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Traumeel for dogs

More and more dog owners are critical of conventional medicines and are therefore looking for herbal alternatives that they can administer to their dog in pain and other complaints.One of these alternatives is Traumeel for dogs. In the following you will find out exactly what this preparation is about and what effect it should have.What is Traumeel?Traumeel is a homeopathic medicine that is available for both humans and pets. If you want to treat your dog with Traumeel, you should of course choo..

18/07/2019 Views: 1652

Dachshunds

The dachshund is a German dog breed which was originally bred for underground hunting of foxes and badgers. Other common names for the dachshund are dachshund (especially among hunters) and Dachshund. The FCI classifies this small dog breed in group 4. Characteristics of the Dachshund The life expectancy of the Dachshund is quite high. With a little luck, dog owners can enjoy their faithful companion for up to 15 years. The most conspicuous feature of the dachshund is without doubt the ..

20/12/2018 Views: 1638

Devil's claw for dogs

Devil's claw is a medicinal plant from Africa, from which the roots are used. These are dried, ground into powder and then processed into tablets or capsules, for example.Food supplements with devil's claw are not only produced for humans, but also for dogs. In the following, we will explain to you what effect they should have.Devil's claw in dogs: Fields of applicationDevil's claw was originally regarded as a natural remedy for digestive complaints, urinary tract diseases and loss of appetite. ..

14/02/2019 Views: 1635

How Extreme Watering Can Damage Performance

Extensive watering before the competitions is very widespread in the draught dog sport. A large amount of water is mixed with some minced meat or wet food. Sometimes the whole thing is also enriched with other ingredients such as honey, oil or lamb fat. The dogs then receive this meat soup about two hours before the load.The aim is to provide them with as much water and energy as possible for the competition and to positively influence their performance. But although many owners swear by this fo..

07/06/2018 Views: 1627

Mastiff

The Mastiff is a large breed of dog, originating in Great Britain and managed by the FCI in Group 2. In fact, the Mastiff is one of the largest and heaviest breeds in the world. Nevertheless it is characterised by a high stimulus threshold and a reserved, friendly nature.Characteristics of the MastiffThe life expectancy of the Mastiff is about 10 to 12 years. Especially large and heavy animals often die earlier. With a size of 70 to 91 centimetres, the Mastiff weighs 70 to 100 kilograms. In indi..

17/12/2018 Views: 1592

Detecting heartburn in dogs and treating it naturally

Just like humans, dogs can also suffer from heartburn. The associated complaints are extremely unpleasant for our four-legged friends and should therefore not go unnoticed.In the following we explain to you, which causes heartburn can have with the dog and with which symptoms it makes itself noticeable. You will also find out which treatment and prevention measures are sensible.How does heartburn develop in dogs?Normally the food reaches the stomach via the esophagus, where the decomposition of ..

28/10/2019 Views: 1592

Dog has a cold? What you can do

In winter it is cold and often wet. This is as much a problem for your dog as it is for you. It is therefore not surprising if your dog gets a cold. In this article we will explain the symptoms of the infection, how you can get your dog healthy again and what you can do to prevent it. That's why dogs catch cold There can be different reasons why your dog will catch a cold. Often the immune system of the four-legged friend is too weak to cope with the cold weather. If it is additionally still..

04/12/2018 Views: 1564

Kennel cough in dogs: causes, prevention and treatment

Kennel cough is the colloquial term for an infectious tracheobronchitis. It is a disease of the upper respiratory tract of dogs that is primarily characterized by dry cough, but can also cause other symptoms depending on the severity of the course.Due to its transmission routes, kennel cough is most common where several dogs have close contact with each other, as is the case in a kennel, for example. What symptoms kennel cough can cause in dogs, how it should be treated and what prevention optio..

11/12/2018 Views: 1542

Corgi

The Welsh Corgi Pembroke, as the Corgi is completely called, is a small breed of dog from Great Britain. The FCI leads the Corgi in group 1, because it was originally a herding dog (despite its short legs). Characteristics of the Corgi The life expectancy of Corgis is usually between 12 and 14 years. With appropriate care and nutrition, however, an age of up to 16 years is also possible. The Welsh Corgi grows between 25 and 30 centimetres. The weight is 9 to 11 kilos for female Corgis and 10 ..

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English Bulldog

The English Bulldog is a small breed of dog from Great Britain (FCI Group 2). There it was originally bred for bullfighting. Today, however, the English Bulldog is a popular family dog, which distinguishes itself among other things by its gentle and child-loving nature. Characteristics of the English Bulldog The life expectancy of the English Bulldog is unfortunately relatively low with 8 to 10 years. Their size ranges from 31 to 40 centimetres, with female English bulldogs usually weighing be..

