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Feed allergy in dogs: recognizing symptoms and treating them effectively

If your dog suffers from a food allergy, this means that the four-legged friend does not tolerate certain components of his food and allergic reactions regularly occur as a result of eating it.The complaints that such a food allergy causes in your dog are numerous and in many cases are associated with a considerable reduction in quality of life. The most common symptoms include skin problems, itching and diarrhoea.As a pet owner, you should therefore know how to recognise a food allergy in your ..

16/10/2017 Views: 24579

Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd is a medium sized North American dog breed which has been recognised by the FCI since 1996. The FCI leads the Australian Shepherd in group 1, i.e. among the herding dogs. Australian Shepherds are lively, persistent and agile. In addition, their protective instinct is quite strong. Characteristics of the Australian Shepherd The life expectancy of the Australian Shepherd is between 13 and 15 years. It has a half-long, very dense fur, which makes it insensitive to cold..

15/08/2018 Views: 24512

Cereal-free dog food: does it make sense?

Dog food that does not contain cereals: for some people, it is the only correct decision, while for others, it is no more than a distraction by manufacturers to enable them to sell their dog food to humans for higher prices. In this article, we would like to address the question of whether cereals such as wheat should form part of a breed-appropriate diet for your dog. In this article, you will learn why many forms of dog food contain cereals and what the consequences can be for your pet as a..

14/11/2017 Views: 24244

Diabetes in the dog? Unfortunately not uncommon

Diabetes is widely referred to as diabetes mellitus. It is a serious disease of the metabolism. The metabolic disorder does not occur only in humans. It is also common in dogs. Most of suffuring of diabets are older animals. In rare cases, even dogs at a young age are affected. In addition, some breeds are generally more susceptible to diabetes than others. What this disease is about and what you can do about it as a dog owner is explained in this article. What is diab..

16/10/2017 Views: 23658

Why does Bellfor use beet pulp in dog food?

We always get questions about natural and healthy food for dogs. We are of course happy with that. That shows that it is increasingly important for dog owners that their dog is fed in a natural and healthy way. To support their health. One of the questions we often ask ourselves is: "Why do you use beet pulp in dog food?" In the next article we give you the answer. The subject of dog food is very difficult  We would like to briefly explain in advance how complex the issue of dog food re..

27/02/2018 Views: 23535

Constipation in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

If your dog suffers from constipation, you should not take it lightly. Digestive problems can quickly have serious consequences and, in the worst case, can even cause permanent damage to the four-legged friend's intestines.Fortunately, blockages in dogs are in many cases only temporary and can be treated quite easily. What causes the constipation in your dog can have, how you recognize it and what is necessary for the treatment, we explain to you in the following.Constipation in your dog - what ..

13/05/2019 Views: 23374

Cane Corso

The Cane Corso Italiano is a dog breed from Italy, which is led by the FCI in group 2 (Pinscher and Schnauzer). Also known as the Italian Great Dane, the Cane Corso was originally bred as a guard dog and is therefore perfectly suited as a reliable watchdog. Characteristics of the Cane Corso The Cane Corso Italiano is a large dog breed with a height at the withers of about 60 to 68 centimetres, with a minimum height for males and a maximum height for females of 64 cm. The weight of the Cane..

16/08/2018 Views: 23287

Conjunctivitis in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

Conjunctivitis is widespread in dogs. They can have very different causes and can even occur in certain breeds due to anatomical peculiarities. However, if conjunctivitis in affected dogs is promptly recognised and treated, in most cases it is harmless and does not cause permanent damage.In the following, you will learn which symptoms can indicate conjunctivitis, which triggers are possible and what is necessary to treat your dog.Possible causes of conjunctivitis in dogsThe technical term for co..

19/12/2019 Views: 23175

Detecting and treating hot spots in dogs

Hot spots are common in dogs. They can occur in any breed, but are particularly common in animals with long and dense coats. We will explain to you what a hot spot is in a dog, what its causes are and how you can recognise it. You will also learn what is necessary for the treatment and what prevention options are available. What is a Hot Spot? A hot spot is a superficial skin inflammation. Hot spots are usually circular, strongly reddened and also have a bad smelling secretion.  ..

19/06/2019 Views: 23143

Insect bite in dog

The warm season inevitably brings with it a multitude of biting insects, which can sting not only humans but also dogs. In most cases an insect bite is harmless in dogs. However, there are also situations in which it can become a serious danger.In this article, we will explain what to look out for in the case of an insect bite on your dog, when it is dangerous and which first aid measures make sense.Detecting an insect bite in your dogEspecially if your four-legged friend was stung not only by a..

