Health

Health monitoring smart collar helps pets beat the heat

July 26, 2018

BURLINGTON, Mass. – Each summer, pets die from heat-related injuries and it’s not just from being left alone in a vehicle. While pet owners should never leave their pet unattended in a vehicle, they should understand the problems posed by summer heat and that an affordable piece of new technology could save the life of […]

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WHAT PET OWNERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GLANDULAR DISEASES IN OLDER DOGS AND CATS

July 17, 2018

  by Liz Ammirato   As pets age, they become more susceptible to developing diseases caused by hormonal imbalances. Two endocrine disorders that owners of senior pets need to be aware of are Cushing’s disease and Hyperthyroidism. “The sooner a disease is diagnosed, the sooner it can be treated,” says Patra De Silva, President of […]

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Best dogs foods for Chihuahua Dogs

July 3, 2018

by Robert Walker   The Chihuahua dogs are one of the cutest dogs that most of the pet lovers will like to have these dogs in their house. There are several things you need to consider about the Chihuahua dogs. It is most important to feed your dogs with the best dog foods. This meal […]

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Common Pain Med for Dogs Found Ineffective

May 5, 2018

DENVER/May 2, 2018 – Morris Animal Foundation-funded researchers from the University of Georgia, have found that tramadol was ineffective in alleviating signs of pain associated with osteoarthritis in dogs. The research team published their results in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. “The data shows conclusively that tramadol is not an effective drug […]

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PETPACE REVOLUTIONIZES TREATMENT OF PET EPILEPSY

April 12, 2018

PetPace Bio-Response™ for Epilepsy helps pet owners, caregivers detect, track, possibly predict seizures BURLINGTON, Mass. — PetPace, the world leader in wearable technology for pets, today announced a new objective, innovative and automated program that allows pet owners, for the first time, to examine how pet biometric data changes in relation to seizure events. Addressing an acute […]

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Podcast-De-Flea With No Chemicals, Meds, Or Insecticides-here is how

April 8, 2018

The inventor of Hostguard, a flea detector and destroyer system using nothing but natural materials with no harmful chemicals, joins us. For both dog owners and cat owners. This system attracts the fleas and traps them where they die in their tracks unable to move, using no chemicals of any kind or anything residual.  Safe […]

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Caruso’s Story-Happy ending because of early detection

March 22, 2018

by Melody Joy Cary   Caruso’s Story: Why Early Intervention Matters In the veterinary world, a sadly common occurrence is owners bringing in their pets long after a problem develops. So long that there is little or nothing that can be done. This is one such story that outlines exactly why early intervention matters for our […]

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Cat Recovered From Scabies Has a Unique Look

February 25, 2018

Rouge was discovered with an advanced case of feline scabies which left her ears shrunken down and after she lost the hair on her head, it grew back white leaving Rouge with a unique look.   The Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA in Burlingame, California took in this two year old female as a stray […]

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Foods to Avoid if Your Dog Has Allergies

February 21, 2018

by Rosie Tran   Your dog has been itching and you don’t know what to do. A visit to the vet, the vet says its an allergy. It leaves you confused since you don’t know what could be the cause. It makes you sad to find out that 10% of dog allergies are categorised as […]

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5 Fun Facts About Your Dog’s Ears

February 20, 2018

    by Natalie Aylett | @EoseraInc   We all like to claim ourselves as dog lovers and we may know a lot about taking care of them and providing a loving environment, but how much do you know about their ears? So here are 5 fun facts you may have never known or even considered thinking about […]

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