Puppies should be wormed every two weeks until twelve weeks of age, then monthly until six months of age. Once they have reached six months of age, a puppy can transfer onto an 'adult' worming schedule. All adult dogs need to be wormed every three months for effective protection.
Management and Treatment While there are various kinds of roundworms, they usually all have the same treatment. Your provider will prescribe a medicine called albendazole. This medicine prevents th (...)
High in sugar Some banana chips are coated in syrup or honey, significantly adding to their sugar content. One cup (72 grams) of banana chips contains 25 grams of sugar, which includes 10.5 grams o (...)
Salukis are generally quiet dogs. When training a Saluki, be consistent, and use only positive reinforcement techniques such as food rewards and praise, since the breed is so sensitive. Salukis are (...)
However, sweet potatoes, since they aren't related to white potatoes, are not toxic. Cooked sweet potatoes are great for your pooch, but raw sweet potatoes may cause a belly ache or intestinal upse (...)