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Are you looking to give your puppy the best start in life? NEW in store today!
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What to do if your dog is stung by a bee? In the case of a single sting, apply a paste of baking soda and water to the area, and monitor for any swelling, especially if your dog has been stung anywhere on the head or face. You can use an ice pack to reduce swelling and inflammation, but if the area swells dramatically within a few minutes of the sting, go to the vet immediately.
You should also go to the vet immediately in the case of multiple stings so they can begin treatment, which involves IV fluids and corticosteroids, as well as monitoring of vital signs to avoid organ damage.
Read more: http://www.cesarsway.com/dog-care/dog-health/How-to-Keep-Your-Dog-Safe-from-Bees#ixzz37E3ccGYn

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PAW NutriDerm® Replenishing Shampoo is an innovative, advanced way to wash and care for your dog’s skin.
A sulphate free, moisture rich, oatmeal pet shampoo it is suitable for dogs and cats with normal, dry and itchy skin.
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Dogs curl up in a ball when they sleep due to an age-old instinct to keep themselves warm and protect their abdomen and vital organs from predators.
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Check out those little chompers! Puppies have 28 teeth and normal adult dogs have 42.
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The Dog House Bakery is a Tasmanian owned and operated business making healthy home-baked treats for your canine companion.

All treats are baked three to four times a week to ensure the treats are as fresh as possible and they use locally sourced ingredients.

In Store Now! Breath Busters. A tasty bone with parsley and mint - a mouthwash in a treat!
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Dog's life! Play and sleep.
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Grapes and raisins have recently been associated with the development of kidney failure in dogs. Dogs experiencing grape or raisin toxicosis usually develop vomiting, lethargy or diarrhea within 12 hours of ingestion.
As signs progress, dogs become increasingly lethargic and dehydrated, refuse to eat and may show a transient increase in urination followed by decreased or absent urination in later stages.
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