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7 Signs Your Dog Is Having A Seizure

If your dog is acting “off” and suddenly falls to the ground with spasms, there’s a good chance your dog is having a seizure. Unfortunately, not all dog seizure symptoms are as obvious as muscle spasms and involuntary twitching. Here are seven signs that your dog is having a seizure.

by Maggie Clancy
April 3rd

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Why Do My Dog’s Whiskers Fall Out? Is It Normal?

Whiskers have dense nerve endings packed into the base of their follicles that send signals to a dog’s brain. They’re highly sensitive to things like air currents and temperature changes. But if your dog’s whiskers are so important, why do they fall out? Here’s what you should know.

by Beth Meadows
April 3rd

25 Easter Dog And Puppy Pictures To Make You Smile

Easter is on the way! It’s a holiday we celebrate with our friends and family, including our furry family members. Here are 25 pictures of Easter dogs who are ready to hunt for eggs, open their baskets of presents, and pose with their bunny friends!

by Krista Kumpf
April 2nd

Dogs In Astronomy: Look Up To See The Pups

The stars are a lot like our dogs. They are dependable and helpful, and they can guide us when we need them. It’s no wonder that even ancient astronomers saw the familiar shapes of our canine friends in the sky.

by Mike Clark
April 2nd
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