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Canine Pancreatitis: What You Should Know

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Pancreatitis is an inflammatory disease of the pancreas and tends to occur in neutered, middle-aged overweight dogs. Miniature Schnauzers and Terriers seem to be especially prone to the disease. Most veterinarians will agree that canine pancreatitis is difficult to diagnose because the exact cause is not well understood. Symptoms vary depending on severity and can point to other conditions. Specific & Read more �
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Keep ''people food'' off your pet's holiday menu

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Keep your pet safe and healthy this holiday season by saying "no" to the following holiday foods:

Keep your pet safe and healthy this holiday season by saying "no" to the following holiday foods:

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Establish Yourself as Your Dog's Leader

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There is a lot of talk about being your dog's "pack leader." It's true that dogs need leaders. The best way to become a leader is to establish routines and rules with outcomes that are predictable for your dog.  Whether your dog is too pushy and needs to be reminded who is in charge or whether your dog is nervous & Read more �

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Consider Breed, Gender When Adding New Dogs to Your Pack

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Bringing home a new baby can create anxiety for an older sibling. Similarly, introducing a new dog to your existing pack will likely cause upheaval and stress for pets and Pet Parents alike. While we may hope the new family member will be greeted with happy tail wags, the reality is that animals need to re-establish territory and pack order when a new & Read more �

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Boarding Your Pet? Preparation is Key

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Planning a family vacation, but can't take your four-legged family members along? Boarding is a safe, dependable option. If you choose to board your pet while you’re away, these tips can help make the boarding experience a great one for everyone, including you.

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Doggone myths: are mixed breeds healthier than purebreds?

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Does hybrid vigor, the notion that dogs which are less related have increased fertility and health, really exist? Sure. It just doesn’t occur quite as often as people think because it is more than a matter of not mating the same breed. People assume that as long as the female and stud are different breeds, the offspring will be healthy, but & Read more �

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Are Ear Mites Bugging Your Pet? Know the Signs

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Ear mites are microscopic parasites that live in the ear canals of infected dogs and cats. These mites are highly contagious and can be found in whole litters of kittens or, less frequently, in puppies. Adult pets can also be infected.

Signs of ear mites include:

·         A dark, crusty material is usually found in the ear canal of & Read more �

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Did You Know ... Pets Can Help Seniors Live Longer?

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Pets are fun to snuggle, pet, walk and play fetch with, but did you know that pets also have been proven to help us live healthier, even longer lives?  It’s true!  And pets especially help extend the life, health and happiness of seniors.  Activities such as walking, feeding, grooming and playing with a pet – improve the wellbeing of seniors.  & Read more �

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Tattooing: another way to keep your dog safe

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Developed by the founders of the National Dog Registry, tattooing is a simple, affordable means of permanently identifying your dog. It is painless to a dog because as dog’s skin structure is so different from a human’s that the tattoo marker doesn’t need to be inserted very deeply into the dog’s epidermis, or outer skin layer. The best & Read more �

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How to Change Your Pet's Diet

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If you have decided to change your pet's diet, feed your pet a combination of the new and old food over a 10-day period to get them used to the new texture and smell. Abrupt changes to a pet's diet can trigger diarrhea and other intestinal upsets, especially if your pet has a sensitive stomach, so be deliberate and & Read more �

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