Dog flu symptoms are similar to symptoms of several other diseases in dogs. New to veterinary medicine, dog flu comes in two forms, and, under the right circumstances, it spreads easily. Knowing what the symptoms of canine influenza are, how it spreads, and how to avoid exposing your dog, can help you prevent infection in […]
Bichon Frise Adult Care
Bichon Frise adult care can be time consuming and labor intensive. This is a breed that requires frequent grooming and attention.
Bichons love people, parties, and being the center of attention. Even to the point of entertaining the crowd!
Suppose your Bichon dog ate chocolate. Of course you have heard that chocolate can be deadly to dogs. You may be panic stricken. But, if your dog eats chocolate, there are a few things that will determine whether he has an upset tummy or an emergency trip to the vet. If you are a chocolate […]
Canine pancreatitis often rears its ugly head during the holidays when dog owners treat their dogs to the rich and delightful goodies left over from holiday dinners. In fact, while you are out shopping on Black Friday for bargains, many dogs will end up visiting veterinary clinics with severe symptoms of pancreatitis. Dogs simply can’t […]
Distemper in dogs is one of the most serious diseases that your Bichon Frise puppy or dog can get. Canine distemper is a virus, a paramyxovirus, that affects the whole body and is highly contagious. Most puppies from reputable breeders are immunized against distemper, but caution should still be taken, as the virus is present […]
A canine urinary tract infection can leave your dog feeling down in the dumps. And Bichon Frises are among the dogs who sometimes have to battle persistent dog urinary tract infections. Some dogs are more likely to get UTIs (urinary tract infections) than others. For example, if your dog has diabetes, Cushing’s disease, or if […]