Keep Your Dog Calm During Fireworks

Dog Calm During Fireworks – If your dog doesn’t cope well during thunderstorms, there’s a good chance that they are likely to be afraid of fireworks. The good news is that there are steps you can take to help your dog. Here are nine expert-approved tips to prevent your dog from freaking out during fireworks.

Pet Boarding and Dog Kennels

Dunedin Animal Medical Center & Pet Resort has the cleanest and safest pet boarding facilities in Tampa Bay.

Cat and dog boarding is available, with over 100 dog kennels to handle peak travel seasons, like Christmas.  Our facilities feature:

Parvo is Still An Issue

Many people may think that since the parvo vaccine was developed nearly 40 years ago, that parvo isn’t an issue anymore.  Nothing could be further from the truth. Parvo is every puppy and dog owner’s worst nightmare, and it’s easily remedied with a vaccine, but many people still don’t get it.   Because of that, in

Ear Infections in Dogs

Ear infections in dogs are painful. Many dogs will shake their head and scratch their ears trying to relieve the discomfort. The ears often become red and inflamed and develop an offensive odor.

Tracheal Collapse in Dogs

Tracheal Collapse in dogs is very common among smaller dogs, especially Yorkies.  While it’s determined to be the result of a genetic deficiency, it can be exacerbated with collars.


Is your dog doing the ‘butt-scootin’ boogie’?  If you don’t address it soon, it could end up being a very expensive endeavor – to their health and your wallet. What are ANAL GLANDS? Anal glands are located on either side, and just below the anus of your pet.  They excrete a scent that identifies your

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Sepsis and Septic Shock in Dogs

Sepsis is an infection which overwhelms the body, resulting in severe inflammation.  Without treatment, it can escalate into Septic Shock, causing multi-organ failure (kidneys, lungs, liver).

Symptoms and Treatments of Pancreatitis in Dogs

Most causes of pancreatitis in dogs is unknown. However, several risk factors have been discovered. It appears that Miniature Schnauzers have a genetic predisposition to pancreatitis. Other studies have show this tendency in…

Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Cushing’s disease results when the body produces too much of a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol is produced and stored by the adrenals, two small glands that sit on top of the kidneys. Dogs, cats, and horses, as well as humans, can get Cushing’s disease. It is more commonly found in dogs than in cats or horses.

Worms in Dogs, Intestinal Parasites

Intestinal parasites are parasites that live inside the host animal’s gastrointestinal tract. Examples include worms, like roundworms, whipworms, hookworms, tapeworms and protozoa, such as, giardia and coccidia.