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Palliative and Hospice Care Can Mean a Better Ending

Palliative and Hospice Care Can Mean a Better Ending By Maureen Blaney Flietner Years ago, I brought my dog to see a specialist. He told me that tests showed it was cancer, with little to be done. I burst into tears. The man handed me a box of tissues and left, and I took my dog home. [...]

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A Vet's tips for aging Pets

Age is not a disease and don't assume pain or loss of energy is normal just because your dog is old.  As your pet gets older, keep an eye on the following: Teeth:  For dogs 9 to 10 years old is the time to get teeth in order, because tooth decay becomes more severe and anesthesia [...]

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Is Your Pet at Risk for an Iron Disorder?

Is Your Pet at Risk for an Iron Disorder? By Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc Iron plays a vital role in a large number of metabolic pathways in almost every living organism, and in animals either too much or too little iron can have dire consequences. Because iron regulation is such an important topic, it was reviewed in the [...]

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Helping Your Itchy Pet

Helping Your Itchy Pet By Karen Todd-Jenkins, VMD Itching can make pets absolutely miserable, but it is actually a sign of an underlying problem. For example, if the pet has an allergy, exposure to the allergen causes a series of events to happen within the animal’s body. Part of this series causes certain cells in the pet’s [...]

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The Golden Years

The Golden Years The most common problem in aging pets is arthritis; like people, their joints age and begin to ache.  This causes them to be less active.  At the same time, pet’s digestive tracts may become less efficient and absorb fewer nutrients.  If pets continue to eat the same food they did when they were [...]

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Canine Obesity: What you need to Know

Canine Obesity: What You Need to Know By Kirk McKay Canine Obesity Obesity (the storage of excess fat) is usually caused by excessive food intake and insufficient exercise. Estimates show that 40% to 50% of dogs are overweight and 25% of dogs are obese. Dogs can develop many obesity-related health problems. By examining your dog, veterinarians determine whether he or she [...]

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How to Control your Dog's Shedding

Animals shed to get rid of old, damaged, or extra hair. They normally grow a heavy coat in the winter to help insulate themselves and then shed the extra hair in the summer. However, dogs will also shed broken or damaged hair, and if their skin is irritated from conditions such as allergies, they will [...]

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How To Get Great Photos of Pets

The first thing to do is pick a day when there hasn't been a lot going on. A relaxed pet takes better pictures and is usually easier to control. Gather all your supplies in one spot, if you stay put your pet stays put. Now decide on a good backdrop and put your pet in [...]

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Why Does My Dog Bark

Barking 101Our dogs bark as a natural part of their communication system.  It’s appropriate for them to alert us when strangers approach our homes or when they hear an odd noise.  But dogs can also bark inappropriately and excessive barking can be disruptive to your household or neighbors.If we want to control barking, we need [...]

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