As a dog care donor, or dog owner it is essential to know about the main diseases for to keep watch on when interacting with them. The number one pet insurance provider in America known as ‘Veterinary Pet Insurance’ have recently released a report on the most common diseases for which clients files claims.
The 6 most common diseases in dogs –
- Ear Infection
- Urinary tract infection
- Skin allergies
- Stomach upsets
- Pyoderma (bacterial skin infection/hot spots)
- Benign Tumor
As the care provider or the owner of a dog it may be supposed that the dog will face at least one of these problems through their life. Ear infections, skin allergies, and Pyoderma may be found through any of the stage of a dog’s life. As an upset stomach can be more prevailing in puppies as of their tendency of chewing and eating everything insight. Skin diseases, Tumors, Arthritis will be more usual with older dogs.
It is very difficult for preventing a dog from getting an infection and diseases, but… it may be possible to reduce the effects of disease by spending a much time with your dog and catching these problems as soon as possible. If anyone spends a quality time to pet and to play with a dog it will be easy to recognize that a dog is having skin infections or sore joints. By trapping these problems in their early stages its possible to really reduce the effect few of these diseases may have on a dog.
Dog owners and specially Dog Daycares should be keeping these top six diseases dogs consider. For someone who is running a Dog Daycare to go for a daily check on each and every dog to make sure that they don’t have any skin infections, fleas, sore joints or lumps anywhere on their body. It could be a unique experience to run a Dog Daycare and it is essential to take more time and ensure they are away from diseases.
As a owner of a Dog Daycare it’s necessary to ensure all dogs are free from disease and healthy. If an ill dog is found….notify the owner of the dog right away. Although to share bad news will not be fun, the dog owner will deeply appreciate the timely warning. If an ill dog will be found… be certain to isolate that dog from the crowd until it will feel better.
It could stop the disease to spread out also let the infected or ill dog to get well with no deal with social pressures in a group.