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THE HOPES AND HAZARDS OF RAW PET FOOD

By:  Dr. Richard Patton Bacteria must be measured on a qualitative and quantitative level. People charged with overseeing the safety of our food supply have a crucial role in society that is not properly appreciated.  In a westernized community, food borne illness is so rare that citizens take food safety for granted.  In the United

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No Bones About It!

By:  Robert Mueller Feeding our companions the table scraps could ruin their holidays. Thanksgiving is just about a week away and during the entire holiday period statistics show that most people will gain an additional five to ten pounds!  It’s not difficult when you think about it… with all the parties to attend, the delicious

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Ticked Off About Ticks? Here’s A Safe And Natural Solution For You

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Tick feeding on a pet No doubt about it.  Summer is officially here bringing all the wonderful activities… like delicious backyard BBQs, swimming at your local pool, camping under the stars, and family vacation road trips.  But along with all the fun stuff, summertime also brings some very unwelcome guests-

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Cancer In Pets – Is it Preventable?

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Cancer is on the rise in pets today The rate of humans contracting cancer is ever increasing and unfortunately this trend is as prevalent in veterinary clinics as it is in medical facilities across the United States. It has been reported that cancer is a major killer in our pet

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