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About Dr. Lily Canis

Dr. Lily Canis first became interested in helping other dogs after seeing her veterinarian human assist her canine peers. This inspired Lily to learn as much as possible about canine wellness. By spending the majority of her time at her human's veterinarian office‎, Lily has learned a great deal about canine health. As a writer for Pawstruck.com, you'll find her articles will cover a variety of topics from doggy life hacks to mental and physical wellbeing. Lily excels at writing health-related articles with exceptional bedside manner, that only a dog could provide.
Latest Posts | By Dr. Lily Canis
Are Termites Dangerous for Your Dog? Pet Friendly Pest Control Tactics
2 years ago

Are Termites Dangerous for Your Dog? Pet Friendly Pest Control Tactics

Your dog isn’t just a pet. He or she is a full-fledged member of the family, and you would do anything to protect your pup from harm.

If you suspect …
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How To Handle Human Inventions: The Holiday Season
2 years ago

How To Handle Human Inventions: The Holiday Season

1. Krismas tree

Depending on your human, your bedroom might have a giant tree in it for about a month. Why is there a giant tree and why can’t we …
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5 Tips Any Dog Can Follow To Stay Healthy
2 years ago

5 Tips Any Dog Can Follow To Stay Healthy

1. Exercise daily

Cardio is very important for heart health and the humans don’t always have time to take us for a walk. Make sure you’re getting your daily dose …
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How To Handle Human Inventions: The Basics
2 years ago

How To Handle Human Inventions: The Basics

1. Amboolances

My human has told me that these things are called “amboolances” and they’re for when important things are happening, like when a hooman is hurt and needs …
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The 12 Best Sleeping Positions For Any Dog
2 years ago

The 12 Best Sleeping Positions For Any Dog

AT HOME 1. “Upward-facing Squirrel”

Recommended for: Dogs constantly waking up with neck pain. From this position, the neck is allowed to compensate and stretch after being bent …
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8 Tips For Dogs To Relax After A “Ruff” Day
3 years ago

8 Tips For Dogs To Relax After A “Ruff” Day

1. Put your feet up.

You’ve had a long day and you deserve to relax. Roll around, stretch out your back, and give your poor paws a rest!


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