Can Dogs Eat Oatmeal? Is Oatmeal Safe For Dogs?

The short answer is yes, dogs can eat oatmeal. If you serve oatmeal to your dog, you’ll be adding a bunch of health benefits to their diet; although, you do have to pay attention to both how you cook the oatmeal and how much you feed your pooch.

by Phillip Mlynar
18 Hours Ago

Hypocalcemia In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Hypocalcemia in dogs happens when calcium levels in the blood are abnormally low. When dogs have a calcium deficiency, they may suffer from a loss of muscle control, convulsions, or seizures. Thus, this is a serious medical condition that should be treated right away.

by Mike Clark
18 Hours Ago

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Dachshund Puppies: Cute Pictures And Facts

Dachshunds, also known as Wiener Dogs and Doxies, never seem to slow down just because of their short stature. Even though Dachshund puppies are small and adorable, they have enough heart and spirit to match any of the big dogs. Check out these facts and pictures before you adopt!

by Maggie Clancy
April 13th

Cryptosporidium In Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Cryptosporidium in dogs is a water-borne protozoan parasite that most commonly affects dogs who play in bodies of fresh water, and it can cause severe diarrhea among other symptoms. An infection with cryptosporidium is called cryptosporidiosis. Here’s what you should know.

by Mike Clark
April 13th

Can Dogs Eat Ketchup? Is Ketchup Safe For Dogs?

There is no short yes or no answer as to whether dogs can eat ketchup safely. While ketchup does usually contain a couple of ingredients that can be toxic and harmful to dogs, sneaking in the occasional lick of ketchup likely won’t cause your dog too many adverse reactions.

by Phillip Mlynar
April 12th
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