The first time I saw the face of a puppy, I was astounded by its features.
But that’s when I realised how fragile these things can be.
There is no one-size-fits-all picture of a dog, and the best way to determine if you have a dog with a condition is to look at your dog’s history.
Here are some key points to keep in mind when deciding if you or your pet is having a problem: How old is your dog?
Most dogs are about four to five years old, but some older dogs, especially those with an underlying health condition, can be up to a year older.
That’s why it’s important to check your dog for any underlying health problems before you give them a new collar.
If you’re not sure whether your dog has a condition, it’s a good idea to consult a vet who may be able to provide more information.
What are the symptoms?
The signs and symptoms of a canine health problem can vary from dog to dog, but they include: a change in weight, especially if the dog is older or in poor health (boredom)