Dog Health: DIY Home Remedies, Warnings & Pet Safety Tips


Since dogs cannot tell us what’s wrong or what they’re feeling, your dog is completely dependent on you for his overall health and wellbeing.

No one knows your dog as well as you do.

So, if you begin to sense that your dog is just not acting like himself  (or if he is clearly sick or hurt) then it’s important that you find what is causing his discomfort and seek proper care and treatment as soon as possible.

Dog Health Issues

Your first inclination may be to try to help your dog yourself before taking him to the vet. While home remedies and alternative treatments performed without the guidance of a veterinarian may sometimes work, other times they may not and your dog could actually become worse if you don’t get proper treatment for your dog fast enough. So if your dog doesn’t seem to be getting better within 24 hours of trying a home remedy, it’s important that you take your dog to a veterinarian or pet emergency center right away.

DIY Dog Health Home Remedies


For minor doggie ailments, it often makes sense to try a home remedy instead of rushing your dog to the vet every time. However, if at first you don’t succeed, then make sure that your dog gets the proper treatment from a veterinarian. At the very least, call your vet for advice. Your dog’s life may depend on it!

Here are some common dog health issues and home remedies that you can try yourself:

Vet Visits For Your Dog


As your dog’s primary health care provider, it makes sense to simplify the process of visiting the vet whenever possible.

Here are some time & money-saving tips for annual vet visits and emergency vet visits

More dog health tips!

Pet Safety Tips

While we don’t like to think about worst-case scenarios when it comes to our pets, following are things that could actually happen if you don’t take adequate steps ahead of time to protect your dog. These helpful tips could save your dog’s life!

Dog Predicaments And Warnings

Dog accidents happen. You can benefit from the experiences of others whose dogs have been involved in terrible tragedies and accidents. photo by shinealight on Flickr

Unfortunately, accidents happen. It’s a fact of life. Our eyes cannot be glued to our dogs 24/7. But we can do everything in our power to make their world safer. Fortunately, we can all learn some valuable lessons from others whose dogs have survived terrible accidents and near tragedies.

Following are some important pet warnings and dog safety tips you need to know:

Dog Safety: What If Your Dog Runs Away?

See what to do if your dog runs away, gets loose, or just becomes separated from you. photo by BierDoctor on Flickr

Over time, your dog becomes accustomed to feeling safe within the confines of your home, his crate, your backyard, and a variety of other boundaries within his environment. However, if your dog gets spooked, gets loose, or runs away — he will immediately become a stranger in a strange land.

Here are some things that you can do now so you’ll be prepared if your dog ever becomes separated from you.

 More pet safety tips, predicaments & warnings!


Comments are closed.