Customer Success Story: Sara the Wheaten Scottie

Dogs are active animals. Most spend their days chasing squirrels, playing fetch in the yard, or making friends at the dog park over a game of tag. Therefore, it only makes sense that every once in awhile, your furry friend overdoes it. Sometimes they simply put too much stress on their front and hind legs,…

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Nutritional Needs of Dogs with Cancer

Your dog’s diet is an extremely important indicator of his or her health that cannot be overlooked. Their daily or weekly nutritional regimens – whether they are sick or not – will give them the strength they need for daily activities and improve overall mood. If dogs have cancer, their immune systems are weaker than…

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Improve Your Pet’s Manners with These Helpful Tips

There’s no worse public humiliation than your dog dragging you down the street in pursuit of another animal or jumping up on the dinner table trying to snatch some food. With these helpful tips you and your furry friend will be able to take on the world as a classy, and much less embarrassing, duo.…

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Common Causes of Dog Hair Loss: Tips for Diagnosis & Treatment

As any dog owner knows, it’s common for your pooch to shed – unless he’s a breed that isn’t known for shedding due to his type of coat (such as a Poodle or a Bichon Frise), most canines shed hair on a regular basis. However, if you notice bald patches on your furry friend’s coat,…

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Cat Skin Conditions & Natural Remedies: What Every Cat Owner Should Know

When it comes to your cat’s overall health, there are homeopathic remedies you can use that may be just as effective as their chemical-treatment equivalents. Because skin is one of the largest organs of a mammals’ body, taking proper care of your cat includes addressing and treating any skin conditions, even if they appear minor.…

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Cat Nausea and Related Conditions: Recognizing and Treating Signs & Symptoms

There are several different factors that can cause nausea in cats. If the digestive and nervous systems are out of alignment, it often results in nausea; however, each occurrence requires individual attention. Whether your cat has a bout with vomiting or experiences an upset stomach on occasion, it’s important to know the cause and necessary…

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Canine Parvovirus: Causes, Symptoms, & Prevention

Unvaccinated dogs and young puppies are at risk for contracting canine parvovirus. This highly infectious disease lives outside the body for long periods of time and is not easy to get rid of. That’s why it’s critical to get puppies vaccinated as soon as they are old enough. What is Canine Parvovirus? This highly contagious…

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Customer Success Story: Dunny & Debbie

Sometimes it can be hard to imagine that an animal as big and strong as a horse can ever experience pain. However, even the most powerful creatures in the animal kingdom can get sore or injured relatively easily. While determining whether a horse is in pain is not always easy, it doesn’t mean that the…

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Bone Cancer (Osteosarcoma) in Dogs

Our canine friends are susceptible to a wide variety of health issues, with cancer unfortunately high among them. Of the many cancers, dog bone cancer, or osteosarcoma, is one of the most invasive and hardest to treat. Osteosarcoma is an aggressive cancer that often spreads to other parts of a dog’s body. It is diagnosed…

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7 Common Health Problems in Senior Cats

While cats tend to age more gracefully than dogs, they often experience numerous health problems in their later years. It is important to look out for signs of discomfort in your senior cat in order to make their older years more comfortable and enjoyable. By paying attention to the common health problems discussed below, you…

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