command and lightly place or lure your dog into the sit position, then praise/reward.

17. The Dog’s Name

Whenever you can, use your puppy’s name favorably, rather than using it together with a reprimand, punishment or warnings. Your dog should trust that when it hears its own name or is called to you, great things happen. His name should remain positive and responded to with excitement, never hesitancy or fear.

Among the best ways to be certain his name is viewed as a positive is to sit between you and your partner or a friend and say the puppy’s name. Get your partner/friend to do exactly the exact same and keep repeating back and forth for a couple of minutes, do so regularly and for the remaining dogs life and he/she should always respond enthusiastically if his name is said. Doberman Good Family Dog
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Some people like myself create a bad dog name so that the dog never hears its real name at any negative circumstance.

18. Pee Poles

These are very new in the pet stores and are made from hard plastic and appear almost like a 1 foot high giant tack. You hammer them at the area you would like the puppy to urinate and hey presto. Believe it or not it seems to work. These scientists are doing really nicely with their pheromones, what with the DAP diffuser and this.

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19. Puppy Teething

Most of the teething and chewing as besides mouthing and nipping starts at about 4.5 weeks old. This is the time that the little piranha teeth, laughingly called pup teeth start dropping out, as the brand new adult teeth begin pushing. It takes anything up to 8 weeks for all these new teeth to put from the jaw, whilst this is occurring the pup has a need to chew over. To help soothe this and conserve your fixtures, fittings and furniture. Get the puppy a plastic flower pot. Not the thin brittle ones but a rather thick large one, this will help his teeth and Heal the itching. Another great help is get a knotted rope you purchase as a spoonful it in water and set it in the freezer. The ice which forms really helps warm and itchy gums. Also freeze carrots and whilst frozen contribute to teething pups a fantastic and nutritious soother. #keyword#.

20. Games of Tug

I don’t like games of tug at any moment, except with a specially timid or fearful dog then I will play and allow the dog win to build up some confidence. However I never play tug with a pup whilst it has its own puppy/piranha teeth. It actually has little or no jaw muscles in the time thus it’s possible to dislocate the jaw or even misalign the teeth by playing roughhouse tug games. You could also be setting the scene for aggressive confrontations after from the puppy’s development cycle by playing this kind of game. It would be better playing matches of locate, hide little bits of treats from the home and garden and invite the puppy to hunt them out, or ball matches that these all help dispel a few of the pup’s energies and also to excite the brain, as opposed to stimulate the aggression side of the puppy.

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