[Feb. 16, 2015 09:24PM]
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When you are doubting your dog ownership skills, you may feel very alone. There are many other dog owners out there who feel exactly the same! Mistakes are made, and we can learn from each other through those situations. Here are some simple tips on ringworm in cattle and being a better owner for your dog.

Puppy

When choosing a dog for your home, don't forget to estimate the size it will be as a full grown adult. This is especially true if you have small children at home. Although a small puppy will be cute, it may grow into a large, one hundred pound dog. Do some research on the average adult size of the breeds you are considering.

A trip to the vet should be at the top of your schedule if your new dog's last home was the animal shelter. Animals from shelters sometimes have viruses or might have already been sick when taken in by the shelter. Giving your dog shots before taking it home will keep everyone healthy.

In order to make sure that your dog is healthy, be sure to allow it to have access to clean water at all times during the day. Just like with all living beings, water is one of the most important components. The only exception would be that you would want to keep water from a puppy for three hours before bedtime.

Lift your dog properly. If you have a little dog or puppy, place your one hand under their chest and use your other hand for supporting their rump and hind legs. If you're lifting a big dog, lift them from their underside supporting their chest using your one arm and using your other arm to support their rear end. Never lift a dog by their back legs, tail, or the nape of their neck.

Take your pet to the veterinarian regularly. Dogs need to be checked for heartworm and other health issues, and need to have any and all necessary vaccinations. When you own a puppy, you may need to see a vet more often. If your dog becomes ill or is injured, don't delay in getting him to the vet.

Hold on, take some deep breathes and tomorrow will be better than today. Use the advice on ringworm in cats you have read here and allow it to give you ideas of your own. There is nothing like loving a dog, and while the job of caring for them is hard, it is worth every second.

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