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2009-06-16 - 5:57 PM
Everyone loves their pets. Pets are a great companion to our lives. They are there when we need them and always happy to see us, no matter how their own day has been.... Read more
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2009-06-07 - 9:03 AM
As many dog guardians well remember, mid-March marks the two-year anniversary of the widespread pet food recall throughout North and South America. Most dog parents a... Read more
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2009-11-05 - 4:14 PM
Root canals, dental x-rays, orthodontics, crowns, caps, implants, and periodontal surgery for pets? You must be kidding! Not at all. Dental procedures are performed d... Read more
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2009-06-16 - 5:53 PM
Now that spring is ending and summer is drawing ever near we'll want to remain extra diligent in keeping our pets happy and healthy during the heat of the summer. ... Read more
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2009-01-26 - 12:50 PM
Owning pets is expensive and in the current economy. Here are a few suggestions of how you can reduce the amount you spend on your pets this year without depriving th... Read more
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2009-02-25 - 10:59 PM
Change your thinking about these pet care myths and watch your pet enjoy better health!   ... Read more
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2009-05-21 - 11:51 AM
Some household cleaning products are loaded with chemicals, and can be harmful to your pet after prolonged exposure. Today, rates of canine cancer are increasing, fol... Read more
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2009-04-24 - 11:28 AM
It is possible to treat an animal's health problems symptomatically with diet change, vitamins and minerals and even supportive homeopathy remedies. However it is ... Read more
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2009-06-05 - 9:29 AM
Aggression, inappropriate urination, hyperactivity, separation anxiety, sibling rivalry, feather picking in birds or excessive grooming or lick granulomas in dogs and... Read more
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2009-10-21 - 6:53 PM
At one time vaccines were considered the most important treatment to keep our animals healthy; an impermeable shield that would protect them lifelong. Accepting this ... Read more
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2008-12-15 - 11:40 PM
Ever tried to get an angry cat in a carrier without a scratch? Or struggled to get your dog to sit down in the car when the windows are open? Like Jack, who uses Dogg... Read more
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2009-08-11 - 10:43 PM
1) Feed your pet at regular meal times. It is better to feed 2-3 smaller meals than one big meal. Do not free-feed by leaving food out all the time unless yo... Read more
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2009-07-01 - 12:39 PM
The liver is the main filtering system for the body since all blood supply travels through it to be detoxified. The liver performs many critical functions including: ... Read more
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2010-02-09 - 11:21 PM
If your pet is aging, seriously injured or chronically or terminally ill, you may find yourself experiencing all the emotions of grief ... Read more
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2010-02-09 - 10:52 PM
Losing weight is a challenge for both people and their pets.  With obesity levels at an all time high in North America, how can we reverse the trend and start ... Read more
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2009-02-11 - 6:56 PM
When Americans hit the roads this spring, headed for vacation destinations around the country, many of those travelers will be accompanied by their beloved pets. ... Read more
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2009-11-25 - 5:37 PM
"Your pet ages seven times faster than you do; consequently, the potential for age-related disease also progresses seven times as fast," says Dr. William Tranquilli, ... Read more
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2009-06-07 - 8:54 AM
Alzheimer's disease is a devastating progressive neurological disorder of older men and women. A comparative disease occurs in dogs and cats and is called canine a... Read more
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2009-06-05 - 2:44 PM
Ticks can be hard to spot, but if spend a significant amount of time outside with your pet, you need to spot check both yourself and your pet. Some ticks carry Lyme D... Read more
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2009-06-11 - 1:29 PM
'Odor' emanating from a pet's body can come from anywhere. Common causes I see in practice include the mouth (dental disease, lung disease, or GI disease,) r... Read more
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