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Doctor, My Dog Is Scratching Himself Raw

By: Dr. Amy Hayek & Dr. Bill Ormston,       Does this sound familiar?  Veterinarians and their staff hear this comment all too often, especially in the spring and fall of the year. Dogs that are scratching raw spots, or that have excess dander and oil during these times are actually more sensitive all

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IT WAS JUST A MATTER OF TIME AND TOO MANY DOGS DEATHS!

By: Robert Mueller Grains for dog food transported and stored by the truck-load. Unfortunately, I was not surprised last week when I heard of the numerous dog deaths and problems and potential lawsuits related to a well-known dry dog food.  It is always only a matter of time before these things occur due to the

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What’s Really Causing Those Hot Spots and Itchy Skin?

The paws are usually the first to go… By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Recently one of our customers asked me:  “Rob, can you just tell me what’s causing my dog to itch and scratch so much…why the hot spots and what can I do to stop it?  I can’t bear to watch it anymore…it really

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Important Facts You Need To Know About Chronic Ear Infections In Dogs

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. How Do They Start and Why Do They Reoccur? A dog’s chronic ear infection usually results from an overgrowth of bacteria or yeast in the external, middle, or inner ear.  When the ear becomes inflamed it triggers the production of normal bacteria and yeast resulting in an overgrowth that the

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