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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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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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Pets and Babies: How To Prepare Your Pet For The New Member Of The Family

For many couples, their dog or cat is the first ‘baby’ in the family. Then one day a human baby arrives on the scene, and the family dynamic changes. This is often not a happy state of affairs for the furry, four-legged kid in the household. In order to help your dog or cat make

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Dog Breeding Practices That Echo Lasting Negative Effects

Published on June 1, 2012 by in Pet Safety

We have all seen the heart-breaking pictures online and on TV of suffering dogs being rescued from criminal living situations and ask “who could do such a thing!?” But there is a much more common version of this happening all around us. Though the damage is more subtle, it has a similar lasting impact. Because

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