Dog bloat symptoms appear within an hour or two after a dog has eaten a big meal. Quick diagnosis and treatment can save your dog’s life. So, if you have a dog whose breed is prone to getting bloat, it is important to be able to recognize the symptoms, so that you can take your […]
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.
Dog skin allergies in Weimaraners are most often caused by flea allergies or food allergies. Fortunately the Weimaraner breed is not a highly allergic breed. However, if your dog does develop allergies, prompt attention will prevent the irritated spots from turning into full-fledged hot spots. Fortunately, in most cases, the itching and irritation can be […]
Canine bad breath can be a wedge between you and your best pal, but even more important, it can be the first sign of a serious illness in your Weimaraner dog. Just like with people, a clean mouth is important to the health of your dog. If you don’t address your dog’s bad breath and […]
Salmonella symptoms in dogs can vary, based on how serious the salmonella poisoning. So it’s important to understand which symptoms can mean that your dog has been poisoned. Dog salmonella symptoms commonly appear in 6 to 72 hours after your dog eats food contaminated with the salmonella bacteria. And hunting dogs like Weimaraners are exposed […]
While we’ve come to expect dog incontinence in young puppies until they get good control, older dogs can also become incontinent as they age In fact, actual incontinence is more common in older dogs than younger dogs. This is because older dogs often get diseases and conditions that cause them to lose control. For example, […]
Dog bloat, or GDV is a condition that develops quickly. If your dog has signs of dog bloat, it is an emergency, requiring IMMEDIATE medical attention. The Weimaraner is one of the dog breeds that is susceptible to bloat. If you have a Weimaraner or another susceptible dog breed, you will need to understand what […]