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We think dogs deserve a happy and healthy life. Do you agree?

We think dogs deserve a happy and healthy life. Do you agree?

At Pawsdoc, it's our mission to create a new standard for pet care, where dogs are so much more than just a pet. We understand how much pet owners love their furry friends and that's because we're just as passionate about our own pets. Through proper education about pet health and exceptional customer service, we strive to better their lives. 

At Pawsdoc, it's our mission to create a new standard for pet care, where dogs are so much more than just a pet. We understand how much pet owners love their furry friends and that's because we're just as passionate about our own pets. Through proper education about pet health and exceptional customer service, we strive to better their lives. 

Are you sure your dog gets the best care possible?

Are you sure your dog gets the best care possible?

We often wonder if our dog is happy and if we are good owners. The point here is not whether your dog loves you or not.  Even though the bonds can be very close, the most caring owner can still miss important ‘clues’ about the health and happiness of his dog.

We often wonder if our dog is happy and if we are good owners. The point here is not whether your dog loves you or not.  Even though the bonds can be very close, the most caring owner can still miss important ‘clues’ about the health and happiness of his dog.

One day, your dog might fight one of these diseases

One day, your dog might fight one of these diseases

Arthritis

Arthritis is a joint(s) inflammation common in older dogs. It gradually affects activity, so the dog will move around less and take more time getting up from lying or seated positions.

Unfortunately, arthritis cannot be cured, but two things can help slow down the progression: a balanced diet adapted to his age and needs and regular walks.

Heartworms

Heartworms are internal parasites widespread in dogs. They grow inside the heart and lungs, feeding on your dog's blood. If left untreated, heartworms can kill your dog. 

Allergies

There is a wide range of allergies that can affect your dog, like food allergies, fleas, tick bites and many others. The first and most important step is to be able to identify any change in behaviour when exposed to something new. Consistent coughing, sneezing, skin rash and lack of energy can all be symptoms. Allergies can be treated by modifications in the diet, or by medications and shampoos depending on its type. 

Arthritis

Arthritis is a joint(s) inflammation common in older dogs. It gradually affects activity, so the dog will move around less and take more time getting up from lying or seated positions.

Unfortunately, arthritis cannot be cured, but two things can help slow down the progression: a balanced diet adapted to his age and needs and regular walks.

Heartworms

Heartworms are internal parasites widespread in dogs. They grow inside the heart and lungs, feeding on your dog's blood. If left untreated, heartworms can kill your dog. 

Allergies

There is a wide range of allergies that can affect your dog, like food allergies, fleas, tick bites and many others. The first and most important step is to be able to identify any change in behaviour when exposed to something new. Consistent coughing, sneezing, skin rash and lack of energy can all be symptoms. Allergies can be treated by modifications in the diet, or by medications and shampoos depending on its type. 

Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is very common, and sadly it's not something that can be avoided. Leaky nose, loss of appetite and lethargy can all be caused by signs of kennel cough. Your vet might prescribe antibiotics in severe cases. 

Cataracts

Cataracts are not limited to older dogs; they can develop at any phase of his life. Trauma, untreated diabetes for a long period or even birth problems can all cause cataracts in dogs; and just like humans, it can really affect their vision. 

Ear Infections

Ear infections cause dogs to shake their heads and scratch their ears more often. If left untreated, they can lead to severe damage. Skin problems can also accompany ear infections and can be linked to allergies. Preventing ear infections is possible with regular cleaning of your dog’s ear. 

Fleas

Nearly every dog will get fleas at some point in their lives. With the right medication, fleas can be easily treated. However, ticks, another type of parasites are much more severe and can lead to blood poisoning and even death.

Broken Bones

Dogs usually avoid showing signs of pain, but broken bones can be very common. 

Cancer

No one wants to imagine their dog getting cancer, but unfortunately, they are just like humans, will often develop cancers as they age. The early the detection is, the better chance for recovery is possible.

Kennel Cough

Kennel cough is very common, and sadly it's not something that can be avoided. Leaky nose, loss of appetite and lethargy can all be caused by signs of kennel cough. Your vet might prescribe antibiotics in severe cases. 

Cataracts

Cataracts are not limited to older dogs; they can develop at any phase of his life. Trauma, untreated diabetes for a long period or even birth problems can all cause cataracts in dogs; and just like humans, it can really affect their vision. 

Ear Infections

Ear infections cause dogs to shake their heads and scratch their ears more often. If left untreated, they can lead to severe damage. Skin problems can also accompany ear infections and can be linked to allergies. Preventing ear infections is possible with regular cleaning of your dog’s ear. 

Fleas

Nearly every dog will get fleas at some point in their lives. With the right medication, fleas can be easily treated. However, ticks, another type of parasites are much more severe and can lead to blood poisoning and even death.

Broken Bones

Dogs usually avoid showing signs of pain, but broken bones can be very common. 

Cancer

No one wants to imagine their dog getting cancer, but unfortunately, they are just like humans, will often develop cancers as they age. The early the detection is, the better chance for recovery is possible.

Do you know enough about dog health to make sure that your dog will live a long and happy life?

Do you know enough about dog health to make sure that your dog will live a long and happy life?

From a purely physical aspect, a happy dog ​​is a healthy dog. But, from a psychological point of view, it can be a whole different story. 

Let us help you find out RIGHT NOW. 

Take this quiz and test how much you know about dog health!

TAKE A QUIZ

From a purely physical aspect, a happy dog ​​is a healthy dog. But, from a psychological point of view, it can be a whole different story. 

Let us help you find out RIGHT NOW. 

Take this quiz and test how much you know about dog health!

TAKE A QUIZ

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Dental disease

Dog owners often assume that bad breath is a normal issue in their dogs so they tend to overlook dental diseases in general. The plaque and tartar in the dog's mouth harbour dangerous bacteria, causing damage to the teeth and gums. 

Dental disease

Dog owners often assume that bad breath is a normal issue in their dogs so they tend to overlook dental diseases in general. The plaque and tartar in the dog's mouth harbour dangerous bacteria, causing damage to the teeth and gums.