Published at Tuesday, September 04th, 2018 - 20:26:18 PM. . By Georgette Porter.
Chocolate - To dogs, chocolate acts as a stimulant, making your dogs heartbeat accelerate or beat irregularly, leading to seizures and even cardiac arrest. To compound things further, it also acts as a severe diuretic, causing frequent urination, vomiting, and/or diarrhea. If you even suspect your dog has consumed chocolate, take him to an animal hospital immediately. Grapes and Raisins - Grapes and raisins create havoc with your dogs kidneys and digestive system. Whats worse is that the amount of grapes needed to cause problems can vary greatly among individual dogs. Symptoms include frequent urination, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Collars There are various types of collars to choose from. It could be made of nylon, metal, cotton or leather and could be plain or highly adorned. Dog collar should fit your dog properly, shouldnt be too tight or too loose. Try to fit the collar on your dog before you purchase it and check if you can fit two to four fingers between the collar and your dogs neck. Ask also for instructions as to the proper use of the chosen collars because some collars when misused can damage your dogs neck or trachea. Leashes Leash is an ideal aid especially when training your dog or just when taking him for a walk in the park. A leash is used with a collar. Leashes are available in pet stores, grocery stores, on the internet, from the vet or from other retailers. Ask the vet or the pet store staff for the proper size.
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