Archive For The “Health” Category

Grooming Tips for Senior Dogs

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Grooming Tips for Senior Dogs

by Jenny Noland It’s that part of life everyone is afraid of – getting old. It happens to you, it happens to me, it happens to our dogs. Sadly, our pet’s old age comes much faster than our own. The loveable pooch you’ve watched grow up, watched become a member of the family, becomes frail…

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7 TIPS FOR CAT SUNBURN PAIN

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7 TIPS FOR CAT SUNBURN PAIN

by Amy Shojai Long sunny days can bring misery for people—and their pets. Cat fur offers great protection against the sun in most cases, so it’s rare for kitties to develop sunburn. When they do, it’s the thinly-furred regions that suffer the worst risk. Sunburn can turn ear tips crispy, the bridge of the nose…

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Senior Moments-The Single Most Important Thing You Must Know About a Pet Stroller

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Senior Moments-The Single Most Important Thing You Must Know About a Pet Stroller

by Hindy Pearson The single most important thing you must know about a pet stroller is…you need one! It’s as simple as that, although it might not be enough to convince you that you really, really need one. Is it? The easy way or the hard way – you decide I prefer the easy way…

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My Pet Has a Lump – What Should I Do?

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My Pet Has a Lump – What Should I Do?

by Calder Vets, Finding a lump is a common reason for an owner to bring their pet to see the vet. Finding a lump can create a lot of anxiety; we often fear the worst since most of us have experienced either a family member or pet being diagnosed with ‘cancer’. The good news is that…

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Podcast-New Research Cures Feline Genetic Blindness and Other Genetic Diseases

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Podcast-New Research Cures Feline Genetic Blindness and Other Genetic Diseases

In this podcast, Dr. Leslie Lyons of the College of Vet. Medicine, Missouri shares with us her groundbreaking research into DNA identification of defective/mutative genes to cure genetic diseases in cats with gene therapy.  It is a fascinating discussion that sounds like a sci fi movie, but it is very real. The show starts with…

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Podcast-How to Get Rid of Ticks With Herbs and Essential Oils

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Podcast-How to Get Rid of Ticks With Herbs and Essential Oils

In this podcast, Dr. Carol Osborne explains how natural remedies may be used to ward off ticks and prevent Lymes disease. Dr. Carol is a world-renowned integrative veterinarian and author. A pioneer in anti-aging medicine and longevity research for pets. ⇒ Ask Dr. Carol a question in the comments below ⇐ A frequent guest on The…

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Senior Moments- How to Housebreak an Older Dog

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Senior Moments- How to Housebreak an Older Dog

By Hindy Pearson Is it possible one of the reasons people are hesitant about adopting an aging canine, is because they don’t know how to housebreak an older dog? If this is why you’re reluctant, than I’m glad you found me. It would be a shame to let that stand in the way of you…

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Podcast- Gunnars Wheels Foundation Gives Free Loaner Wheels For Dogs

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Podcast- Gunnars Wheels Foundation Gives Free Loaner Wheels For Dogs

Three years ago Jason Parker’s dog Gunnar was hit by a truck and lost the use of his rear legs. Generous people helped Jason buy a wheelchair for Gunnar. Now Jason payig it forward with a unique program that provides wheels for dogs at no charge! Jason even covers the shipping cost anywhere in the…

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Podcast: What is on Pet Food Labels and Why You Should Care plus super food treats

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Podcast: What is on Pet Food Labels and Why You Should Care plus super food treats

Do you know many dog treats are high calorie and not so good for your dog? Kelly Ison tells us about the importance of health food dog treats, and do you know the importance of what is on pet food labels? Mary Emma Young from the Pet Food Institute explains what is on pet food labels…

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Barking Dogs That Drive People Insane

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Barking Dogs That Drive People Insane

by Kevin Davies A barking dog can be very upsetting and annoying to most people, and can cause your neighbors to report you to the local dog control. It is important to understand that your dog is not barking just to annoy you and the neighbors, they are indeed trying to communicate with you about…

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