Your dogs daily health check

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Sled dog hotel, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. Allieso

    Allieso Banned

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    because i am very busy so i don't have enough time to check my dog everyday
    it seems that i am wrong so from today on i will check him more often thanks for your advice
     
  2. nikole95

    nikole95 PetForums Newbie

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    Not sure how you make it a sticky, only just recently discovered how to give reps by accident lol. I just thought it might help new dog owners. If other members think its worthy of making it a sticky then perhaps someone can do it?
     
  3. jameserickson80

    jameserickson80 PetForums Junior

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    These are nice guidelines for the general health of our dogs. Thanks.
     
  4. jc123

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    Nice list. Going through a list like that on a regular basis can make detecting something that needs attention early on.
     
  5. Eithne

    Eithne PetForums Member

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    Hi there, this thread is great with some really good tips which I have been following all week and it's going great so far.
     
  6. Maz3643

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    Thats great advice to all dog owners! - I learnt about the daily health check when i did my dog grooming course, all very important and only takes a few minutes...well worth it for your dogs wellbeing!
     
  7. vance99

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    Wow as a pet lover i love this thread, the way we keep our hygiene level up, so we need to assure that for our pet as well. Very useful information.
     
  8. Aaren Hardy

    Aaren Hardy PetForums Newbie

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    Its really tough job but it will also make it you sure about the health of your dog.I am very pleased and must appreciate you because in fact it is a nice job.@sleg dog hotel.
     
    #18 Aaren Hardy, Jun 29, 2011
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  9. petsonline

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    I agree. vets are needed by your dogs as you may somehow lack some of the equipments and expertise in caring for dogs and other animal pets as well.

    And the post is very good! informative indeed.
     
  10. carltinmar

    carltinmar PetForums Newbie

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    Good list. I always trim the area underneath the tail where their "poop" comes out to maintain the cleanliness of the area as well as their furs. This also helps the dog feel more comfortable.
     

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