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Keeping Your Pet Safe in a Disaster

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Keeping Your Pet Safe in a Disaster

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Feeding Your Senior Dog

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Older dogs tend to put on weight as their metabolism slows and creakiness sets in. But excess weight puts added pressure on sore joints and backs, says Dr. Wynn. Forgo weight-reducing or senior diets, which may not have enough high-quality meat ingredients. Instead, give your dog slightly smaller servings of a high-quality food. Supplement & Read more �

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Nutrition for Small-sized Dogs

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Despite their smaller stature, small-sized dogs are often the first to speak and the last to back down. They tend to rely on their wit and clever nature to make up for their small physical state.

Small Dogs Aren't Just "Smaller"

As you might expect, small dogs differ from larger dog breeds in more ways than reduced size.

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Diabetes and Your Pet: What You Should Know

Diabetes is a disorder in which the body produces little or no insulin, or cannot use the insulin it does produce properly. Insulin is a hormone that helps regulate blood sugar. It is somewhat common in pets, occurring in one in 500 dogs and cats.

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Senior Foods for Dogs

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As your dog ages he may benefit from a senior diet. While not much is known about the nutrition of older dogs, we know:

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How Life Stage Dog Foods Differ

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When shopping for dog food, it is common to buy by the brand. Beyond the brand of the food, you should take into consideration the life stage of your dog. Life stages refer to the various developmental stages of a pet's life. For dogs it means puppy, adult, senior and for some dogs, a lower calorie diet for inactive & Read more �

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Choosing the right food for your dog

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Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into the following categories.

Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into & Read more �

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Supplements for Cats and Their Benefits

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There are times when your cat's diet may need an extra boost from vitamins and supplements.

Supplements are available to address a number of health needs including:

Skin & Coat -- if you've ruled out fleas as a cause of your cat's excessive itching, the most likely culprit is dry skin. A supplement rich in essential fatty acids will help & Read more �

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Basic nutrients every pet needs

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Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

These are the basic nutrients every pet needs

Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

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How Often Should You Take Your Cat To The Vet?

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Think about the regular care we receive throughout our life time from pediatricians, dentists, physicians, allergists, ophthalmologists, and so on. Why settle for anything less for your Pet? Now think about the fact that Pets age an average of seven years for every one of ours--and it's clear why regular care is so critical.

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