Common Medical Issues in the Pomeranian Dog Pomeranian dogs have been popular ever since Queen Victoria had a favored one over 100 years ago. They originated from the northern Germany/Poland area, which explains their thick hair coat, which comes in a variety of colors, though reddish-brown is the most common. Young Pomeranians should be checked for patellar luxation (slipping of Continue Reading
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Pug eye condition requires treatment
Q: I have a 3 year old pug. I am told that Pugs are prone to an eye disease that causes blindness, but can be stopped if it is caught early enough and treated with medication. What signs should I look for in her eyes, or in her behavior? What age does it begin to become apparent? Would her vet Continue Reading
Great Dane has a big heart, but big medical issues, too
The Great Dane has a well mannered disposition and can make a good family dog, but one must be prepared for the care required for such a large animal in the household. They are often playful and good with children. It is important to begin training and socialization at an early age as they can become difficult to handle when Continue Reading