Top 10 Pet Care Posts of 2010

by DFS-Pet-Blog on December 31, 2010

Pet Care **Guest post from Ellen B.**

Proper pet care has become a priority. Pets are living longer and the new culture where our pets are treated like family members is quite different from dogs and cats being just an animal on the farm!

Good pet care is not expensive. Actually it’s just the opposite….good pet care SAVES MONEY! Preventing disease or catching it in its early stages is far better than treating it once it has had time to progress to a more severe stage. Separate from health care, bonding with your pet creates a happy pet and owner!

Top Viewed Pet Care Posts

  1. What We Thought Was a Hairball…Wasn’t. – What can be confused as a cat hairball cough could actually be something much more serious. Learn about cat coughing but why there’s no hairball.
  2. Roborovski Hamsters – Smallest Hamsters in The World
    Learn more about “Robos” hamster characteristics, care, behavior & breeding.
  3. 5 Ways to Cool Your Dog in Hot Weather – Help your dog be comfortable in hot weather. These tips will help you keep your dog cool and safe during the summer heat.
  4. Cat Behavior Tips – A collection of readers’ tips for encouraging good cat behavior and dealing with cat bad behavior issues.
  5. Got a Stressed Dog? Try These Tips! – Like humans, dogs can also get stressed. Dog stress can result in undesirable behavior and can lead to health issues. Try these tips to calm your dog.
  6. Human Foods That Poison Pets – Some human foods are toxic to pets. Scan this list of common foods that are toxic to pets.
  7. Dog Separation Anxiety Conquered! – Real life story of a dog with severe separation anxiety, and how the owner helped her dog conquer the problem.
  8. Leading Cause of Dog Behavior Problems – Did you know boredom is a leading cause for dog behavioral problems? Proper exercise is key in keeping your dog healthy, happy and well-behaved!
  9. When Do Puppies Lose Their Teeth? – Puppy chewing can be a bit less frustrating if you consider that for almost the first year of life, puppies deal with big changes in their mouths.
  10. Canine Vestibular Syndrome: More Common Than You Think – Being informed about common ailments in pets is one of the best ways to be a responsible pet owner. Learn about Canine Vestibular Syndrome, it’s alarming but there is a good prognosis.

It just makes good sense to provide good pet care and to form good habits to help your pet be happy and safe. Thanks to all our readers for sharing your passion for pets. Subscribe to our RSS feed so you don’t miss our pet care tips and other fun pet stories! Happy New Year!

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Jessi December 31, 2010 at 2:41 pm

I love this blog! Thanks for all the good info and giveaways this year. Happy New Year!

Dave January 3, 2011 at 4:42 pm

Help! Our 6 month old miniature schnauzer is exhibiting what I can only describe as a nervous tick. He moves his head around in quick jerky movements as if an insect is flying around his head. But there is nothing there. It has been going on continuously for almost 24 hours now. It is almost like is hallucinating. It bothers him so much that he whines at times and has stuck close to us the entire time. Has anyone seen this before?

Many Thanks

Holly R. Nash, DVM. MS January 4, 2011 at 8:44 am

This type of behavior is often linked to a neurological problem, and may actually be a type of seizure. I would recommend that you have your dog examined by a veterinarian as soon as possible. Good luck with your dog, Dave.

Mil Grant January 24, 2011 at 6:32 pm

Dear Drs, My little l0year old, 10 pound Yorkie-Poo has developed Immune Mediated Holystic Anemia….I am devastated, she is my soulmate. You are aware of the generally prognosis. She is of course under the care of a Vet. However, is there anything I can do to help bring her out of this?Sincerely,

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