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    CharlieWex
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    My wife and I bought our daughter a puppy. But we are not so sure about his pedigree. And we would like to protect his health in some way. Vaccinations are understandable, but there are problems that cannot be solved with vaccinations. What can you tell us about it?
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    Tonadel
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    True, vaccinations can protect your puppy against a lot of serious illnesses, but they are not enough in some cases. If your dog has signs of heart failure, you should purchase Cardalis on and consult with your veterinarian immediately. This condition can be extremely lethal, so you need to listen to medical experts and make sure your puppy undergoes full treatment in order for him to live a long life.



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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    Hello. You are right that vaccinations are the must. What about other problems? What exactly do you mean? I think if you will feed your dog with high quality food, visit the veterinarian on time, there will be no problems. Talking about dog's food, I recommend to browse around this web-site, there you will find a lot of useful articles about recipes and ingredients.



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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    Hello everyone here. Guys, I would like to learn more about dogs, can someone here please recommend me some books about them or something like that?



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    Monique3, hello! I think that I can help you with it. Well, if we are talking about this theme then personally I loved My Dog: The Paradox by Matthew Inman as it was hilarious to read. Besides, this one on fromtheheartdogs is a nice blog with a lot of useful and very informative articles so I think that some of them can be super cool for you. I hope that my advice will be useful for you there. I wish you good luck guys.



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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    What a cute puppy! Have you already taken him to groom? I would like to know how severe the problem with the fur will be if I buy one for myself.



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    What a cute puppy! Have you already taken him to groom? I would like to know how severe the problem with the fur will be if I buy one for myself.



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    maks54
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    My dog has not had any serious illnesses



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    JeremyFarmer
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    This is a very cute puppy. I think you may need these wonderful cotton collars, which can be purchased on https://waudog.com/collections/re-cotton-collars. I have 2 dogs and for them I've already purchased these collars at a good discount. What I like the most is that this collar has an embedded chip that integrates with a dedicated mobile app. You can always track where your puppy is.



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    spyik
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    Thank you for your answers



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    gretahucat
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    You do not need to know the true pedigree of this puppy, people should love animals regardless of their pedigree, you are not mercantile to buy an animal just because of this. At the expense of vaccinations and medical care, I want to tell you that you need a good clinic so that your dog gets all the necessary vaccinations and is carefully examined for various diseases and predispositions to them. It is very important to choose a good clinic, because 34% of vet assistants do not have a certificate and many clinics hide it, so first read the reviews of this clinic and then its sertifications, and then if they are positive, feel free to make an appointment there. I hope your daughter will like this dog very much. Good luck!
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    Mary MacQuoid
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    Re: Complex illnesses in dogs

    nly vaccinations and regular check-ups with a doctor will help you prevent dog diseases



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