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1. Does Your Dog Often Obtaining the Runs?

Add bio yoghurt to your own feed. Quite often this can be a bacterial imbalance. The bio yoghurt normally sorts this type of difficulty out rather quickly.

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2. Is Your Dog’s Urine Burning the Yard?

Yellow spots on the yard are due because your dog’s digestive tract is too full of nitrogen hence the high levels of nitrogen in the urine causes the yard spots. Go out and actually look at those burn marks. Notice how the outside edge of the mark really has really nice, green grass? That is due to the fact that the nitrogen that burnt the grass is too strong but the outer edges of the ‘ring’ of pee ended up with only enough nitrogen to help instead of harm. Border Terrier Your Purebred Puppy
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There are a number of things you can do. If you are observant you are able to water over the place at which the dog has urinated this can dilute the nitrogen and will be helpful to the yard. Set aside a place the dog can use as a bathroom where you do not care what happens. Fill it with shingle or merely leave the bud there to get burnt. Teach the dog to go in that one spot. This will take some time and patience.

Alternatively a dose of one teaspoon to one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (determined by how big the dog) per day can fix the pH imbalance and may solve the issue. The apple cider vinegar can be added into the dog’s water or put directly on his or her food. The natural type in the health food store, not the pasteurized variant from the supermarketTwo tbsp of tomato juice to the dog’s food twice a day will have the identical effect.

3. Insect Stings to Dogs or Cats

Slice a raw onion and then use to the sting when possible.If the bite is within the mouth – Keep “Antihistamine” capsules on your first aid kit. A quick government soon after the sting may prevent serious complications. You can 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 makes a sort of little cup, then pour the measured liquid in, close mouth, tip head back and massage throat. Some dogs will really swallow the insect live, which may continue stinging the dog and cause anaphylactic shock. In rare cases, death can result. This is caused from internal swelling of the trachea which cuts off the oxygen supply to the lungs. Speedy administration of “Antihistamine” could reduce and even prevent serious complications.

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SPECIAL NOTE – Dosage will vary depending on how big the creature. Check with your veterinarian for suggested dose. Usually they’ll refer to the creature’s weight as a guideline.

4. Sharp Object and Glass eating

Dogs even eat decorations, Xmas decorations, light bulbs and plenty of different things that are sharp and therefore dangerous. Here is what to do. Border Terrier Your Purebred Puppy
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Go to the chemist and purchase some cotton balls make sure it is cotton balls rather than the decorative puff things they are made of manmade fibres. Buy a carton of double cream and keep it in the freezer if from the eventuality of your dog eating something sharp. Defrost the cream and then put some in a bowl. Dip cotton balls into the cream and then feed them to your dog.

Dogs less than 10 pounds should eat 2 balls which you have first torn into smaller pieces. Dogs 10-50 pounds should eat 3-5 chunks and dogs should eat 5-7.

You may feed larger dogs an entire cotton ball at once. 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 small sharp objects and wrap itself around them. Even 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 odd for a few days. If either of the latter symptoms appear you need to rush your pet to the vet for a checkup, but in most cases, the dogs should be fine

5. Bonding

If you want to quickly bond with a new pup or rescue dog. Masticate a piece of white bread till it is a gooey then feed as a titbit to the pup/dog for your first seven days. You simply have to do this after a day; it imitates the regurgitation process when pups and cubs are being weaned from the wild, this makes all of the difference and helps them bond faster and consequently settle in much sooner.

6. Constipation

If your puppy does not move his intestines for a day or two, or when he appears to have trouble doing this, he may be constipated. He won’t taste it with all the meals. Do this until he is regular again. Also be sure that he gets lots of exercise. Deficiency of jogging, walking, walking and leaping can make a puppy searchable.

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7. Car Sickness

Often Ginger helps for this problem possibly Ginger Biscuits or even better organic ginger fed prior to the travel. The biscuits can be fed as the puppy gets in the vehicle, which has an added incentive of the dog feeling that it being commended for only getting in the vehicle. Cocculus 6C a homeopathic remedy for travel sickness may also be help particularly for a dog that has excessive drooling or has been sick. Give one dose then replicate every 30 minutes for a maximum of 4 doses. Sea Legs can also be helpful 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 would be fine

8. Grooming

Once per week put a really good shake of Olive Oil “that one that you use for salads” to the puppies food, it gives the coat a fantastic shiny healthy look. In combination with the oil use a rubber horse curry comb/ brush; you could buy it cheaply from any tack store, strips all the dead hair off and polishes up the jacket better than any other brush on the market. In addition they do a plastic that gets all the seeds and pieces out debris. I use both to good impact.

9. Grooming Two

No matter the dogs coat long or short dress every day. Even if it’s just for a couple of minutes and make certain that you dress on the withers. This helps in bonding and social status. Grooming is a significant social gesture. That is why some dominant dogs thing to being dressed, they don’t believe you’ve got the place to initiate this activity.

10. Tears Stains and Bacterial Infections

Wet places on the face are a breeding ground for bacteria and yeast. “Ptirsporum”, reddish yeast germs, is at the origin of most yeast infections. Tear stains also often happen at precisely the same time as a gum infection or ear infection. Staining can also occur on a puppy’s paws from licking round his mouth from infected saliva.

Apple cider vinegar (in its natural form from a health food shop, not the pasteurized version from the Supermarket) I purchase mine from horse tack stores.  Border Terrier Your Purebred Puppy
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Putting a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar per quart of water in your pet’s water bowl or on food can clean up most lively yeast infections and protect against future infections. Apple cider vinegar pills can be used if your dog refuses to drink the treated water or eat the meals.

