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What is Kennel Cough?

What is Kennel Cough?

Kennel Cough Kennel Cough is a common upper respiratory disease in dogs caused by one or more airborne infectious agents that irritate the interior of your dog’s throat. Symptoms will usually show themselves within three to seven days after the initial exposure and last about ten days to three weeks. Your dog can then continue […]

Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy Do’s and Don’ts

Puppy DO’s Identify your puppy with a tag placed on a collar. Tattoos can also be used. I also recommend all puppies are microchipped. Take your pet to the vet for yearly checkups. Supply your puppy with clean, fresh water at each meal and throughout the day. Keep your young puppy indoors until they’re fully vaccinated.  […]

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

Bringing home puppy – Puppies First Car ride!

There are possible stresses involved for all puppies and dogs when they’re going to a new home. To be prepared is key. This is a very important time in your new puppy’s life and it is important to know how you can help make the transition as smooth as possible. The following information should help […]

Finding the Best Pet Insurance Plan..

Finding the Best Pet Insurance Plan..

Pet insurance is a must have for any new pet owner because it can save you from massive veterinarian bills. You only need to pay a small premium every month to give you peace of mind and to keep away from those scary vet bills that come very quickly if your pet runs into any […]

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine parvovirus is an acute, highly contagious disease of dogs that was first described in the early 1970s. The virus has a tendency to attack rapidly reproducing cells, such as those lining the gastrointestinal tract. For best results, patients should be hospitalized and placed on IV fluids, massive doses of antibiotics, anti-vomiting drugs, intravenous feeding and serum […]

Vaccinosis in Dogs and Puppies By Ed Frawley

Vaccinosis in Dogs and Puppies By Ed Frawley

This information is reposted and written by Ed Frawley regarding Vaccines and is not necessarily the opinion of Dreamydoodles. As a breeder Dreamydoodles currently follows the recommended vaccine protocol of our vet which is 5 way vaccine at 8 weeks old containing the core vaccines administered a couple days before our puppies go home and then we leave it up […]

Coccidia and Giardia in Puppies and Dogs – Information and Treatment

Coccidia and Giardia in Puppies and Dogs – Information and Treatment

If a dog gets diarrhea as a result of parasites, the most common causes are Coccidia or Giardia. Both will cause diarrhea, but each requires different medication. Both Coccidia and Giardia are protozoan pathogens that cause the same types of symptoms, and both are contracted the fecal oral route. The only definitive way to distinguish the […]

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Best Dog Food – Reviews

Best Dog Food – Reviews

Avoid generic or store brands. These may be repackaged rejects from the big manufacturers, and generally contain cheaper — and consequently poorer quality– ingredients. Commercial pet foods and some pet food ingredients have been implicated in a number of diseases in companion animals including… Allergic skin disease, obesity, food intolerance, inflammatory bowel disease, chronic ear […]

12 of the Best Large Breed Puppy Foods 2019

12 of the Best Large Breed Puppy Foods 2019

With Large breed puppies you want to feed then a diet rich in protein to help build muscle mass but also a diet with limited calories to avoid rapid weight gain and growth. YOUR GOAL: Avoid stress on developing bones and joints. This means they need a healthy food that not only has quality ingredients, […]

Worst & Best Dog Food Brands – Labradoodles and Aussiedoodles

Worst & Best Dog Food Brands – Labradoodles and Aussiedoodles

This is a list complied by the Whole Dog Journal. It then comes down to which food off of the good list works well for your particular dog.