The Ultimate Healthy Dog Care Guide
Acting quickly when you suspect your dog has a health problem could mean the difference between a minor issue and one that escalates into a life-threatening situation. The trouble is, how are you supposed to know when it’s time to go to the vet? Your dog may show weird symptoms all the time. You can’t possibly be expected to drive to the vet after a cough, itchy skin problem or bout of doggy diarrhoea.
Knowing which dog health symptoms are red flags will help you determine when a health problem requires intervention versus treating it naturally at home. There are so many common dog health issues that will arise in your pet’s lifetime.
Being able to determine the serious ones from the mild ones is a major advantage of a dog owner. Here I’ll be showing you just how to do that and ultimately care for your pet at home with 90% of health issues being resolved using natural treatments.
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Serious Dog Health Symptoms to Look out for:
Bloody Stool or Vomit: This could be the sign of a serious parasite like hookworm or roundworm. Any kind of blood that your dog is passing from the mouth or anus represents some degree of internal bleeding. It’s a huge red flag and requires the opinion of a qualified vet.
Sudden Weight Loss: If your dog’s diet hasn’t changed recently, nor his activity level, and he’s experiencing dramatic weight loss, it could be a sign of diabetes. Sudden weight loss is a symptom of diabetes in dogs because the dog is no longer able to convert glucose into energy. This in effect causes all nutrients to pass right through their system rather than being absorbed into the bloodstream. Without nutrients, the body deteriorates.
Eye Problems: If persistent redness or oozing eyes doesn’t disappear after a few rounds of natural home treatment, take your dog to the vet. It could indicate conjunctivitis or an infection due to other irritation. Dogs scratch their eyes more than once through their lifetime. The important thing is taking them to the vet to intervene before an eye infection creates permanent damage.
These are just three of the serious red flags to watch out for when it comes to your dog’s health. However, you should know that almost 90% of dog health problems CAN be solved at home without veterinary intervention.
If you’d like to learn TONS of at home, step by step natural treatments for curing common dog health problems, you NEED to check out the Ultimate Dog Health Guide. It’s a dog health resource like no other, providing natural cures for common problems like severe dog diarrhoea, itchy skin, arthritis problems, obesity, cough, sores on the skin, administering medication, getting rid of fleas and SO SO MUCH more…
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Start taking responsibility for your dog’s health today by learning these vital step by step solutions to common dog health ailments. Get started now. Your dog will thank you for it!