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FDA Indicates Dog Heart Disease is Related to Certain Types of Food

“What you eat, you become”. The message has echoed louder to positivity inherited in statement. Dogs seem to have developed heart disease after consuming certain types of food for a longer period. FDA has informed about the growing tendency in breeds not considered or categorized susceptible to such conditions earlier.
The Food and Drug Administration has found ‘Grain-free’ food based on potatoes and peas causing the damage.
Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy was previously found in certain breeds however it’s been reported in other breeds too. This is an alarming situation. 
FDA is studying the results further and requested pet owners to keep a close eye on situation. The focus is upon breeds not vulnerable to such health conditions historically. The usual symptoms are laziness, loss of weight and occasional cough.
The only positive to come out from news is dog breeds falling outside the usual list can improve depending changes in diet and timely treatment offered.
Pet owners need to have information about dog breeds in list: Great Danes, Boxers, Newfoundland, Doberman pinchers and St. Bernard. The new cases have included a few more breeds to the existing list: Golden and Labrador Retrievers, Whippets, Shih Tzu, Bulldog, mini Schnauzer and mixed breed.
FDA has urged veterinarians and pet owners to pay more attention, report such issues at an early stage.


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Never leave your dog in parked vehicle during hot weather

A number of dog's are losing their life's just because they can't toleratehe heat that gets trapped in a parked vehicle during hot weathers. It has been considerably advised couple of times by police that never leave your dog in parked vehicle, though if it isn't that hot outside but parked car can trap heat even if windows are open. Recently, a suspect came out in which police saw a dog uncomfortable in direct sunlight inside the car parked, the owner's of dog went on shopping for more than hour. Police came and raised the alarm to let their owners get the dog out. Owner's said that we left the car under shade and it wasn't that hot though, but temperature still rises inside the car, if its 22c outisde, it can be 45c inside which can worse the condition of dog. Shade get's away after some time and hence direct sunlight causes car to heat up more. It is highly advised please never ever leave your dog in parked car during summers, it's better to let him stay at home instead of such situation. 

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