What Dog Health Problem
Do You Need Help With?

Dog health problems can be common and treatable like ear infections, or life-threatening like heartworm or cancer. Canine congestive heart failure, dog tumors, bloat, arthritis, allergies. These dog illnesses as well as many others are explored on this web site.

Many people consider dogs to be cherished members of their family and accordingly, take their role of caregiver very seriously. After all, our dogs can't make decisions on their care. They rely on us to make the right decisions for them.

Dog Health: Ask Questions 1st, Decide 2nd

Making a decision about surgery or a medical treatment for your dog is stressful. This is especially true if you feel you do not have enough information. The purpose of this web site is to provide information on common dog illnesses and traditional and alternative treatment options, as well as current research and interviews with veterinarians. 

Dog-Health-Today is the Best Go-To Site for All Things Dog. Here’s why:

  1. This web site was developed, and is constantly updated, using reputable resources. These include firsthand conversations with conventional and holistic veterinarians as well as veterinarian magazines and books that include: Foods Pets Die For, Pet Care in the New Century, Protect Your Pet, Homeopathic Care for Cats & Dogs, Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats, Whole Health for Happy Dogs, The Seven Ages of Man’s Best Friend, The Canine Thyroid Epidemic and Releasing Your Pet’s Hidden Health Potential.
  2. Add to the above bank of knowledge the extensive experience of dog-health-today's editor, who has over 30 years of managing the health needs of her own dogs and rescue dogs: nearly 50 dogs to date.  
  3. Original E-Books, written by Dog-Health-Today’s editor and affordably priced, will be available on this web site by July 2015.  

This Web Site IS NOT...

Dog-Health-Today is NOT intended to replace the knowledge and skills of your veterinarian. The information on this web site is meant to provide additional background once your veterinarian has diagnosed your dog's condition and help give you confidence in the medical decisions you make on behalf of your dog.