Posts Tagged “dog health”

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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Integrative Veterinary Medicine: Why is it so hard to find?

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine: Why is it so hard to find?

by Jo Singer Is there a integrative veterinarin near you? The practice of integrative veterinary medicine is growing by leaps and bounds. Integrative veterinary practices use a combination of conventional medicine along with a variety of alternative therapies. Integrative veterinary medicine focuses on caring for both the pet’s body and mind and is an integral…

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New Years Resolutions for the Dog Lover-What would you add to the list?

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New Years Resolutions for the Dog Lover-What would you add to the list?

by Heidi Ganahl, CEO and Founder of Camp Bow Wow 1. Sign your dog up for a training class – It is important to create a bond with you and your dog, as well as learn how to communicate with your dog. By teaching your dog commands, it will help you learn how to tell…

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62 Hair bands, 8 pairs of Panties, and 1 Bandage Removed From Dogs Stomach

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62 Hair bands, 8 pairs of Panties, and 1 Bandage Removed From Dogs Stomach

If your personal items seem to be disappearing from your home, you may want to check with your dog. An eight year old black lab named Tiki was brought to Good Shepherd Veterinary Hospital this week in Mars, Pennsylvania where it was discover there was 62 hair bands, 8 pairs of panties, and one bandage in…

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Tuesday Tip For Buster Boy-Snow Booties

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Tuesday Tip For Buster Boy-Snow Booties

Taking your beloved pooch for a walk? Slip on a pair of paw boots so your dog is protected from any salt, snow-melting chemicals, rocks, or fragments of glass laying about on the roads. The salt can irritate your dogs paws due to the calcium or sodium chloride present in the mixture, and sharp objects…

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How to Manage Canine Degenerative Myelopathy- Dr Ruth

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How to Manage Canine Degenerative Myelopathy- Dr Ruth

Degenerative myelopathy is a genetic, progressive spinal disease with no treatment or cure. It occurs in older dogs that earlier in life show no sign of the disease. We spoke to Dr Ruth MacPete who explains in detail how to manage the disease and give your dog the best possible quality of life. Please note that…

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