3628 Lynoak Dr. #107, Claremont, CA

The Well Dog Place

Dr. Ken Tudor Holistic Veterinarian

Basic Dog Care 01 | How Often Should I Bathe My Dog?
How often should dogs be bathed is a frequent question asked by my veterinary clients. And it is a good question because the answer is “It depends.”
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Basic Dog Care 02 | Dental Care
Learn about The Well Dog Place’s program for dental care. Dental health is important for your dog’s overall health, we suggest that dental procedures may not require anesthesia.
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Basic Dog Care 03 | The Two Disappearing Days for Dogs
6 Suggestions to Prevent Losing Your Dog. July 5th and Jan 1st, animal shelters are overflowing with dogs that ran away. Make sure yours isn't one of them.
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Basic Dog Care 04 | Why You Should Cope with the “In Heat” Dog
We know that early spaying may cause female dogs to have urinary incontinence, urine leakage during rest and sleep, later in life.
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Basic Dog Care 05 | How to Select Dog Shampoo
Most dog parents probably don't realize that they should be checking their dog's shampoo bottles. Can't I just use my shampoo?
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Basic Dog Care 06 | Traveling? How to Choose a Boarding Facility
7 Suggestions for finding a boarding facility that you can trust, an essential part of enjoying your travel.
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Basic Dog Care 07 | Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?
 4 possible reasons why dogs eat grass. Do any of them make sense?
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Basic Dog Care 08 | Anal Gland Health is Important for Your Dog
Does your dog scoot her bottom on the carpet? Does he suddenly and violently turn toward his rear or try and chew under the base of his tail?
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Basic Dog Care 09 | 5 Essentials for Your Dog’s Health
Resilient health is about a lifetime wellness foundation built on the 5 pillars of health for your dog. We can help you build a plan that works for your fur family
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Basic Dog Care 10 | Do I need to give my dog heartworm medication?
The mosquito that transmits heartworm disease in dogs is not commonly found here. So why over-treat?
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Basic Dog Care 11 | How Often Should I Take My Dog to the Vet?
Dogs accelerated aging means problems can develop faster, seemingly overnight, and progress faster than the same problems in humans.
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Basic Dog Care 12 | Castor Bean Poisoning - Right in Your Own Backyard
The toxin in the fruit bean of the Castor Bean Plant is the most toxic chemical known to man. Ricin, is also lethal to dogs.
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Basic Dog Care 13 | Ticks and Dogs
Tick activity is the greatest during spring, summer, and early fall. These pests can be a severe health threat
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Basic Dog Care 14 | Dog Bite Wounds: What You See Is Not What You Get
Whether to a human or another dog, the tissue damage from dog bite wounds can be extensive, painful, and potentially life-threatening.
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Basic Dog Care 15 | Protect Your Dog from Saltwater Poisoning
Fetch at the beach is great because dogs can exercise vigorously without overheating. But there are some hidden dangers with beach play.
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Basic Dog Care 16 | Tear Staining (Part 1)
Do you have a dog that needs continual cleaning under the inside corner of the eyes, next to the nose?
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Basic Dog Care 17 | Tear Staining (Part 2)
In the last post we listed the breeds that are particularly prone to this tear staining.
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