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Obesity is the most common nutrition-related health condition in dogs. Between 25 to 40 percent of dogs are obese or...

By Michael Grant PA

 

Your pet needs dental care – regular, professional care from your veterinarian, as well as care at home from...

Source: Senior Pet Products Staff Writer

 

Dogs Get Cold Feet in Winter Too! It is upsetting and often perplexing when we see our pet experience signs of...

Source: www.animalhealthcare.ca

 

If you are thinking of putting your pet on a diet, you must consider the pet's overall lifestyle. The two most...

Source: www.animalhealthcare.ca

 

If your dog could talk, understanding his/her needs would be a lot easier. But since dogs cannot speak, they can't...

Source: Senior Pet Products Staff Writer

 

The nutritional requirements of aging pets have been the subject of much discussion in recent years, particularly...

Source: www.animalhealthcare.ca

 

There are a number of choices for treating pets with arthritis, as there is truly no one best treatment for every...

Source: Shawn Messonnier,<BR>DVM Holistic Veterinarian and Director of Paws & Claws Animal Hospital

 

Generally travelling with elderly cats and dogs are not significantly different than travelling with younger pets,...

By Dr. Richard T. (Bill) Goldston DVM

 

Seeing as we live in sunny Southern California this may sound like an odd article for me to be writing. But even...

Source: Leslie Gallagher McMahon

 

Dogs (actually all mammals) are designed to consume a range of different foods, and to obtain differing vitamins and...

Source: Dog Food Analysis


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