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Does your dog eat grass? Like many other confused dog owners, you're not alone! There are both physical and psychological reasons that your dog may be eating grass. So why would a dog eat grass? Why would a dog eat grass in the first place?  The most common answer to this question is pica (pic what?). Yes, pica. Pica is a disorder that makes people or animals want to eat things that aren't food. While pica is sometimes a psychological disorder, it is often caused by a nutritional deficiency. A diet deficiency may be due to vitamins, nutrients or minerals that are absent...

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When you have an upset stomach, you might reach for some ginger ale, chicken soup or crackers - but that's not necessarily what dogs need. Keep reading on how to soothe a dog's upset stomach to find the best solution for your dog! Dog Upset Stomach Symptoms Typically when a dog has an upset stomach they will exhibit some or most of these symptoms:  Loss of appetite Fatigue Drinking less water Gulping to combat reflux  Salivation Diarrhea Vomiting Flatulence Excessive licking  Should you take your dog to the vet?  Home remedies may be appropriate for some dogs who do not...

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Chocolate can be toxic to dogs and could cause a serious medical emergency. What should i do if my dog ate chocolate? If you know your dog has eaten chocolate, it is critical to monitor him or her for signs of toxicity. Chocolate contains theobromine and caffeine, which is poisonous to dogs. We will outline examples of toxicity - but it is recommended you contact your veterinarian or the Pet Poison Helpline (855-213-6680, fee applies) for advice

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The benefits of a slow feeder dog bowl are clear. A slow feeder dog bowl prevents choking, vomiting, gastrointestinal discomfort, weight gain, and food bloating among a handful of other benefits. 

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