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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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BRUSHING UP ON DOGGIE DENTAL HEALTH

Loving pet parents want their dogs to live the happiest, healthiest lives possible. Attaining optimal health includes having white, healthy teeth. Yet preventive dental care represents one of the most neglected pet health needs. To kick off Pet Dental Health Month in February, we’d like to provide a refresher on this important topic.According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), 80% [...]

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SUCCESSFUL DOG TRAINING TIPS

If one of your New Year’s resolutions involves better behavior … for your dog … you are not alone. In fact, January has been named National Train Your Dog Month. Perhaps you’ve tried training your pooch in the past, only to end up in frustration for you and no real progress for your dog. The important thing is that [...]

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WHICH CELEBRITY DOES YOUR DOG ACT MOST LIKE?

Your dog has his own, distinct personality, that's for sure. But, if you've ever gotten the feeling that he reminds you of someone and you can't quite put your finger on it, maybe we can help. Take our quiz to see which celebrity shares personality traits with your pup. 

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GET READY FOR SOME CANINE COUTURE

Let your dog’s fashion flag fly on January 14 – National Dress Up Your Pet Day. Since 2009, pet parents have been celebrating this fun filled, tail-wagging holiday with their pooches and his or her fashionista friends.Whether your outfit is red carpet worthy or a simple fun scarf, the one ingredient in all these outfits is the love behind [...]

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CAN DOGS CATCH A COLD?

Question #1: Can dogs catch a cold? Yes, they can. You might see watery eyes, sniffles, sneezing or coughing. Just like humans, the symptoms can range from mild to severe, depending on which cold virus he’s picked up.Question #2: Can dogs catch a cold from humans? No, they can’t. The symptoms may look a lot like yours when you [...]

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LOSE POUNDS WITH YOUR HOUNDS

Feeling the effects of the holiday meals, parties and treats? You’re not alone. Seems like every other commercial is about a diet plan, health club or exercise equipment – and with good reason. We are carrying extra weight and looking for a healthy solution to shed the pounds. But the answer might be right under our noses, and many [...]

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