Dogs Eat the Darnedest Things: All About Intestinal Obstructions
If there’s one thing I know about dogs, it’s that they are equal-opportunity eaters. Whether it’s dinner or dish towels, rocks or rawhides, there’s likely a dog out there who will down it. We’ve all seen the X-rays: Dogs have swallowed rubber ducks, underwear, knives, light bulbs, baited hooks, skewers of meat (yes, skewer and all) — I could go on and on. What’ll He Eat Next? That doggone urge to chew and swallow pretty much anything in the hope that it might be tasty is the
Do You Know the Best Way to Break Up a Dogfight and Come Out Unscathed?
If you’re a dog lover and see two dogs fighting, your natural response is to want to physically separate them before someone gets hurt. And this is especially true when one or both dogs belong to you. However, as many, many people who have come before you will attest, it can be very risky business to try to break up a serious dogfight. Even though they evolved as pack animals and are genetically programmed to get along in social groups, unfortunately, dogs do occasionally fig