Dogs have become a part of our families and as such, we want to make sure they are happy and healthy. When they are hungry, we feed them. When they need to go to the vet, we take them. When they need a bath, we give them one. And when they get hurt or sick, we want them to get better and/or heal as fast as possible. We also want them to receive the best care. Part of getting that care is deciding what to do in specific events, such as your dog having fleas or dry, itchy skin or perhaps the cat next door got him, leaving several scratches. There are generally three paths we can take; one, do nothing at all and hope for the best. Two, treat with medication or medicated products. Three, use natural remedies for treating your dog. If you want what’s best for your dog as well as what’s probably better for your wallet, you’ll most often choose natural remedies. If a natural cure will work, there’s no need to give your pet medications or use medicated products that may have harmful side effects. Before taking that route, be sure to check if a natural remedy can be utilized instead. After all, we do want the best for man’s best friend! When your pup isn’t feeling well or has been injured, its best to contact your veterinarian first, just to be safe. What seems like something minor may in fact be a clue of something bigger going on. In the case of minor ailments, however, home remedies can be much more beneficial. Here are 20 popular home remedies for your dog.
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