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Dog Friendly Tips: Non-Core Vaccinations for Dogs

Bordetellosis is caused by the bacterium Bordetella bronchiseptica and can lead to a severe, chronic cough known as kennel cough. It is usually passed along from dog to dog in kennels and at dog shows.

Lyme disease is transmitted to dogs by deer ticks. It may cause flu-like symptoms and stiff joints. At-risk dogs should be vaccinated beginning at 9-12 weeks of age, repeated in 3 weeks, and then annually.

Leptospirosis develops from a type of bacteria, Leptospira, that infects the kidneys and liver, which causes severe damage. This disease can be spread to humans. This vaccination is usually included with the distemper combination.

Coronavirus attacks the small intestines causing lethargy, anorexia, and depression. It is usually passed from dog to dog contact in kennels and dog parks. This vaccination is usually included with the distemper combination.

Dog Friendly Article: Useful Tips for New Dog Owners

Dogs are among the top choices for pets anywhere in the world, and many would even contend that it is the top choice for pet all over the globe. With their playfulness, loyalty, and the companionship that they provide to their owners, there is no reason to question why dogs rank so high among those favored by pet owners and prospective pet owners. The dog's continuing popularity is perfectly justified.

Since dogs are always a popular choice for pet owners, it is important that those who are planning on getting
a dog are properly informed about it. This is particularly true for people who are going to be first time dog owners, those who have no previous experience with having dogs as pets. That's important because new dog owners might not know of some important traits that dogs have, as well as their primary needs.

Here then are some useful tips that new dog owners would find very helpful and informative:

You need to watch they are eating. Being careful about what your dogs are eating is one of the foremost things that dog owner has to know. Trying to go for the cheapest brands of dog food when you can very much afford to provide some of the better choices is just not a good idea. You should never sacrifice the quality of your dog's food just so you could give him more or save on your dog food expenses. Also remember to provide your dog with a diet that's light on grains as many of them tend to digest
grains poorly.

Never make the mistake of neglecting your dog's teeth. If you make that mistake, then your pet dog will most likely loose his teeth. It cannot be simpler than that, as your neglect would have a quick and direct consequence. The ideal frequency of brushing your dog's teeth is actually once a day and you really should try to do it that often. At least you should make the effort to do it that often. You could also offer raw beef bones to your dogs as chewing on it would allow their teeth to remain clean and polished most of the time.
(Jack and Sheeba have good teeth despite no brushing, so the idea of daily brushing may not apply to all breeds. Probably it is down to the food they are eating?)

If you happen to run out of dog food, there is really no need to panic at all. Many would recommend that you get some lean chicken meat and then boil it. You could then add some white rice to it, although since many dogs do not digest grains properly then you could probably just skip on the rice. Another excellent alternative would be to get a piece of lean shoulder steak and then serve it up raw.

You need to make a decision about sharing your bed with your pet dog. It is best that you make a decision and then stick with whatever it is that you have decided. It is not going to help if you'll have your dog sleep on your bed one night and then refuse to share it with him the very next night. Be consistent, and once you decide, then you should be prepared by having something like a moisture free barrier in use. Extra sheets should also be at the ready, just in case there's a need for you to make a sudden change.

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