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BREAKING THE CYCLE

By Evan Price As we turn the corner on Winter and stride into Spring, many things happen. The snow begins to melt (unless your name is Rob Mueller…the snow never seems to melt in Iola WI), the trees begin to bloom, and allergies begin to flare up. Right around this time of year, my nose

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Hip Dysplasia: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment And Prevention

by Robert Mueller I have a friend that has recently come to me with an ailing 9-year-old yellow Labrador retriever that has hip dysplasia. I have tried to convince him for years to make the switch to the BARF diet but he was convinced that Purina was a better choice for his dog. Now that

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Arthritis Can Be a Real Pain

By Robert Mueller Many times dogs are affected by canine arthritis (osteoarthritis) which is caused by the degradation of the cartilage within a joint. The cartilage functions as a buffer between the bones – once the cartilage breaks down, it reduces the function of the joint and creates pain and/or stiffness. While minimal breakdown of

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An Unhappy Mess That May Be Easy To Avoid

By Robert Mueller Vomiting and diarrhea – Cleaning up after our pets is NEVER fun for anyone. Something has caused your poor pooch to be sick whether from a one time occurrence like getting into the garbage or from years something in their diet slowly wearing down their tolerance. Either way, you are stuck scrubbing

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