Millions of dogs regularly play this seeming innocent and harmless game with their pet parents, but this favorite pastime is actually a leading cause of serious illness and injury, two leading veterinarians warn.
This time-honored tradition frequently results in dogs contracting serious infections, getting nasty puncture wounds and even becoming paralyzed or dying, they say in a report. This favorite pastime that puts your dog in harm's way is playing fetch with a stick.
A prescription is readily available that will absolutely improve your dog's quality of life, and all a pet parent needs to do is fill it and simply administer the medicine, a leading veterinarian says.
This mysterious wonder drug that will better your pet's health can be given every day in regular doses.
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Can you ever imagine yourself at the park calling out: "Peanut Wigglebutt, come here." Or how about "Sir Hog Knucklehead, this way" or "Biggiepotamus, stay!"
Well, some pet parents do just that every day, because those are the top three most unusual names that people have given to their pets, according to a survey by Veterinary Pet Insurance.
To come up with those names, VPI had its employees select 50 unusual dog names from its 2014 database of more than 500,000 insured pets and then vote for the 10 most unusual names.