Biggest mistakes ferret owners make – FERRET DIET.

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Here Dr. David Vella speaks about the biggest mistakes made by ferret owners. The biggest mistakes are normally related to the ferret diet (surprise, surprise). Here he touches on the subjects of an all meat ferret … Read More

Your Pet’s Gallbladder Health

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I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it! https://youtube.com/watch?v=zrulSN6WWzs%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata healthypets.mercola.com What do you think?

Feeding Senior Dogs

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As dogs age, their nutritional needs change. Conventional wisdom about feeding senior dogs calls for lower levels of protein and fat, with additional fiber and ingredients to support the joints. However, pet owners and veterinary nutritionists … Read More

Feeding Aging Rats

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As rats age, they may become either obese or thin. If your rat has a health problem, please consult your veterinarian about feeding and nutrition. However, if your rat is aging normally, you may be able … Read More

What's In Your Dog Food? Comparing Dog Food Labels

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When I recommend premium food to dog owners, they often ask, “Is it really worth the price?” Or, “How could it possibly be that much better than the grocery store brands?” The answer is: Yes, absolutely. … Read More

My New Foster Dog, Tory: Part Four

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In part three, a veterinarian diagnosed Tory with several health problems requiring surgical correction. Tory had surgery yesterday, and I’m pleased to report that he’s recovering well, although still pretty groggy and  achey. Now the real work … Read More

Does Your Pet Need a Tooth Cleaning?

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Veterinarians often recommend yearly tooth cleanings for dogs and cats, which require general anesthesia and often cost $200.00 or more. If your veterinarian has recommended dental work, you may be able to get the procedure performed … Read More

Are Table Scraps Always Bad?

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You’ve probably heard time and time again that table scraps should not be fed to pets, but how true is that old adage? Like most absolute statements, it’s not that simple. Some scraps could be lethal; … Read More

Ingredients to Avoid in Pet Food

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As you may know, I feed my dog a raw diet, and advocate whole prey model raw feeding for anyone who’s willing and able to make the switch to this more complex and natural method of feeding pets. … Read More

What Does It Mean When A Dog Won't Eat?

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Sometimes dogs refuse food. Failing to eat can be indicative of as little as a mild upset tummy, or of conditions as serious as bloat or organ failure. So, how do you tell the difference? When … Read More

Don't Shed on Me: Five Ways to Combat Excessive Shedding

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No matter how much you love your pet, chances are, you hate shedding. Unless you own a non-shedding breed like a Standard Poodle, there’s also a good chance shedding is a fact of life. However, sometimes … Read More

Craze for Sugar Gliders

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Almost as addicting as sugar, the adorable squirrel-like sugar gliders are hard to resist. Times Online says that sugar gliders are the latest animal craze in Britain, and why wouldn’t you want a small, flying marsupial … Read More

Are You a Power Pawrent®?

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Because my other job is with a social networking site, the term “Power User” has crept into my vocabulary. A Power User is an individual who doesn’t just use a particular website or application, but uses … Read More

Preventing Allergies in Dogs

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For dogs with allergies, exposure to even a small amount of a food or environmental allergen can mean days of itching miserably, sneezing, and even outbreaks of hives or skin sores. Some dogs who have allergies … Read More

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