Shih Tzu ear infection getting treated by a vet

Shih Tzu Ear Infection

A Shih Tzu ear infection is a common health problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Thankfully, there are ways that owners can prevent recurring infections. There are two common types, which are middle ear infection and external ear canal...
Shih Tzu trotting on the grass in the yard

Shih Tzu Exercise Needs

Shih Tzu exercise needs: Hour walks are a great way to expel pent-up energy Shih Tzu exercise needs should always be obeyed. Just like people, they require regular physical activity to stay healthy and live a long life. It is...
two veterinarians helping to brush the teeth of a Dacshund dog

How to Brush My Dog’s Teeth?

(How to brush my dog's teeth?) A dog's mouth is home to various factors and processes as our own, such as bacteria producing plaque, plaque hardening into tartar, gum irritation and recession, tooth infections, and tooth loss. Therefore, it is...
Kidney failure in dogs

Kidney Failure in Dogs

Kidney failure in dogs is a severe condition that can adversely affect your canine companion's quality of life, especially if it is chronic. Dogs are just like humans when it comes to kidney failure; the organs are no longer capable...
pancreatitis in dogs

Pancreatitis In Dogs

Pancreatitis in dogs: The pancreas is a humble but extremely crucial organ. It sits between the stomach and duodenum, and it produces digestive enzymes as well as insulin. Insulin is an enzyme that helps the cells of the body convert...
Shih Tzu health problems

Shih Tzu Health Problems

Keeping your Shih Tzu happy and healthy can ensure that she lives to be 16 years or more. Also, with suitable breeding practices as well as adequate care, your Shih Tzu may avoid having to experience the following Shih Tzu...
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