Before you can begin to address your dog’s barking issues, you first need to understand what is driving the behavior. In most cases, barking is driven by simple boredom or the desire to get you to pay attention. But other factors can also cause your dog to bark.
In 2018, a shocking study was published that proved the presence of glyphosate in pet food. Eighteen commercial pet foods from eight different brands were tested, and glyphosate was found in all of them!
Many dog owners who have tried Cytopoint felt blindsided by the side effects they didn’t expect. The official information from the pharmaceutical company differs greatly from the users’ experiences, and it’s reasonable to ask how is that possible? Why were there reactions in the placebo group to begin with? There are several lenses through which we can examine the safety of Cytopoint, but let’s start with the infamous clinical trial.
If your pup is constantly battling ear infections, it is time to do something about it—to REALLY do something about it. This means addressing not just the pain and irritation you see on the outside, but fixing the cause of your dog’s chronic ear infections on the inside.
This disease has many symptoms that show up gradually and are not instantly noticeable. It takes time for the owners and vets to pick up on all of them and connect them together. Some symptoms might initially even get attributed to other conditions.