This is a guest post by Beth Jeffery, pictured above, of Top Dog Tips, a professional dog trainer and animal behaviorist with 15 years of experience in the field.
Not only is it a sad day when your dog gets sick, but the case can become a costly trip to the veterinarian for you, too. Today, even a visit for a simple ear infection or bout of diarrhea rarely costs less than $100. Major problems are typically covered by pet insurance if you chose to take that out for your pet. If you didn’t, then this is simply a cost one has to live with. But there are things you can do at home to help prevent certain problems with your dog, which will ultimately reduce those costly vet bills.
Note that I am not a veterinarian, so if your dog has a serious medical condition or an ailment that is not getting better, please take your dog to the vet regardless of any advice you can find online. Potential complications to unknown dog health issues can be very serious and even life … Read Entire Post