Monthly Archives: February 2020

Causes & Treatment of coughing in dogs – VOSD Expert Vet Advice™

COUGHING IN DOGS | VOSD Expert Vet Advice™

All dogs will cough sometimes – coughing in dogs is as common as it is people. Most coughing will resolve itself over a few days however coughing that is persistent (lasts over a week) or severe (when the dog is hacking and sounds like choking) needs immediate vet attention. A vet could determine one of […]

Bhutan PM Urges All Citizens To Adopt Stray Dogs

Bhutan PM urges people to adopt a stray dog

Bhutan’s Prime Minister Lotay Tshering has recently asked people to adopt a stray dog as a gift for his birthday.  His birthday is on the 10th of May. He has urged people to adopt a stray dog or plant a tree or commit to managing waste in their neighborhood. With Humane Society International intervention Bhutan has […]

Bloat in Dogs (symptoms, prevention & Treatment) – VOSD Expert Vet Advice™

Bloat in Dogs | VOSD Expert Vet Advice

Bloat is technically called Gastric Dilation and Volvulus syndrome (GDV) but will be referred to as bloat in this article. VOSD has treated hundreds of dogs with bloat as part of our rescue and for the dogs that live at the VOSD Sanctuary & Hospital. This article shares the accepted medical understanding as well as […]

Snakebite in dogs (symptoms & treatment) – VOSD Expert Advice™

Treating Snakebite in Dogs | VOSD Vet Advice

Nonpoisonous snake bites are painful and can cause infection, but venomous snake bites can kill a dog within only an hour unless you give first aid for snake bite. Most of the time snakes do not want to confront any animal that is not prey. But is a dog is too curious to leave a […]

Dog not eating and has vomited. What can you do? – VOSD Expert Vet Advice™

VOSD Vet Advice| Dog not eating and vomited

If the dog is not eating it can be a symptom of one of many things and can be simply that the dog overate or is not hungry or has mild indigestion or can be that it has a fever etc. The only way you will know is if you notice the food pattern of […]

Normal body temperature of a dog – VOSD Expert Vet Advice™

Normal body temperature of a dog| VOSD Blog

Unlike humans dogs’ normal temperate range is higher. 99-102 degree Fahrenheit is considered normal for dogs. If the temperature is a little higher say 12-104 please call your vet and take the dog to a vet. The vet will treat the dog for the underlying cause that is causing the fever and the fever itself.  […]