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Are you a new pet owner? Are you suddenly remembering all the basic questions you meant to ask your vet? You may see one or two of your questions answered below. Here are some of the most common questions pet owners recently asked.

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1.How long are dogs pregnant?

58-68 days—that’s roughly 2 months of puppy anticipation.

2. Was Goofy a dog?

Goofy is a dog who owns a house. Pluto got the short end of the stick.

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3. Why does my dog lick me?

Maybe you stood too close to the pan while cooking bacon this morning, or your pup knows you’ll give him a kiss back when he does it.

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Google tells us dogs lick for a lot of reasons, some with behavioral or medical explanations. If you’re concerned, reach out to your vet or behaviorist for advice!

4. How can you tell how old a dog is?

Most sources agree that you can look at their teeth! For puppies, it’s easier: their baby teeth typically grow in and fall out at a certain age, but for adults dogs, you can look at the wear. The color, amount of tartar buildup, and even tooth loss can help determine a dog’s general age.

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5. What happens when a dog eats chocolate?

We all know chocolate is a no-no for dogs, but why? The toxicity levels in chocolate increase the darker it gets, namely because of a chemical called theobromine, which is related to caffeine. Too much of it can increase your dog’s heart rate considerably, and cause vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, or even death if left untreated. If you think your dog got into your leftover Halloween stash, contact your vet ASAP!

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6. How do you get rid of skunk smell on a dog?

There are a number of de-skunking products which claim to rid your curious pet of the odor, but if that doesn’t work, The Humane Society has a recipe you can easily make at home. (It actually works!) Combine 1 quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 1/4 cup of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of dish soap, and start scrubbing!

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7. How do you stop a dog from barking?

They make great security systems, but sometimes you just need a moment of quiet. The one thing you shouldn’t do is yell at your dog to stop barking—to him, that’s encouraging. If he’s barking at someone passing outside, try blocking his view out the window, or introduce him to the stimulus gradually to reduce the excitement (with permission!) In many cases, a tired dog is a happy dog. Go for a walk, get some exercise, and shed that noisy excess energy.
 

 
8. Can you put Neosporin on a dog?

Applying a little Neosporin to a minor cut or scrape on your pup is okay, but keep in mind that dogs will lick their wounds. There’s no need to freak out if this happens—dogs heal faster than us on their own, and applying it may not even be necessary. Do not, however, apply Neosporin to a deep or open wound. Call your vet immediately to get proper treatment for your pet.

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9. How do I get rid of fleas on my dog

Fall and winter bring more tiny, freeloading hitchhikers into your home than we’d like to admit, but there are plenty of remedies. First up is a bath before any flea treatment, followed by either a chemical or natural option. Pills and spot treatments each work to kill fleas and stop them from reproducing and the former can take effect in as little as 30 minutes.

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10. How much Benadryl can I give my dog?

Those annoying itches and allergies are the WORST! Lots of veterinarian-prescribed antihistamines come with side effects, but offering some Benadryl to a pup in distress is simple & stress-free when you know the correct dosage. The standard is 1mg per pound of body weight, so a 25-pound pup would get the average 25mg tablet.

For smaller dogs, just break the tabs into halves or quarters; the same dose is usually okay to give 2-3 times a day, but consult with your vet to confirm just what’s best for your four-legged friend


 

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