With printable dog food coupons, all dogs will benefit greatly since they deserve better foods for health and nutrition needs. The first thing about taking care of your dogs is what they eat. There are a large collection of dog food brands in the market, from Wellness, Science Diet, Pedigree, Natural Balance to Blue Buffalo. It's better not make your dogs stuck on any specified brands. So you should let them try various dog foods at first. And here is the place for you to get all discounts and promotions from online and printable dog food coupons.
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Wellness Dog Food Coupons 2015
Description: $6.00 Off for Any Wellness Dry Dog Food including Wellness Core Grain Free Dog Food
Expire Date: 2015
Location: U.S. and Canadian Coupons
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Wellness Canned Dog Food Coupons 2015
Description: $2.00 Off for Any Wellness Canned Dog Food, also available for Wellness Core canned Dog food
Expire Date: 2015
Location: Available in U.S. and Canada
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Canadian Wellness Dry Dog Food Coupons 2015
Description: $6.00 Off for Any Wellness Dog Dog Food
Expire Date: 2015
Location: Canadian Coupons
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Canadian Wellness Canned Dog Food Coupons 2015
Description: $2.00 Off for Any Wellness Canned Dog Food
Expire Date: 2015
Location: Canadian Coupons
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Elevated dog feeders are very popular with pet owners who have medium to large sized dogs; when compared to regular dog bowls, elevate dog feeders have several notable benefits. The primary benefit to the pet owner is that elevated feeders create less mess—and opportunity for mess—than regular bowls which sit on the floor. The primary benefit for the dog itself is that elevated feeders are less strenuous on the dog’s back, and allow them to eat food closer to their shoulder level.
There are many different types of elevated dog feeders, both in design and material. Wooden dog feeders are particularly popular because of their look and sturdiness. The following are 5 elevated wooden dog feeders which are a great option for many...
No matter how much you care for your dog, it can still encounter challenges on its health. If it has been diagnosed with kidney disease, your best option is to walk it through the process towards recovery. And one of the things that you have to focus on is to provide your pet a healthy diet. But remember that a healthy diet for a healthy dog can never be a healthy meal for a canine with kidney failure.
Choose the Right Diet For Your Dogs with Kidney Disease
Select a dog food that contains high quality proteins as part of its ingredients. Remember that your dog will be deprived from the normal amount of protein to lower down toxic waste on its body. So make sure that the
Dogs, just like human beings, fall prey to diseases. While some can easily be treated, others may prove to be fatal. As in humans, the key is early detection and getting the right treatment. One common disease inflicting dogs is renal disease or commonly known as kidney disease.
Kidneys are vital organs that eliminate wastes that accumulate during metabolism. It keeps the blood free of excess water, salts and metabolites, dissolves it in water and passes it out the body in the form of urine. The kidney also maintains the acidity level and control blood pressure by maintaining the salt content in the body.
Failure of kidney to function properly may be a result of old age, congenital preconditions, inflammation, overstimulation...
Awareness of common diseases inflicting dogs is important to ensure that they stay healthy, active, and strong and live a longer life. One of the common diseases that you should look into is kidney disease. It is highly common for dogs in their senior years but it also inflicts dogs of all ages for a variety of reasons. Kidney or renal disease may be due to toxicity or it can be a manifestation of other medical conditions such as infection, parasites, amyloidosis, inflammation, autoimmune disease, poisoning or trauma. It can also be a case of congenital disorder.
Dogs suffering from kidney problems may exhibit the following: increased thirst, unusually large or low amount of urine, dribbling urine, loss of appetite, vomiting, lethargy,...
Dogs make wonderful companions and pet, and it’s always in their best interest to make sure that everything from their toys to their leashes all the way to their dog bowls are just right for them. Dog bowl set-ups are often overlooked because they are seemingly simple. However, simply setting your dog’s food and water dishes on the ground isn’t always the best options—especially if you have a dog that is on the larger size!
Several weeks ago, I posted an article about dog food bins Storage ideas. Lots of my readers like the ideas and ask me lots of questions about dog bowl stands for large size dogs....
We love our dogs and we consider them as an extension of our family. When a member of our family gets sick, we do everything we can to help them get better. For this same reason, we make sure that when our dogs are not their usual playful and jolly selves, we worry about their health.
At some point in a dog’s life, it may suffer from kidney or renal disease. It may start as a singular occurrence (acute kidney disease) or recur through time (chronic kidney disease). The latter may be due to congenital malformation, persistent bacterial infection with or without kidney stones, hypertension, immune system deficiency or severe damage to the kidneys resulting from poisoning or other causes.
Dogs suffering from kidney disease may...
Kidney diseases in dogs do not become apparent until more than two-thirds of normal kidney function is lost. The causes of kidney or renal disease vary from one dog to another. It can be due to nutritional factors, genetic precondition or as a result of underlying diseases. Whether it is acute or chronic, kidney disease must not be taken lightly as it may result to life threatening conditions.
Your dog may be suffering from kidney problems if it is experiencing any or a combination of the following symptoms over an extended period of time: blood in the urine, increased frequency and amount of urination, incontinence, increased thirst, weight loss, depression, constipation, vomiting, acute blindness, seizures and comas. If your dog...
As a dog owner, you need to be sensitive to your dogs’ needs. Changes in their behavior or routine may mean that they are experiencing something that may need special attention. For instance, if your dog is experiencing incontinence or difficulty in urinating or licking around the urinary opening, chances are your dog has bladder problems.
Bladder problems may be caused by several things. One is the formation of bladder stones and crystals in the bladder. It may also be a result of bacterial infection. The consumption of foods high in protein and minerals such as phosphorus, calcium and magnesium is also linked to common bladder problems. And there are dogs born with the difficulty to metabolize certain proteins and are therefore...
Dog kidneys, just like in humans, are responsible for filtering out the body’s wastes and maintaining normal concentration of salt and water in the body. Kidneys also aid in controlling blood pressure, calcium metabolism and sustaining the body’s phosphorus levels. A dog with kidneys not functioning properly may experience listlessness and depression, vomiting, weight loss, blood in urine, chemical odor of breath and a change in water consumption and volume of urine produced.
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Do you know that dogs can have allergies too, such as allergies in dogs eye, allergies in dogs ear, or allergies in dogs skin? This is when their immune system reacts on substances that it perceives to be dangerous. Though these are common everyday substances and may be harmless to other canines, your dog’s system may overreact to it and show allergic symptoms once they ingest, inhale or come in contact with these substances. It’s respiratory and digestive system may react in its effort to do away with these allergens. Hence, your dog may experience vomiting, sneezing, diarrhea and snoring. Allergic symptoms may also appear on your dog’s other systems. Allergies in dogs skin, for example, its skin may become itchy so it becomes moist,...