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Can I use human eye drops on my dog?

Can I use human eye drops on my dog?

Can I use human eye drops on my dog?

Your dog may navigate the world using mostly their nose and ears, but their eyes are just as important to their overall health. There are several common conditions which can affect a dog's eyes, including allergies, eye infections, and conjunctivitis (also known as pink eye), and most of these conditions are treated with eye drops. The question is, what kind? Are human eye drops safe? Do you need to get something special from your vet?

There is nothing more important to us than the health of your Pooch (except the health of our own pups), so we've found all of the answers for you:

Why Do Dogs Chew?

Why Do Dogs Chew?
Dogs might be man's best friend but they still have plenty of behaviours we humans find bizarre or downright annoying. One of the most common—and most annoying—of these behaviours is chewing, which usually begins when puppies are teething and carries on throughout most dogs' adult lives. We all know the consequences of this chewing: destroyed shoes and damaged furniture. But what about the causes?

What Smells Do Dogs Hate?

What Smells Do Dogs Hate?
It may seem like dogs love just about everything with a scent—they certainly have a fondness for some scents we humans can’t stand—but there are actually many smells humans love that dogs hate, and these scents are the perfect way to keep your dog away from your most valuable and fragile possessions(or, really, anything you don’t want your dog chowing down on).

Why do dogs roll in fox poo?

Why do dogs roll in fox poo?
Your dog may be your best friend but that doesn’t mean you have to like everything they do. Dogs have some pretty frustrating habits and rolling in fox poo comes out at the top of the list. This habit is common across all dog breeds and while there’s no real risk of it hurting your dog, it makes for an interesting bath time when you get home.

121 Amazing Dog Christmas Presents Your Pooch Will Love

121 Amazing Dog Christmas Presents Your Pooch Will Love
The holiday season is kicking into high gear and you're crossing people off your gift list one by one, but have you thought about what you're going to get your furry friend? Your dog is a cherished member of the family and he deserves to get a something special for Christmas just like everyone else.

How to remove stains from white dogs fur?

How to remove stains from white dogs fur?
Keeping a white dog white can be quite the challenge. A single trip outdoors can result in all kinds of stains: dirt, debris, urine, saliva, and tears can all cause stains. If you're not careful about keeping your dog's fur clean it can soon end up yellowed like an old photograph—and that's not to mention the number of yeast and bacterial infections they can get without proper grooming.

When Do Puppies Stop Biting And Teething?

When Do Puppies Stop Biting And Teething?
Raising a puppy is one of the most rewarding experiences you'll ever have, but it definitely has its challenges and teething is a big one. Puppies get a full set of baby teeth when they're around 6-8 weeks old and at around 12-14 weeks those teeth start to fall out so adult teeth can grow in. This process leaves the gums sore and leads to a teething period much like the one human babies go throu

Infographic: Cleaning Dogs Ears

Infographic: Cleaning Dogs Ears
Check out our step by step guide for cleaning your dogs ears. Learn about the benefits of keeping a regular ear care routine as well as the dangers of neglecting this quick and simple job. 

SOLVED: Why do my dog's ears stink?

SOLVED: Why do my dog's ears stink?

Have you noticed a sour or unpleasant smell coming from your dog's ears? Do you frequently notice them shaking their head vigorously or scratching at their ears?

These are actually quite common problems in dogs with floppy ears and other dogs who have a lot of fur in their ears or around the base of their ears. A very mild smell around your dog's ears may not mean anything, but most of the time stinky dog ears mean your dog is suffering from some kind of ear infection.

The Top 100 Dog Memes of 2017

We have scoured the web to find the best Dog Memes which should brighten up your day. From funny, to cute to downright wierd, we have compiled the best selection.
So sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy!
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dog who looks like donald trump with quiff