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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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A Little Known Household Essential You’re NOT Using (But Should Be)

By Amber Keiper I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Barbara Todd, founder of Lumino Wellness – a small, woman-owned business based inVancouver, Washington. Lumino Wellness creates natural health and beauty products for the whole family…everything from body care and natural supplements to home, garden, and pet care. One of the main ingredients in

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Protecting Your Dog And Pets Against Summer Fleas and Ticks

Published on June 26, 2012 by in Ticks

Summer is officially here and it brings with it many exciting activities – delicious backyard BBQs, swimming at your local pool, camping under the stars, and family vacation road trips – but one thing that summertime also brings (which isn’t very fun) is fleas and ticks. Fleas and ticks carry a multitude of diseases that

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Dog Hot Spots

Hot spots are commonly referred to as acute moist dermatitis because it frequently occurs during the warm months of the year. The lesions are inflamed and hot to the touch. This disease is most commonly seen in breeds of dogs that have very dense, heavy coats, and it may be related to poor ventilation of

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