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Boneo Canine [Bio-Rep Animal Health]

 •  December 29, 2015

Calcium supplements are often considered when pet parents feel their dogs need extra bone support or have a dietary deficiency. But did you know that calcium supplements for dogs can actually cause serious side effects when given in unnecessary situations? In our previous blog post Calcium for Dogs we shared calcium requirements for dogs, how to...

Boneo Canine [Bio-Rep Animal Health]

 •  December 25, 2015

Calcium supplements for dogs are a popular choice for extra bone support, a lack of calcium in the diet, or due to a deficiency. In our previous blog post "Sources of Calcium for Dogs - Requirements and Balance" we discussed how much calcium for dogs is required, and some natural food sources. In this blog we'll discuss if a calcium supplement is...

Boneo Canine [Bio-Rep Animal Health]

 •  September 23, 2015

Is your dog not eating after surgery? Dogs often suffer from nausea and lack of appetite after a surgical procedure. Recovery after surgery is a stressful time and can be hard enough for you and your dog even without this issue. In our previous post "How to Care for a Dog After Surgery" we gave you tips on overall post-surgery care for your dog. ...

Boneo Canine [Bio-Rep Animal Health]

 •  September 17, 2015

Dog limping, whether it is due to joint pain, arthritis, a broken leg, or any other cause, is a hard sight to bear. We discussed the causes of dog limping in our recent blog 12 Reasons for Lameness in Dogs. But do you know how to react if your dog starts limping? Read on to learn our best tips on what to do for a limping dog.  WHY IS MY DOG ...

Boneo Canine [Bio-Rep Animal Health]

 •  September 14, 2015

In our recent blog post on Calcium for Dogs, we discussed why this essential mineral is important for your dog’s health. Calcium doesn’t just support strong bones, it plays a role in vital bodily processes from digestion to cognitive health. Though it is important, excess calcium can be problematic, presenting a condition called hypercalcemia. ...

Dog limping, whether it is due to joint pain, arthritis, a broken leg, or any other cause, is a hard sight to bear. We discussed the causes of limping in our recent blog 12 Reasons for Lameness in Dogs. But do you know to to react if your dog starts limping? Read on to learn our best tips on what to do for a limping dog.  WHY IS MY DOG LIMPING? ...

Dog limping, or what is referred to as canine lameness by veterinarians, is one of the most common reasons for animal hospital visits. One day you are playing fetch with your little guy in the backyard and the next day your dog is suddenly limping around the house and whimpering. If you've ever wondered why your dog is limping, then read on for ...

Dog limping, or what is referred to as canine lameness by veterinarians, is one of the most common reasons for animal hospital visits. One day you are playing fetch with your little guy in the backyard and the next day your dog is suddenly limping around the house and whimpering. If you've ever wondered "why is my dog limping?", then read on for ...

Lameness in dogs, also commonly referred to as “limping”, is one of the most common reasons for vet visits. One day you are playing fetch with your little guy in the backyard and the next day they are hobbling around the house and whimpering. So why is your dog limping? The simple answer is that your dog is limping because he or she is either ...

A broken leg in a dog is a reality that many pet parents face at some point in their lives. If you’ve read our blog posts on Signs Your Dog Has Broken Leg and What to Do When Your Dog Has a Broken Leg, then you may be prepared to deal with the injury when it happens. But what about the aftermath and the fracture healing process? When you bring ...