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Treating Coccidia With 12.5% Sulfadimethoxine and Dyne in Dogs and Puppies – Dosage Chart and Instructions

Treating Coccidia With 12.5% Sulfadimethoxine and Dyne in Dogs and Puppies – Dosage Chart and Instructions

Treating Coccidia With 12.5% Sulfadimethoxine and Dyne – Dosage Instructions 12.5% Sulfadimethoxine is an antibiotic drug used in chickens, turkeys,  cattle and both dogs and cats for the treatment of a number of different bacterial infections, including bronchitis, pneumonia, the infection of a wound or physical injury, salmonilla, and outbreaks of coccidiosis. This page is about […]

Natural Dewormer and Flea Killer – Diatomaceous Earth

Natural Dewormer and Flea Killer – Diatomaceous Earth

Natural Dewormer and Flea Killer – Diatomaceous Earth 100% Effective – Safe – Organic Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is the answer to Non-Toxic, Safe Elimination of Fleas, Ticks, Bed Bugs, Lice, Ants, Aphids and Other Pests, as well as Parasites. Internal worms like whipworms, pinworms, and roundworms can be a real problem and negatively affect […]

How to put Weight on your Dog – Satin Balls Recipe

How to put Weight on your Dog – Satin Balls Recipe

 Keeping weight on some dogs especially some of our picky eaters can be a bit of a challenge at times. This is a recipe for “Satin Balls” which is a popular recipe amongst dog breeders and show dog owners to help put weight on dogs “quickly” (when needed).  Some people use Satin Balls to put […]

The Truth About… Dog Vaccinations

The Truth About… Dog Vaccinations

This is reposted information and not necessarily the opinion of Dreamydoodles. Dreamydoodles follows the current recommended vaccine protocol of a 5 way vaccine at 8 weeks old containing the core vaccines a couple days before our puppies go home and then we leave it up to our families and their Vets to decide on how they want to proceed with their […]

The Volhard Puppy Aptitude Test – How to Test Your Puppies Temperament

The Volhard Puppy Aptitude Test – How to Test Your Puppies Temperament

The Puppy Aptitude Test WHAT IS PUPPY APTITUDE TESTING? The Volhard “Puppy Aptitude Test or “PAT” was created by Joachim and Wendy Volhard as a way to test behavioral tendencies and predict what a puppy will be like as an adult also commonly called a “Puppy Temperament Test” or “Puppy Personality Test”.  The test is […]

Natural Ways for Getting Rid of Dog Fleas

Natural Ways for Getting Rid of Dog Fleas

Flea saliva is one of the most allergenic substances known to man. Some 10% of cats and dogs will suffer from Flea Allergic Dermatitis, a skin condition that causes major irritation and hair loss. If you're leery of using chemical products on your dog or home, there are a number of plant, vitamin, and herbal-based natural flea treatments available. Adding garlic or brewer's yeast...

Colloidal Silver – an ALL Natural Treatment for your Labradoodle

Colloidal Silver – an ALL Natural Treatment for your Labradoodle

Colloidal Silver has been shown to be effective against more than 650 disease-causing organisms, including ringworm, mange, salmonella, E coli, Candida Albicans and other yeast infections. Colloidal Silver can be used against viral, bacterial and fungal infections and works best when it comes....

What is Leptospirosis in Dogs and Puppies?

What is Leptospirosis in Dogs and Puppies?

Leptospirosis in Dogs What are the signs of leptospirosis in pets? The clinical signs of leptospirosis vary and are nonspecific. Sometimes pets do not have any symptoms. Common clinical signs reported in dogs include fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, refusal to eat, severe weakness and depression, stiffness, severe muscle pain, or inability to have puppies. […]

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 […]