Dog Health Care
Hello everyone...it's “Phoebe, the Papillon” and I'm the Health Care and Insurance co-host here at AskBoris.com.
I've got plenty to say about health issues, including advice, tips, treatment, services and products that are a high priority and a big concern for today’s puppies and dogs who want to keep their coat, skin, eyes, teeth and all those inside parts in top working condition, so they can live a long and healthy disease-free life.
HEALTH is a very important subject that you humans may not have seriously thought about before you decided to invite one of my cousins to share your home.
You humans take care of your health, swallow bottles of things called “vitamins ,” eat healthy food, use CBD oil and take medicines to relieve pain, have health insurance and go for check-ups, brush your teeth, and take baths and wash your hair so you don't have fleas, because you want to live a longer, healthier life, right?
Well, don’t your fur friends deserve the same type of healthcare? Of course they do, and I'm here to assist you in making good choices that will help your dog stay healthy.
Please scroll down to read a LOT more about Overall Dog Health below.
Overall Dog Health
Phoebe here . . . You humans love your dogs, and we dogs love our humans.
The only problem is that we dogs don’t live as long as our humans, so if you want us to stick around for as long as possible, you gotta’ take care of our health.
We dogs suffer from a lot of the same medical issues, diseases, infections, and daily hazards as our humans, so we also need good supplements and a preventative plan that will give us complete health care.
I’m not much for swallowing supplements, because I’m a picky eater and some of them have a suspicious smell about them. However, some of my cousins think they're treats and would eat a whole bunch if they could only get the jar open.
My humans love me and put vitamins and supplements in my dinner to keep my skin itch-free, my coat soft, shiny and beautiful, and add Glucosamine and other stuff so my joints are pain-free, which I am really thankful for.
We're all getting older, but there's no reason why we shouldn't still feel agile and pain-free long into old age.
We all need to be checked out by our veterinarian every year who will weigh us, listen to our heart, look at our eyes, check our ears and teeth, the mobility of our hips, and look for signs of disease, and sometimes we may need a booster vaccine, or a new rabies vaccination to maintain good overall health.
If your humans have a yearly healthcare plan for you (OK the cat, too) you will probably receive better care because the insurance will pay for it and preventative measures can be taken before they become serious.
I'm sure your humans will want to give you the complete care you deserve because they love you.
Please check out all my health related articles so you, too can enjoy a long and healthy life, and keep that bounce in your step.
More Dog Health Care Topics
When you care about the health of your chosen dog friends, please take the time to read our articles.
Simply click on the images below to go to my specific articles and my talking dog videos - enjoy!
As far as I can figure, anxiety is when we dogs feel nervous, confused or that something is not quite right in our world.
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Canine Allergies - Skin, Coat & Itch Problems
Do you humans know that there are many different things that can cause us dogs to have an allergic reaction and many some you never thought about before?
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Cannabidiol (CBD) for Dogs
I've heard that CBD is an abbreviation for a word I just can’t get my doggy lips around and humans say it’s oil from a plant that can help improve our health and make us dogs feel better when we have aches and pains.
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Canine Dental Care
Discover why it's important to take care of your dog’s teeth because we are meat eaters and bone crunchers and we need our teeth to chew our food.
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Canine Digestive Care
Here I talk about that gassy problem that the humans usually blame us for.
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Canine Ear & Eye Care
You see our humans every morning washing their faces, eyes and ears with cleaners and wipes yet what about us dogs?
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Canine Flea & Tick Care
There are a LOT of sprays, collars, shampoos, medicines, treatments and skin product options out there when we dogs have to deal with biting insects.
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Canine Hip & Joint Care
We dogs are agile and energetic creatures of action, and we love to run fast, jump, retrieve balls, and more with our friends at the park and need healthy hips and joints
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Don't get stressed if your humans have to take you to visit the vet's office, because they are just taking good care of you.
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Canine Senior Care
As soon as we’re born, we’re all getting older, but did you know that there is a LOT our humans can do for us to help us keep our youthful zest for fun and adventure as long as possible?
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Canine Multivitamins Supplements
We dogs are becoming more and more like our human guardians and they have been eating things called “vitamins” and “supplements” and they want us to stay healthy, they’ve decided to give these to us, too.
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Pet Insurance for Dogs
I want my life to be healthy and if I get sick or have an accident, I want my humans to have enough money to take me to sit on that cold metal table at the veterinarian's office.
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