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Processed Food For Pets

By Dr. Cathy Alinovi DVM There are four reasons people feed their pets: to satisfy hunger, to provide nutrition, for convenience, and for personal satisfaction. Given our busy society and the rapid pace of each of our lives, convenience is often the reason that most pet owners purchase the foods they do. Mistakenly, the assumption

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An Inconsistency In The Practice of Veterinary Medicine (at least in the United States)

By Dr. Cathy Alinovi DVM When most people go to the veterinarian it is assumed the veterinarian is trained in the skills that are needed. Graduation from a veterinary curriculum means “trained and ready to serve your pets.” Any veterinarian can provide any service. There are specialty services that may require additional training – like orthopedic

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Proper Handling of Raw Meat – A Quick Safety Reminder

By: Robert Mueller, Just like food for yourself, our pet’s food should be exposed to room temperature for as little time as possible. One issue that manufacturers of kibble and canned pet foods often raise in an attempt to discredit raw meat diets, is the safety factor of handling raw meat and feeding it to

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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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