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Coping With Cushing's Disease

Cushing's disease is a hyperactive adrenal gland disease that occurs when the adrenal glands pump out excessive amounts of hormones called glucorticoids. Glucorticoids are the body's natural source of cortisone. When excessive amounts are in the blood stream, they end up pushing the body's metabolism to the point where it becomes physically uncomfortable for the animal.

How to Calm An Ear Infection

When our pets develop ear infections, the amount of stress we can put ourselves under to soothe their pains can be overwhelming. Seeing them in pain in that way, can be an anxious and stressful experience. Never fear! The Big Bad Woof has a few natural remedies that can help soothe your pet’s infection before it gets out of control. Of course, there is a certain point where a veterinarian’s care is the only option. The remedies we suggest below, should ideally only be applied to ear’s that are in the beginning stages of an infection.

Treating Obesity: The Silent Killer

Unlike humans, dogs and cats have a propensity to pack on pounds virtually overnight. Combine the wrong food with overfeeding PLUS a low exercise regimen and you'll have an overweight pet in no time flat. A lot of people get dogs as part of a commitment to their own health, pledging hours of the next decade (at least!) to walking their dog up to four times a day. While four times a day is certainly not the norm, two long walks a day should really help with jump starting weight loss.

Removing a Tick

Finding a tick on your dog, can be alarming at first. But's there truly no need to panic, just grab the following supplies, as well as your pooch and get ready for removal.

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