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Leonberger: Typical diseases of the big dog

Animal diseases Leonberger: Typical diseases of the big dog The Leonberger is a beautiful, large dog breed with a gentle temper. Unfortunately, like other large breeds, his life expectancy is not very high - he lives on average seven years. Illnesses that occur frequently with Leonbergers can even shorten life.
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"What's going on here?" Bulldog amazed by the rain

Sweet dogs "What's going on here?" Bulldog amazed by the rain The cute puppy in the video is totally perplexed. "What happens there suddenly on the lawn at home? Where do the water drops come from suddenly? What's going on here?" Asks the stunned dog and tries to master the situation.
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Ringworm in Cats

OverviewRingworm; it sounds like a parasite, but it’s not. Ringworm is actually a fungus—a particularly nasty fungus because some types are zoonotic, meaning it can be passed from one species to another. It can also be contracted from contaminated objects or soil. Ringworm has no favorites and likes all types of cats, especially young cats, those that are sick and have a suppressed immune system.
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Good Hungarian Dog Names for a Puli or Komondor

Dr. Mark is a veterinarian. He has been working with dogs for more than 40 years. For thousands of years, the Magyar people have been herding on the steppes of Eastern Europe. To watch their flocks, they developed several great breeds of working dogs and two of them are among the most distinctive dogs in the world.
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Reverse sneeze in dogs - What is it?

Reverse sneezing in dogs is actually quite common. Some owners confuse this reverse sneeze with a situation in which they think the dog is choking or something, but it's all a sneeze! In normal sneeze, air is pushed from the lungs out of the nose, in reverse sneeze in dogs, the air is pulled into the nose, hence the name "reverse".
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Five Large Dog Breeds That Don't Bark Much

Dr. Mark is a veterinarian. He has been working with dogs for more than 40 years.Stop Barking!Some breeds, like the Siberian Husky, do not bark much but are very vocal. For some others, barking is more normal—in fact some breeds were actually bred to bark a lot. Others, of course, were selected to not bark as much.
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