Dog health is a vast subject. Your veterinarian plays a key role in ensuring your dog is healthy, but you play a key role, too! Dog health involves nutrition, supplements, exercise, digestive health, ear infections, teeth and gums health, and symptoms like dog vomit and even dog poop. The more you know, the better equipped you are to keep your dog in the best health possible and to know when it’s time to bring your best friend to the vet.
If you own a dog, you know the drill: every so often, they have to go out to urinate in the middle of the night. But what if it’s happening all the time? It’s frustrating, of course, but frequent urination in dogs is far more common than you might think. Maybe your...read more
White dog poop – is it harmless or should it cause alarm? Regularly keeping tabs on your dog’s feces – as weird as that sounds, is a great way to get a read on your dog’s health. Different colors, textures, and smells can all mean different things. So keep paying...read more
Vomiting in dogs is bad enough. But when vomiting and diarrhea happen at the same time, pet parents can be understandably alarmed. There are several reasons this happens. Some causes are more serious and severe than others. If you’re concerned about your pet’s health,...read more
The Alaskan Husky and Siberian Husky are both incredibly beautiful dog breeds known for their piercing eyes and sweet, gentle dispositions. When given plenty of exercise, mental stimulation, and attention, the Husky is a very well-behaved dog. But, unfortunately,...read more
If your dog has red eyes, should you be concerned? It depends. Sometimes, red eyes will clear up on their own within a few hours. If the redness lasts for more than a day, and your dog is showing other symptoms, like eye discharge, obvious eye irritation, or tear...read more
If you recently spotted blood in dog urine, you may be wondering if everything is okay with your dog’s health. Bloody urine, scientifically known as hematuria, can be caused by a handful of things. In most dogs, hematuria is probably caused by a urinary tract issue, a...read more
If your fur baby is pawing at one or both eyes and you notice unusual eye discharge, you may be dealing with a dog eye infection. Eye problems are uncomfortable for dogs. They can also hint at a greater underlying health issue, so you’ll want to call your...read more
Dog coughing is typically nothing to worry about when it happens sporadically. But if your dog’s cough is persistent, or it sounds strange – listen up. It may be a sign of a mild to severe underlying health condition. Types of Coughing in Dogs When your dog is...read more
If your dog is scratching wildly, constantly licking, or even nibbling at their skin, you may be dealing with a dog skin rash. In general, a dog skin rash will fall into one of two camps. It’s either caused by an infection or an allergy. Understanding which one you’re...read more
Dogs are one of the most popular household pets in America. With their loving, loyal, and unique personalities, there’s no question how they earned the title of man (and woman’s) best friend! Whether you’ve been around dogs your entire life, you’re a first-time owner, or just want to learn more about this amazing animal, the Dr. Marty Dog Blog is here to help.
The Dr. Marty Pets Dog Blog aims to address all your questions, concerns, and curiosities about dogs. It’s important for dog owners to be well-informed about their companions, and to have a go-to source to answer any questions that arise. That’s what the Dr. Marty Dog Blog is here for! In the blog, you’ll find answers to your questions, as well as questions you didn’t even know you had. From topics such as basic dog care, dog grooming, what can dogs eat, most energetic breeds, best dogs for first time owners, common dog health conditions, and so much more, the Dr. Marty Dog Blog covers all things dog.