Bloat in German Shepherds

Bloat in German Shepherds is more common that you think. Bloat is extremely painful, and it can kill your German Shepherd within minutes! Sadly, this health problem is common among big and deep-chested dogs like the Labrador Retriever and the Great Dane. Signs of bloat in dogs need …

Stop Your German Shepherd From Eating Fast

Does your German Shepherd eat too fast? Know how to stop your German Shepherd from eating fast! German Shepherds love food, and while this trait makes them trainable, too much voraciousness can lead to health problems. Not only can their love for food lead to obesity, but it …

Pyometra in Dogs

Did you know that older intact female dogs can suffer from a deadly disease called Pyometra? Pyometra in dogs is a disease that needs to be treated immediately. What is Pyometra in Dogs? Pyometra in dogs is a life-threatening infection of the uterus. The disease got its name …

Foxtail Grass: How It Can Kill Your Dog

Foxtail plants are weeds that look like grass and are mostly found in the Western part of the United States. Foxtails may look harmless, but they can potentially kill dogs. They have barbed seed heads that can get stuck into ANY part of your German Shepherd. Not only …

How to Remove Dog Pee Smell

So your German Shepherd peed on the carpet again, and you’re at your wit’s end thinking of ways to remove dog pee smell from it. Whether your German Shepherd is potty-trained or not, knowing how to remove dog pee smell is something you’ll find very helpful. There are …

When and How to Induce Vomiting in Your German Shepherd

German Shepherds love to eat, and they would sometimes gobble up things they’re not supposed to, or worse: things that could harm them. This is why knowing how to induce vomiting in your German Shepherd can be very useful. Even with all the precautions and dog-proofing, your German …