11. Halitosis/Dog Breath

Halitosis, or unpleasant breath, can be brought about by a stomach problem, poor teeth or tonsils, or something that’s stuck in the dog’s mouth or throat. Look your dog’s teeth to determine if some are decayed. If his breath remains offensive, then take him to a vet to find out if he wants his teeth cleaned or his tonsils treated.

12. Cuts

In case your dog cuts himself slightly, put some boric acid solution or some peroxide onto the cut and leave it alone. You might also get veterinarian 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 making sure no dirt or debris is left in the wound and puff the powder onto the region and make it normally heals up rather fast. If the cut is deep, or if it doesn’t stop bleeding, then pack gauze or clean rags around it and then require him to a vet.

13. Electric Shocks

Once in a while, a silly puppy will chew through an electrical cable causing a lamp or a radio or a toaster. Surprisingly the jolt he receives is generally not serious (although in some circumstances has proved fatal); however it can sometimes be strong enough to knock him out. If it happens, place a little household ammonia on a wad of cotton and hold this beneath his nose. Don’t touch the nose, since the ammonia will burn his skin. When he does comes to, give him some cool, strong, black coffee to drink. If his mouth appears burnt from the jolt, wet a fabric in strong, trendy tea and wash the burned area with this. Take him to the vet when he appears burnt or injured at all.

14. What if your pet swallows a dangerous object

It is a rare pup that doesn’t swallow at least one odd object which his belly can not possibly digest. However, a dog’s gut is so constructed it can usually take care of most of the odd things that find their way into it. Should you realize your dog swallow what you know is bad for him … that a piece of rubber mill, a large nail, a splinter of sharp metallic object … here is what to do right away.

Give him a large piece of bread to eat. Now put him onto a newspaper or some other place where he can vomit without doing any damage. In a short while, the salt will make him throw the bread along with the odd thing. When it does not appear the first time give him another dose of salt after about 5 minutes. Once the object is vomited, He should be OK. But if he starts to have diarrhoea, or if his stomach swells up and looks tender when you touch it, give him a tablespoonful of mineral oil. If he still seems to be in pain after a few hours, or if there is any blood in his urine or bowel motion, take him directly to a vet.

15. Eyes

If you want to clean out the “sleep bugs,” you can dip a wad of cotton to some combination of warm water and boric-acid alternative 50/50. You could even use plain hot milk for this purpose. If your pet has got some mild conjunctivitis attempt warm used tea bags, even if the disease is more than moderate then buy some Golden Eye in the chemist (cream not drops) and treat for three days this clears up many diseases, yet if he still has difficulties a trip to the Vet is in order. In case of a real injury to the eyes by a dogfight, or something poked to them, put a pad of gauze soaked in boric-acid alternative 50/50 ie warm water and boric acid within the eye that’s hurt. Then wrap a towel loosely around your dog’s head and take him to a vet.

16. Commands

Avoid giving your puppy commands which you know that you can’t enforce. Each time you give a command that is neither complied with nor enforced your dog learns that orders are optional.

One command should equal 1 response, so give your puppy only one control (twice maximum!) , then softly enforce it. Repeating commands songs out your dog (as does nagging) and teaches your dog that the initial several orders are a “bluff.” , is neither an efficient nor effective way to issue commands.

17. The Dog’s Title

Whenever possible, use your puppy’s name positively, rather than using it in conjunction with a reprimand, punishment or warnings. Your dog should trust that when it hears its own name or is called to you, good things happen. His name should remain positive and reacted to with excitement, never hesitancy or fear.

One of best ways to be certain his name is regarded as a positive is to sit the dog between you and your partner or a friend and say that the puppy’s name. Get your partner/friend to perform the same and keep repeating back and forth for a few minutes, do this often and for the rest of the dogs life also he/she should always respond enthusiastically if his name is mentioned. Border Terrier Your Purebred Puppy
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Some people including myself create a lousy dog name so that the dog never hears its real name in any negative situation.

18. Pee Poles

These are extremely new in the pet stores and are made of hard plastic and appear like a 1 foot high giant tack. The tack is impregnated with a Pheromone which causes the dogs and bitches to urinate on them. You hammer them in the area you want the dog to urinate and hey presto. Believe it or not it seems to work. These scientists do really nicely with their pheromones, what with all the DAP diffuser and now this.

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19. Puppy Teething

The majority of the teething and chewing as besides mouthing and nipping begins at about 4.5 months old. This is the time that the little piranha teeth, laughingly called puppy teeth start dropping out, as the brand new adult teeth begin pushing. It takes anything up to 8 months for these new teeth to put in the jaw, although this is happening the puppy has a need to chew. To help soothe this and conserve your fixtures, fittings and furniture. Get the pup a plastic flower pot. Not the delicate ones but a rather thick substantial one, this will help his gums and Heal the itching. Another fantastic help is get a knotted rope you buy as a tug soak it in water and put it in the freezer. The ice which creates really helps warm and itchy gums. Additionally suspend carrots and whilst frozen contribute to teething pups a fantastic and healthy soother. #keyword#.

20. Games of Tug

I don’t enjoy games of tug at any time, except with a specially timid or fearful dog then I’ll play and let the dog win to build up some confidence. However I never play tug with a puppy whilst it’s its own puppy/piranha teeth. It actually has little or no jaw muscles in the time therefore it’s possible to dislocate the jaw or perhaps misalign the teeth by enjoying roughhouse tug games. You could also be setting the scene for competitive confrontations later from the puppy’s growth cycle by enjoying this type of game. It’d be better playing matches of find, hide little bits of treats in the home and garden and invite the dog to hunt them out, or ball games these all help dispel a few of the puppy’s energies and also to excite the brain, as opposed to stimulate the aggression predatory facet of the puppy.

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