Day: November 29, 2015

Cone Collars–And Other Fashion Statements

Your Kerry just had surgery that required sutures. He’s ready to go home, when the veterinarian hands you an enormous contraption, and explains that you need to place it around your dog’s neck, to keep him from licking the incision. But, your dog acts as …

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Water Bowls, Pros and Cons for Bearded Dogs

What’s in a water bowl? The discussion popped up on the KB-List recently. One list member commented the good news is they all hold water. Challenge is, with our little bearded buddies water bowls and the water in them, can present some challenges. Every long …

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Dental Health for your Kerry Blue Terrier

By the time a puppy reaches the age of 3 years, 80 % will have periodontal disease! This surprisingly high number is even more shocking when you realize that this is something that is preventable simply by starting and continuing good dental hygiene and care …

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Eye Problems in The Kerry Blue Terrier

Because of the facial hair, eye infections in Kerries can be common. The facial hair does protect the eyes in some circumstances. However, the hair can be the cause of the problem if it is frequently getting into the eyes. This probably varies between dogs …

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Don’t Get Ticked Off, Do Get the Ticks Off

Summer means tick season, when those bloated little arthropod vampires get warm and hungry and start feeding on cattle, wildlife, humans-and dogs. But ticks aren’t just disgusting, they’re also dangerous. When ticks bite wild animals, such as deer or squirrels, they take in the bacteria …

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Fleas & Ticks–THE Culprits

When I first started to research this article, I had no idea how big a business flea and tick control is. If you want to control fleas and ticks, you can buy shampoos, wipes, powders, tags, sprays, spot-ons (like Frontline, Advantage), sprays, collars, essential oils, …

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