Posts Tagged “dogs”

Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

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Symptoms of Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

by Robert Hudson   Diabetes mellitus occurs when your dog or cat has stopped producing insulin, has inadequate levels of insulin, or has an abnormal response to insulin.   While there is no cure, the disease needs to be managed and when done properly your dog or cat will live an otherwise normal life.  …

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Canine Cancer Awareness: Do You Know the Red Flags?

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Canine Cancer Awareness: Do You Know the Red Flags?

by Jessie Miller   If you’re like us, your pets become a part of the family, often sleeping in bed, lounging on the couch, and going on road trips with us. When we get home from work they are the first thing that greets us with a warm welcome home, and they lick us or cuddle…

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Should My Dog Be Allowed to Sleep With Me?

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Should My Dog Be Allowed to Sleep With Me?

Buster Boy has been sleeping with me in bed since he was a puppy but not always happily! Sometimes I end up annoying him from petting and loving  on him while he is trying to sleep and he ends up moving to the floor.   The internet is full of arguments on both sides, and…

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Podcast: How to Find a Pet Sitter and Avoid the Sitter From Hell During the Holidays

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Podcast: How to Find a Pet Sitter and Avoid the Sitter From Hell During the Holidays

JoJo Pastors discusses how to find a pet sitter during the holidays. Learn the DOs and DON’Ts, what to look for and recognize red flags. The Christmas holidays are the busiest time of the year for pet sitters and they book up fast. Our dogs, cats, and critters are too important as members of our…

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Stem Cell Treatment for Canine Atopic Dermatitis

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Stem Cell Treatment for Canine Atopic Dermatitis

VetCell Therapeutics and Western University Seek Allogeneic Stem Cell Treatment for Canine Atopic Dermatitis The two parties will collaboratively study the efficacy and safety of treating canine atopic dermatitis with allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells   SANTA ANA, Calif., November 8, 2017 ­ VetCell Therapeutics, a pet-focused cell therapy division of PrimeGen Biotech, announced today that…

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Podcast: Striker in Chains

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Podcast: Striker in Chains

Discovered by a crew from Digital Air Strike, Striker is a pit bull mix dog found undernourished and chained to a tree in Detriot with no shelter, food, or water. Listen to the story of someone who by chance encountered this poor dog and chose not to just keep walking, but to arrange help.  Would…

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Podcast-Cool Gadget: The Squish & Scrub

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Podcast-Cool Gadget: The Squish & Scrub

Bobby Johnson invented a tool that makes bathing your dog a breeze. He has taken this to the Crowdfunding stage and is now shipping his first products. He will tell us all about his invention, and the story of how it all came to be. http://petradioshow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/squishscrubinterview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Email…

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What are Super Foods For Dogs?

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What are Super Foods For Dogs?

Super foods deliver the maximum amount of nutrients with minimum calories.   Kale leafy vegetable that contains an abundant amount of vitamins, including A, E, and C. It is a good source of antioxidants and helps the liver detoxify the body. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. Buy Dogs Love Kale treats Carrots A great dog…

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5 Things You Should Know About the Pug Life

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5 Things You Should Know About the Pug Life

Before you bring a pug into your life there are a few things you may want to know about them first:   A pack of pugs is called a Grumble.   Their wrinkly faces need to be cleaned regularly –  those wrinkly faces are their trademark, and need a bit of care.  The wrinkles need…

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Why Does A Dog Sticks Its Head Out The Car Window?

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Why Does A Dog Sticks Its Head Out The Car Window?

by Pete Decker   When you are a pet parent, it is important that you know the activities that are safe for your dog and the ones that are not, the things that your pet loves and those that it dislikes. Most dogs love sticking their heads out of the window when you take them in…

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