This is a must, a complete cure for pyometra. The only reason I would not spay a dog for this condition would be a patient which is not stable enough to undergo anesthesia and surgery. Pyometra is one of the many reasons why I am a big believer in early (less than 6 months old) spaying of dogs. .
From Angela Dwyer DVM 54 days ago
Reducing unfavorable behaviors through exercise
Pets often don't get the benefit of the doubt when it comes to why they are engaging in destructive behaviors. Rather than trying to constantly stop behaviors, getting ahead of the behaviors by making sure the dog is getting plenty of exercise for his/her breed, and letting them know when it IS OK to be rowdy and playful works like magic for reducing those behaviors at other times when it isn't appreciated. Having a set time and routine for exercise is also really helpful!.
From Stephanie Marie 222 days ago