6 Things You Didn’t Realize Are Killing Your Dog

6 Things You Didn’t Realize Are Killing Your Dog

Let’s talk 6 Things You Didn’t Realize Are Killing Your Dog. Are they not getting proper exercise? What is their diet like? How important are vaccines for your pet? Wait, “heartworms”? What are those? We’re talking all that AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Heartworms – 0:30
No Vet Visits – 1:57
Poor Diet – 2:45
Lack of Exercise – 3:57
No Vaccinations – 4:45
Improper Dental Care – 5:40


1. Heartworms

If you care about your pets, this one might be hard to wrap your head around. Did you know your pet can get worms in their heart?! Disgusting isn’t it? Well that’s not even the half of it.

Heartworm is a disease caused by parasitic worms. It can result in lung disease, organ damage and heart failure. The worms enter the body through mosquito bites. As the infection spreads into the animal, larvae from the mosquito begin to grow within the heart. From here, they can spread to the lungs and blood vessels.

2. Much like humans, animals need checkups. If your dog is in good health, you are recommended to take them in once a year for an annual physical exam.

A puppy should have their first medical exam pretty much right after you get them. During this exam, the vet will check their health and make sure they are free of parasites. Throughout their years, they need to be taken in for certain types of checkups.

3. This one’s pretty obvious, but it still needs to be mentioned. If your dog is not eating properly, it can be life threatening. There are plenty of poor-quality dog foods out on the market that your animal should stay away from.

There is no one feeding schedule for dogs. When and how much you feed them often depends on several different factors. Regardless, veterinarians recommend that you feed your dog at least twice a day. If your dog has some sort of condition, it may require a special feeding schedule.

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