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Hydration of canine athletes by DVM Sergio Maffi

To ensure that our dogs reach their full performance potential, we are used to focusing on the raw materials in their feed, the calories, and percentages of protein and fats. However there is one component of their diet which is often overlooked, and although it contains not a single calorie it is the most important part of what we feed our dogs…WATER! Click here for the full article.

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Fun in the snow!

Getting out into the snow with your dog can be great fun but there are a few things to bear in mind to keep your four-legged friend safe. Fluffy white piles of newly fallen snow are often irresistible for dogs and they’ll soon be off running and playing through the drifts. Sometimes your dog may be tempted to eat the snow, whether for fun, thirst or to cool down after a run. Unfortunately, swallowing snow can sometimes cause vomiting, diarrhoea, chills or other issues. If any of these problems arise in your dog, you should always contact your vet. Fresh snow can also cause problems with your dog’s paws, forming lumps or balls of ice. These can be very irritating

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Health in focus! By Petter Karlsson

WinterPad® cream offers excellent protection for the interdigital spaces and pads. It forms a waterproof and protective layer. Spread on sensitive areas of paws exposed to frost, snow, ice, mud, and uneven ground. Tested in harsh polar climates. “Hi, my name is Petter Karlsson.I have been using Winterpad for many years to keep my dog’s paws in good condition. I try to run dogs without shoes as much as possible, partly to reduce the risk of wrist damage and partly to reinforce their paw pads.Winterpad protects from the formation of ice on the paws and around the paws, but still allows the paws to remain strong and sturdy. I also sometimes use Winterpad in combination with booties. If you have

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SUMMER activities?

There are some essential steps to take, other than using the right gear, to ensure that your active, sporty dog stays healthy. Not all dogs are able to regulate their energy expenditure and will run until they collapse. As well as embarking on any new activity in a gradual way, it’s important that you know how to recognize signs that your dog is tired or stressed so that you can intervene when necessary and take the right course of action: for example, alternating walking with running, taking rest breaks and always making sure you always have fresh, clean water available for your dog to drink and rehydrate. Bear in mind that running is not a sport which is suitable for

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