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  • Signs That Your Pet Dog is Suffering From Fever

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    November 28, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    Dogs can’t tell us when they’re feeling sick, so it’s important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of fever in dogs.  Early detection is key. In the early stages, feverish dogs may display mild symptoms such as loss of appetite, lethargy and general discomfort. As the fever rises, these behaviors can become more pronounced with panting and increased restlessness. A feverish dog may also have a warm nose or fever spots on their stomach. If you are concerned that your dog’s temperature is rising, you should take their… Read More
  • How to Deal With Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs From Expert Vets in Simi Valley

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    November 11, 2022 by Doctor Ron
    The cold winter brings many amazing things, such as hot chocolate, pumpkin, and holidays. It can also increase your dog’s risk of exposure to antifreeze, which is a lethal poison. Antifreeze is often found in garage floors and braking fluid. In this article, we will describe what antifreeze poisoning is in dogs, the hazards of antifreeze exposure, antifreeze poisoning symptoms, and prevention. How does antifreeze poisoning occur in dogs? When consumed by any living thing, ethylene glycol, the primary component in antifreeze, is an extremely deadly toxin. Dogs are mostly… Read More