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Exercise Tips for Dogs
Exercise Tips for Dogs

Exercise Tips for Dogs

How much exercise does a dog need every day?  And secondly, how do you exercise a dog? Here are some tips and tricks to getting some much-needed exercise into your furry friend. 

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Veterinary Diets vs Store Bought Diets
Veterinary Diets vs Store Bought Diets

Veterinary Diets vs Store Bought Diets

Exactly why is Vet food so much more money? And why would I spend that when I can get the same food at the grocery store? Am I getting ripped off?!

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Feeding: How to Introduce New Foods
Feeding: How to Introduce New Foods

Feeding: How to Introduce New Foods

Allow at least one week to introduce a new food fully. The transition should be moderately gradual so we don’t overwhelm their stomachs.

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Diabetes in Dogs and Cats
Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes is a growing concern in pets with more cases diagnosed annually. While incurable proper management & treatment can ensure pets with diabetes live long fulfilling lives.

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Lyme Disease & Pets
Lyme Disease & Pets

Lyme Disease & Pets

Lyme disease, caused by deer tick bacteria, leads to symptoms like lameness and pain in pets. Prevent it with tick control, checks & possibly vaccines. Avoid tick-prone areas.

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Summertime with Our Pets
Summertime with Our Pets

Summertime with Our Pets

Getting outside with our pets and enjoying the days of summer can be a great experience. More and more pets are joining their owners on vacation as well.

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The Holidays and Your Pet
The Holidays and Your Pet

The Holidays and Your Pet

Happy Holidays! Here are a few tips to help keep your pets happy and safe during this festive season.

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Our Senior Pets
Our Senior Pets

Our Senior Pets

As a rule of thumb, if your dog is over 7 years old or your cat is over 8 years old, they are considered a senior.

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The Benefits of Owning a Pet
The Benefits of Owning a Pet

The Benefits of Owning a Pet

Pets are good for kids, children with pets have higher self-esteem, are more compassionate, and handle stress better. Also, a pet is a great way to teach responsibility.

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Arthritis and Your Pet
Arthritis and Your Pet

Arthritis and Your Pet

We tend to dismiss signs of arthritis as “getting older,” and early symptoms can be missed. Your pet could have chronic pain.

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Overweight Pets
Overweight Pets

Overweight Pets

Over 50% of the pets out there are overweight. Obesity in cats and dogs is a very serious health concern. It can lead to many health issues and can shorten the life of your pet.

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Gastric Dilation and Volvulus Syndrome
Gastric Dilation and Volvulus Syndrome (Bloat)

Gastric Dilation and Volvulus Syndrome

Gastric dilatation and volvulus syndrome (GDV) is a life-threatening emergency that occurs in dogs when the stomach dilates and twists into an abnormal position.

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