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Pet Dangers Lurking In Your Own Backyard

By Monica Reyes My dog, Mookie gets excited when I let her into the backyard; she even sits at the back door, waiting for us to let her run free. Not because she particularly likes the outdoors, but because her “brother” Phillip (a large tabby cat) is out there, waiting for her to come out

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TO FAST OR NOT TO FAST YOUR DOG – THAT IS THE QUESTION

Published on July 25, 2013 by in BARF, Health

By Robert Mueller The question of whether or not to fast your dog is a controversial topic. Fasting is primarily an act of willing abstention from food, drink, or both, for a period of time. However, it is not necessarily appropriate for all situations. There are times when it is considered appropriate, and there are

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Environmental Allergies And Stress

By Rob Mueller It is apparent that certain times of the year create more stressful periods for people and pets. At this time, those who are affected by pollen, molds, pesticides, and other stressors are having a tough time. In the case of our stress-affected pets, it becomes an even more serious issue. At this

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Father’s Best Friend

Going to the dentist was never something I was super excited to do when I was young. Maybe that is because my father was my dentist, and I would get grounded if I had cavities. I wasn’t concerned about the discomfort I might feel, or the sound of the drill…I just didn’t want to get

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