Month: October 2017

False Pregnancy in German Shepherds: What You Need To Know

Have you ever heard of false pregnancy in German Shepherds? Your unspayed female pet is likely to exhibit signs of pregnancy even though she is not pregnant. While such a condition is largely harmless, it can cause temporary changes in your German Shepherd’s body and behavior. False pregnancy …

Why Your German Shepherd’s Nose Turns Pink

What would you do if your German Shepherd’s nose turns pink? German Shepherds have black noses. You may find it worrisome to see your pet’s nose becoming lighter. The loss of pigmentation is common in dogs, as they turn older. Climate, bacterial infection, skin disorders, and even health …

Hypothyroidism in German Shepherds: FAQs  

Hypothyroidism in German Shepherds is often ignored as many symptoms look similar to that of other diseases. German Shepherds are among the canine breeds more susceptible to this hormonal disorder. Unless treated early, hypothyroidism may lead to long-term complications.   Is hypothyroidism life threatening? Hypothyroidism in German Shepherds is characterized by an underactive thyroid gland. Normally, …