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Why A Raw Food Really Works To Solve Your Pet’s Digestive Problems

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. The Humane Society of the U.S. estimates that up to 10,000 cats and dogs die each year from exposure to ethylene glycol containing antifreeze.[1] Ethylene glycol is the active ingredient in antifreeze. Unfortunately, many older cars tend to have leaky radiator hoses and this can cause a pool of antifreeze

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Canine Parvovirus AKA “Parvo” Things All Dog Owners Should Know Especially If You Have A New Puppy

By Dr. Cathy Alinovi, D.V.M. Parvovirus is an intestinal virus that attacks the cells that line the intestinal tract – all the way from the mouth to the rectum. The symptoms range from vomiting to diarrhea, which may include blood. Untreated it can even result in death. You may also have heard this virus referred

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4 Common Diseases That Promote Dog Obesity

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. We know that maintaining a healthy weight is one of the keys to us enjoying the best quality of life.  This fact is as true for us as it is for our pets.  However, when our pets are plagued by disease, it often makes it more difficult for us to

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Your Dog Is Fat (And You Don’t Even Know It)

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Last week we discussed the dangers of pet obesity, and ways that we as pet owners can reduce the risk of dog illness and disease by ensuring our pets maintain a healthy body weight.  Many of you responded by asking, “Well, how do I know if my dog is overweight?”

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