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What To Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

What To Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

Chocolate is toxic to dogs due to the presence of a substance called theobromine. Prevention is best. Keep all forms of chocolate out of your dog's reach. Should your dog eat chocolate, note the type and amount of chocolate consumed. Contact your vet immediately, and only induce vomiting under veterinary guidance.
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Canine Leptospirosis

Canine Leptospirosis

Canine leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that can have serious consequences in dogs like kidney or liver damage. The Leptospira bacteria thrive in warm, humid environments. Find out how to protect your dog against this zoonotic disease, and the prompt action required should your dog contract canine leptospirosis.
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A Guide to Preparations for Chinese New Year House Visiting - Good Dog People™

A Guide to Preparations for Chinese New Year House Visiting

For many pet parents, the festivities extend beyond the human members of the family to include their furry kids. Nonetheless, taking your dog along for house visits does necessitate some preparations. We have outlined guidelines to assist you in preparing for a harmonious and stress-free house-visiting experience.
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Eco-Friendly Choices: Sustainable Dog Accessories - Good Dog People™

Eco-Friendly Choices: Sustainable Dog Accessories

Together, let's actively shape a greener future. Embrace a sustainable approach to pet care by intentionally opting for eco-friendly dog accessories. Despite appearing small, these choices possess the potential for a lasting impact on both our planet and the well-being of our beloved pets.
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