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Archive for December, 2013

Top 10 New Years Pet Resolutions

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 As 2014 approaches, New Years Resolutions abound…But what about your pets? Fear not I say. Here are my top 10 New Years resolutions that you can make for your dogs and cats. 10. Weekly at home pet health exams. This is the year to learn HOW to examine your dog/cat properly at home, and then do it. In the blog… [Read more]

New Diabetes Causes and Treatments

Monday, December 30th, 2013 Diabetes is increasing in frequency in dogs, cats and people, but there are some new remedies on the horizon. The potential cause for increased incidence of diabetes A new study shows that high fructose corn syrup consumption rates go hand in hand with higher prevalence of Type 2 diabetes. Researchers discovered that Type 2 diabetes rates are 20 percent higher… [Read more]

Your Pet’s Food Has Sugar: 10 Serious Health Consequences

Friday, December 27th, 2013 Some scientists, and government regulators are proposing regulations such as taxing all foods and drinks that include added sugar, banning sales in or near schools and placing age limits on purchases. ———————————– Sugar in Dog And Cat Food ———————————– Over the past five years, sugar has increasingly been added to some popular brands of dog and cat treats to make… [Read more]

Use This Remedy For Garbage Gut in Dogs

Thursday, December 26th, 2013 Sudden vomiting, diarrhea is commonly known as ‘garbage gut’ on the veterinary world. It typically occurs when your dog eats something that he shouldn’t be eating. It irritates his stomach, and intestinal tract causing the vomiting/diarrhea. Some of the common causes: garbage, compost, fatty food, spoiled food. Other less common causes include toxic plants, poisons, anti-inflammatory drugs and the varied… [Read more]

Painful Dog: Can You Give Aspirin?

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013 Currently we are dog sitting one of our neighbor’s dogs who has severe arthritis. She is on an arthritis supplement, but after exercise, or after lying outside in the snow she is especially stiff. Many pet owners have asked whether or not it is safe to use Aspirin in Dogs: Yes, but with caution. 1. Dogs are relatively sensitive to… [Read more]

Vaccine Risks: Should You Still Get Them?

Monday, December 23rd, 2013 ———————————————— Updated Vaccine Guidelines ———————————————— Dog vaccinations: Should your dog have them?… What are the RISKS? What can you give INSTEAD of Vaccines? The conventional approach in the past was to get annual ‘booster shots’, in the belief that vaccines only provided immunity for approximately one year, and that revaccination was required in order to boost or maintain a dog’s… [Read more]

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