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Bubble, Bubble…Toilet Trouble

 by Evan Price Now that Halloween has been placed squarely in the rear view mirror, we all start to look forward to the next major holiday. Thoughts of sugar-filled sweets are replaced by thoughts of turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing. This also happens to be the time when we most often see pets with digestive

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Dental Health Tips For Puppies

By Monica Reyes As a new puppy owner, you know that training, proper feeding, love, and attention are all on the top of your daily to-do list. Having a new pup is exciting and will keep you busy, so it’s easy to forget good dental habits for your puppy. This article will provide a good

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Pet Car Travel: The Dangers of Letting Your Dog Put His Head Out the Window

By Trips With Pets For most dogs, the most pleasurable part of riding in the car is feeling the cool breeze in their little faces as they put their head out the window. Despite how good and invigorating this feels, it’s very dangerous. Back in the “old” days, automobiles did not have windshields and their

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“What could be causing my dog’s sudden upset tummy symptoms (diarrhea)? He’s normally so healthy and eats a good diet.”

We are happy to introduce you to Dr. Cathy Alinovi, who graciously accepted our invitation to write for us today. Even dogs on the best food can have tummy upset from time to time. So, let’s go through the list of questions that help get to the bottomline: How old is your dog? A pup

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