Question: My 3 month old lab woke up this morning not doing good. There was vomit in her area and stool with blood. Took her to the vet the gave her two shots and gave her some antibiotics to start on tonight and vomit pills if it continues. Been back home for about 3 hours […]
Question: My one-year-old lab has just been diagnosed with luxating patella, the vet has recommended surgery. Her right back leg is affected; the kneecap is popping right off, if she runs after something this tends to happen. The left hind leg is showing signs of this as well. At the same time the x-rays are […]
Many Labrador Retriever dog owners have heard about the benefits of raised dog bowls or “feeding stations” but dog owners believe they are only necessary for large dog breeds. The reality is that eating and drinking from bowls placed at a proper elevation will assist any size dog with digestion.
Choosing the best dog food for your pup is one of the most important decisions you will make as a responsible dog owner. With so many dog foods to choose from and ingredient lists that make your head spin, which dog food not only the best for your beloved canine companion but also will health […]
Labrador Retrievers love to run and play but when you notice that your dog is starting to get muscle cramps after your morning run, it’s time to take notice and look at the possible causes.