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Monthly Archives: October 2017
  • Choosing the Right Joint Supplement for Your Pet
    Could Joint Supplements Be Right For Your Pet?                 Arthritis and other joint problems are common in older pets.  In fact, an estimated 50-60% of dogs and cats over the age Read more
  • Do You Have to Give up Your Pet if You Have a Compromised Immune System?
    Should Immune-compromised People Avoid Pets?             Pets provide comfort and health benefits such as reduced blood pressure and reduced anxiety.  But, they may pose health risks to those who have compromised Read more
  • Anemia--When There's Not Enough Blood
    Causes of Anemia in Dogs and Cats                 Anemia, a decreased number of red blood cells in the body, is a fairly common problem in dogs and cats.  Why do we Read more
  • Canine and Feline Conjunctivitis
    Why is that Eye so Red?                 Cats and dogs can get conjunctivitis characterized by redness, swelling and discharge from the eye for multiple reasons.  The conjunctiva is the pink membrane Read more
  • Is Pumpkin Pie Spice Harmful to Your Pet?
    The Dangers of Pumpkin Spice                 Pumpkin spice is found in everything and I mean everything this time of year (pumpkin spice butter?  Pumpkin spice soda?—yeech!).  Confession, I don’t really like Read more


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