All You Need to Know About Parvo in Dogs

Parvo is a highly infectious virus that can cause serious illness in young and unvaccinated dogs. Bone marrow and the intestinal tract tend to be the parts of the body that get the most affected.

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How to Prevent Worms in Dogs

As responsible owners, there’s a lot we can do to help protect our dogs from suffering a worm infestation. That will reduce the spread of these parasites to both us and other animals our pets mix with.

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Everything You Need to Know About Kennel Cough in Dogs

When dogs get together, there tends to be a lot of sniffing going on. One of the consequences can be kennel cough, named precisely because it tends to crop up when groups of dogs congregate.

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Why Does My Dog Sneeze So Much

Sneezing is usually a natural reflex to get rid of an irritant. Sometimes sneezing can be a sign of an underlying health problem in your dog. So, how do you tell when it’s time to see a vet?

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All About Anal Gland Problems in Dogs

Dogs have 2 anal glands at the point where digested food makes its final exit. Find out what these small oval-shaped sacs on either side of the anus do as we look into some of the problems they can sometimes cause our dogs.

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How Long Is a Dog in Heat

A dog heat cycle can be challenging for both a pet and her owner. Dogs can feel confused and out of sorts. Owners might well wonder what they can do to make the heat cycle more comfortable for a dog in heat. It’s a tricky time.

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Looking to Adopt? Introducing Verhuisdieren.nl

Cooper Pet Care is pleased to announce a collaboration with Verhuisdieren.nl, an established platform in the Netherlands allowing for the rehoming and adoption of dogs, cats, and rabbits looking for new homes.

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Help: My Dog’s Breath Stinks

You love when your dog hops up on your lap and gives you kisses. What you don’t love, though, is when your dog’s breath stinks. This guide explains what causes bad breath in dogs and provides tips to improve your dog’s oral health.

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Which Painkillers Can I Give My Dog?

Pain assessment in dogs can be challenging. Dogs instinctively hide their pain as a mechanism to stop potential predators from targeting them when they have an injury. There can be huge variations in the outward display of pain between dogs.

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How to Deal With a False Pregnancy in a Dog

About 80 percent of unspayed female dogs will show signs of a false pregnancy once in their lives. For the majority of them, this may happen many more times.

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