Of course if your dog is having a heat stroke, your first thought is to take him to a veterinarian. But, what if you’re not near one? You’ll need to know something about emergency dog heat stroke treatment. For example, what if your dog becomes overheated when you are hiking on a mountain, camping in […]
Weimaraner Health Problems
Weimaraner health problems are not common in adult dogs, but there are a few health issues that are sometimes found in this breed.
Regular trips to the vet for check-ups should help you stay on top of this.
Weimaraner dog pancreatitis symptoms often appear between Thanksgiving and New Year’s celebrations. This is because well meaning pet parents share rich and sometimes greasy treats left over from their holiday dinners. Sadly, while you are out shopping for Black Friday specials, the veterinary clinics will be busy treating sick dogs in pain with pancreatitis attacks. […]
Canine bladder stones are easily confused with simple dog bladder infections. While an infection does not always mean bladder stones, a urinary tract infection can be a symptom of stones. In fact, the first symptom of canine bladder stones that many dog owners notice, is that their Weimaraner has one urinary tract infection after another […]
Canine influenza has symptoms similar to several other diseases in dogs. New to veterinary medicine, dog flu comes in two forms, and, under the right circumstances, it spreads quite easily. Knowing what the symptoms of canine influenza are, how it spreads, and how to avoid exposing your dog, can help you prevent infection in your […]
Canine conjunctivitis, a condition similar to pink eye in people, should be treated promptly, as it can lead to more serious conditions and eye diseases in dogs. Simply stated, dog conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva of your dog’s eyes. The conjunctiva is a very thin membrane on the inside of your dog’s eyelid, […]
You’ll do almost anything to get help for your dog in pain! However, pain relief for dogs can be tricky. Just like people, dogs do feel pain. But, unlike people, dogs don’t have a good way to tell you what hurts or even that something does hurt! In addition, recognizing pain in your dog can […]