12/07/2019 Views: 22858

Itching in dogs: possible causes and treatment methods

Itching is extremely unpleasant for dogs and leads to excessive scratching in affected animals. As a result, the itching becomes stronger over time and the skin health of the four-legged friend suffers increasingly.In this article we explain the causes of itching in dogs and what you can do about it.Consequences of itching in dogsA strong itching is naturally extremely annoying for dogs and usually leads to excessive scratching. In the long run the skin and the fur of the quadruped will be affec..

19/06/2019 Views: 22793

Ovopet: the natural alternative for healthy joints in dogs

In the meantime, countless nutritional supplements are available which are intended to bring about a rapid improvement in dogs with joint problems such as osteoarthritis. Unfortunately, not all of these products deliver what they promise. This is due on the one hand to the ingredients themselves, but on the other hand also to the raw materials used, the manufacturing processes and the product quality achieved with them.  In this article we would like to explain to you what disting..

24/10/2017 Views: 22777

Coccidiosis in dogs: symptoms and natural treatment

Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease that can occur in dogs worldwide. It is caused by so-called coccidia and can take a relatively harmless or life-threatening course.Below you will learn how your dog can become infected with coccidia and what symptoms the parasite infestation causes. We also explain how you can treat coccidiosis in your dog in a natural way.What are coccidia?Coccidia are single-cell parasites that infect the intestines of their host. They are found practically all over the world..

13/03/2020 Views: 22545


The Siberian Husky is a medium sized dog breed, which is led by the FCI in group 5. The sociable and intelligent Husky originally comes from Siberia, where this breed was used as a working and draught dog about 2,000 years ago. Characteristics of the Husky The life expectancy of the Siberian Husky is between 12 and 15 years. Female specimens reach a size of 50 to 56 centimeters, while males reach 54 to 60 centimeters. In terms of weight, the husky can reach 16 to 23 kilos (bitches), or 20 to..

03/10/2018 Views: 22395

Flatulence in dogs: symptoms, causes and treatments

Just like people, dogs can suffer from flatulence. This can have multiple causes and should be examined by a doctor if it occurs frequently. This article describes the triggers that cause flatulence, and shows how you can get it under control. Symptoms When dogs suffer from bloating, too much gas forms in their gastrointestinal tracts. It can be difficult for the gas to escape, which is associated with colicky pain for the animal. This is also assoc..

11/01/2018 Views: 22394

Hip dysplasia in dogs: causes, symptoms and treatment

Dogs very often suffer from diseases of the joints. Especially chronic complaints are often associated with great pain and progressive restriction of mobility. A common joint disease is hip dysplasia. It represents a burden for dog and owner. In hip dysplasia, the hip joint is deformed. Due to changes in the femoral head and acetabular cup, they no longer fit together properly. As a result, the joint and cartilage wear out more and more. Possible causes In principle, hip dysp..

17/10/2017 Views: 22339

Bad breath in dogs: causes and tips for elimination

Of course you love your dog. However, foot odor can put this love to a hard test. Finally, the bad breath of the four-legged friend can easily pollute the whole apartment or the car. Bad breath can have different causes in dogs. From simple impurities of the teeth up to serious diseases almost everything is possible. In the following, we will explain which triggers are possible and what you can do about them. Possible causes of mouth odour in dogs There are several possible causes for your ..

30/05/2019 Views: 22327

Oak processionary moth and dogs: you need to know that

The oak processionary moth is particularly active in May and June. In some areas the caterpillars of the butterfly cause considerable impairments up to traffic obstructions due to the implementation of control measures. Why oak processionary mothes pose a danger not only to humans but also to dogs is explained below. We will also explain how you can tell whether your dog has come into contact with the oak processionary moth caterpillars and what you need to do in this case. Oak procession moth..

01/08/2019 Views: 22226

Pancreatitis in dogs

The technical term for the pancreas is pancreas. If your dog suffers from pancreatitis, this is also known as pancreatitis. Inflammation of the pancreas is a serious condition that can cause your dog a number of complaints and, in the worst case, even lead to organ failure.In the following, we will explain to you the possible causes of pancreatitis, how you can recognise the disease and what is required to treat your four-legged friend.Tasks of the pancreas and forms of pancreatitis in dogs..

18/12/2019 Views: 21412

Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever is a British dog breed which is listed by the FCI in group 8. The Golden Retriever, originally bred as a retriever for hunting, is considered gentle and balanced and is therefore a popular family dog. Characteristics of the Golden Retriever With a height at withers of 51 to 61 centimetres and a weight of between 25 and 34 kilograms, the Golden Retriever, whose life expectancy varies between 10 and 12 years, is one of the large dog breeds. They have an excellently devel..

17/08/2018 Views: 21272