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Lowcountry Dog : Taking Care of Our Charleston DogsLowcountry Dog Magazine is a reliable resource for Charleston dog owners on all matters regarding health and wellness. This section of our website is for you to learn about everything from canine tummy aches to obscure diseases like Pythiosis. This section also contains plenty of preventative advice. As a vital member of your family, it is important you take care of your dog properly from the start, not before it is too late.
Focus On Your Charleston Dog’s Health : Lowcountry Dog Has Several Veterinary PartnersWe've partnered with leading veterinary experts throughout the greater Charleston area, and we serve up fresh, original canine health and wellness articles every week. If you are looking for an educational and relevant source of Charleston dog health information, you have landed on the right site. Many of these articles are prompted by health-related questions submitted directly to us by our readers. Charleston is very fortunate to have such an engaged veterinary community that is willing to share their time and expertise with us. Lowcountry Dog Magazine and our veterinary community are committed to helping Charleston dogs have a healthy life. If you have health questions you'd like to see our veterinary panel address, you may email your question to email@example.com
by Erin Thomas on Thursday, November 18th, 2010 at 10:04am |
Do you give in to cute, although pesky, pups at the dinner table? This Thanksgiving holiday, dog lovers are urged to resist those intense gazes and vocal demands of pleading pups. Here are some tips for a happy- and healthy- Thanksgiving...
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 at 11:50am |
Knowing how to trim Fido’s nails is so important and as usual, we've done all the research for you. Here’s a step by step guide on this delicate- and totally necessary- procedure.
by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 at 10:00am |
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, November 10th, 2010 at 9:38am |
Cushing's disease, a common condition in older pups, isn't curable, but it's treatable and that treatment can result in a longer, more comfortable life for Fido and his owner, meaning that it’s important to know the basic facts about Cushing's disease so you can be prepared...
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010 at 9:17am |
In any given supermarket or pet store, you can find plenty of vitamins and supplements for Fido, claiming to help with everything from liver health to behavioral problems. Are these claims true?
by Erin Thomas on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 at 8:09am |
In the best of all worlds, you, Fido and your vet would work to keep Fido as healthy as possible. It’s definitely worth a search to find the perfect doctor-partner. And you also have to learn to do your part...
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 at 8:27am |
All of our bodies suffer the wear and tear of time. In people, our hearts are often our weakest organ. In dogs, though, it’s often the kidneys that wear out first.
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 at 8:52am |
Finding your pet not breathing or with his heart not beating can be a terrifying experience, but there are things you can do to be prepared.
by Erin Thomas on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 at 8:25am |
Caring for a pet after surgery can be a nerve-wracking experience, but understanding how to care for and protect an incision can ensure a quick, smooth healing process for both owner and pet. Here are the keys to a speedy recovery...