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Your Pet’s Stool Is The Barometer Of Their Health

Your Pet’s Stool Is The Barometer Of Their Health By Evan Price There are many ways that pet parents can determine if their pet is healthy. Some may observe that their dog looks toned, with no flab around the midsection, and just the right amount of rib showing. Others will note the energy level of

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Constipation On A Raw Diet: A Stop And Go Solution

When it comes to digestive upset, there are three basic symptoms that trigger a pet owner’s frantic phone call to my office: diarrhea, vomiting, or constipation. Many new BARFers expect that every bowel movement that their pet has will be of perfect consistency, volume, odor, and regularity… but much like human anatomy, this is not

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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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7 Steps To Successfully Enjoy Traveling With Your Dog

By Al Skender Thanks to a surge in the number of pet-friendly hotels and airlines with pet-friendly policies and improved pet immigration guidelines to facilitate international travel, more people than ever are taking their dogs overseas with them. You still need to do your homework though, if you are planning to travel with your dog.

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