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DOES YOUR DOG HAVE LYME DISEASE?

Ever see your dog unable to stand or walk, literally going limp under legs like noodles? It could be your dog has Lyme disease and needs immediate medical attention. Recognizing the signs of this serious, but treatable, disease can help you take prompt action and minimize the damage it can cause.Causes of Lyme DiseaseLyme disease in humans was first [...]

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FIDO'S WISH FOR A "YAPPY" EASTER

Want to make your dog the center of attention this Easter? Or at least be part of the holiday celebration with the kiddos? Since it’s probably not the best idea to have them participate in an Easter egg hunt, why not create an Easter basket especially for that special pooch this year? Some super Easter basket ideas found [...]

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A SALUTE TO ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS

Many of us take animal control for granted. We treat is as something that happens “behind the scenes” to keep our communities running smoothly. But the truth is it takes a team of dedicated, hard-working professionals who devote a great many hours to serve the public. It takes special skills to approach abused, abandoned or diseased animals, and a [...]

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GRAIN-FREE DOG FOOD – IS IT FOR YOU?

Millions of us are seeing the benefits of a grain-free, gluten-free diet, but what about our dogs? Would they also benefit from a grain-free diet? Let’s take a closer look … starting back in the early days of hunting and gathering their food. It’s hard to imagine the days when they had to fend for themselves, but before our [...]

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MARCH 23 - CELEBRATE NATIONAL PUPPY DAY

Who doesn’t break into a smile when they see puppies? Hard to imagine these bubbly, energy filled fur balls not lifting the hearts of everyone we know. Well let’s pull out the stops and celebrate National Puppy Day on March 23!National Puppy Day was established in 2006 by Colleen Paige, Pet Lifestyle Expert, to celebrate the perfect joy and [...]

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FOCUS IN ON YOUR DOG'S EYE HEALTH

Other than a wagging tail, your dog’s eyes communicate so much – that she’s ready for a walk, she’s feeling happy or she wants to play. Her eyes are one of the most precious and complex organs, and maintaining healthy eye function will play a key role to her life-long happiness.Understanding How Their Eyes WorkThe eyes of dogs differ [...]

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BLAND DIET OPTIONS FOR DOGS

Dogs have a remarkable ability to digest just about anything. But, even with the greatest care, dogs will occasionally eat something that doesn’t agree. Or they can find themselves with an intestinal bug which brings on bouts of vomiting or diarrhea. Related: Why is My Dog Vomiting?For these infrequent occurrences, veterinarians generally recommend a “bland diet” which will soothe [...]

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PET-SAFE CLEANING PRODUCTS

Are you getting “spring fever” … that desire to do a deep clean of your house and welcome in the warm weather? Before you put on the rubber gloves and drag out your household cleaners, did you know that many products used today can put your dog at risk for developing cancer, kidney or liver damage? As March is [...]

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DOGGIE BREATH IS NOT A JOKE

Does your dog’s breath make you back away or hold your nose? Many dog owners chalk it up to old age or something minor, but your dog’s breath may be telling you something. It could be an outward sign of oral problems or underlying diseases that may be causing the foul odor. So, here are some tips on what [...]

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MAKE IT A DOG-SAFE VALENTINE'S DAY

Looking for the perfect gift for your dog? When we think of Valentine’s Day, no doubt the traditional gestures of roses, chocolates, fine wine, romantic candles and rich food come to mind. Unfortunately, these are all unhealthy and possibly harmful for your pooch. Here are some reminders that can make sure you have a safe and loving Valentine’s Day [...]

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