13/12/2018 Views: 1457

Mediterranean diseases in dogs

Mediterranean diseases is a colloquial term for several diseases that originated in the Mediterranean region and are still very widespread there today. There are Mediterranean diseases that only endanger dogs, as well as diseases that only affect humans. Some Mediterranean diseases can also infect dogs and humans. The following Mediterranean diseases can affect dogs: Lyme disease Babesiosis Ehrlichiosis Hepatozoonosis Anaplasmosis Giardia Leishmanias..

06/12/2018 Views: 1429

Digestion in the dog

With a species-appropriate nutrition you make sure that the digestion functions correctly with your dog and your four-legged friend remains permanently healthy and vital.Because inferior food and mistakes in the feeding cause digestion problems and lead to the fact that your dog lacks important nutrients and he may even become seriously ill.How the digestion of dogs works and how you ensure a species-appropriate nutrition of your four-legged friend, we explain to you in the following.The individ..

15/05/2019 Views: 1406

Vaccinations for dogs: what you need to know

Just like in humans, vaccinations can prevent various diseases and their possible effects in dogs. In the following we will explain which vaccinations are important for dogs, whether they can lead to side effects and what costs you have to expect.Vaccinations for dogs: side effects usually do not occurThe topic of vaccinations for dogs is often controversially discussed and even considered harmful by opponents. In principle it is correct that vaccinations can cause intolerances in dogs. At the s..

26/03/2019 Views: 1388

Belgian Shepherd

The Belgian Shepherd is a large breed of dog which has been bred in Belgium in four different varieties since the 19th century. The FCI manages the Chien de Berger Belge in group 1. Originally, the Belgian Shepherd Dog was used as a working dog, especially by shepherds for herding their herds.Characteristics of the Belgian Shepherd DogThe life expectancy of the Belgian Shepherd is between 10 and 14 years. According to breed standards, bitches should reach a height at withers of 58 cm and males s..

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Jack Russell Terrier

The Jack Russell Terrier is a small breed of dog, originally from Great Britain. The Jack Russell Terrier was bred for hunting foxes. The FCI leads him in group 3.Characteristics of the Jack Russell TerrierWith a little luck, owners of a Jack Russell Terrier can enjoy a life expectancy of up to 16 years. The animals weigh between five and six kilograms. The height at the withers ranges from 25 to 30 centimetres.The figure of the Jack Russell Terrier can be described as wiry. It has a straight ba..

03/12/2018 Views: 1360

The teeth of the dog

Just like humans, dogs are completely toothless at birth. After a few weeks, the puppies grow their milk teeth, which are later replaced by permanent teeth.In this article we will explain how many teeth dogs have, how their teeth differ from those of humans and how you can prevent dental problems with your four-legged friend.The milk teeth of the dogThe milk teeth break through in dogs between the third and sixth week of life. It consists of 28 teeth. Compared to the permanent teeth, the milk te..

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Detecting and treating digestive problems in dogs

Digestive problems are not uncommon in dogs. They can have numerous causes and can have a massive impact not only on the well-being but also on the health of the affected animals. After all, a functioning digestion is indispensable for the nutrient supply of the four-legged friend.As the owner, you should therefore take digestive problems in your dog seriously in any case. We will explain below how you can recognise possible problems and how you can support your dog's digestion.Signs of digestiv..

12/08/2019 Views: 1323

Hunting dogs

Hunting dogs are all dog breeds that are bred for the purpose of helping people to hunt. While some hunting dog breeds are still mainly used for this purpose today, other hunting dogs have also developed into popular family dogs.Classification of hunting dogs according to their intended useUnder the generic term hunting dog completely different races are summarized, that can differ clearly not only by its appearance and its size, but also regarding its exact use from each other.Hunting dogs can ..

04/01/2019 Views: 1293

Aggressive German Shepherd: Causes and Tips for Affected Owners

The dog is commonly referred to as the best friend of man. Nevertheless, there are always incidents of seemingly aggressive animals. It is estimated that nearly 20,000 people are bitten by dogs each year. Not infrequently these are shepherd dogs. However, this may be primarily related to the great popularity of this breed and is less of an indication that shepherds tend to aggression in general. Nonetheless, owners should take their behavioral problems seriously and take action in time. In ord..

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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 dogsThere are several possible causes for your dog's ba..

30/05/2019 Views: 1252