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Are Eggs Good For Dogs?

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. May is National Egg Month (remember the “incredible edible egg”?) so it seems to be the perfect time to highlight the benefits of raw eggs for dogs.  Pet owners new to feeding dogs raw meat based diets will often ask about whether raw eggs are good for dogs too.  The

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Dental Health Tips For Puppies

By Monica Reyes As a new puppy owner, you know that training, proper feeding, love, and attention are all on the top of your daily to-do list. Having a new pup is exciting and will keep you busy, so it’s easy to forget good dental habits for your puppy. This article will provide a good

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Dental Health Tips for Senior Dogs

By Robert Mueller It has been reported that dogs that get routine dental care live an average of two years longer than those that don’t. In a previous blog post, I reported earlier about the connection between oral health and heart disease in dogs. Health issues can worsen to the point of impacting the dog’s

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The Pros and Cons of Dental Cleaning

By Dr. Cathy Alinovi Imagine for a moment you never went to the dentist…or brushed your teeth…for 5 years! No matter how good your diet, there’s going to be plaque and tartar. What makes plaque form? Bacteria – in our mouths. So, we humans get our teeth cleaned every 6 months. Now let’s consider our

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