Understanding Cherry Eye/The Third Eyelid

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Understanding Cherry Eye/The Third Eyelid By Audrey Frederick Humans, dogs and cats have a lot of features in common. We share many of the same reactions to stress and pain, but there is one thing that … Read More

Horse Dental Health – An Interview With a Horse Dental Specialist

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Horse Dental Health – An Interview With a Horse Dental Specialist By Ronnie Kellner My Quarter horse, Chelsea, was losing weight. I increased her grains but she still continued losing. She had no symptoms of disease … Read More

Tooth Brushing Tricks For Your Dog

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Tooth Brushing Tricks For Your Dog By Sandy Schneider Knowing the tricks of getting your fur pal to enjoy brushing makes it easy, fun, and quick! Here are some proven steps to ensure a pooch with … Read More

First Dog Vet Visits: How To Avoid A Nightmare

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First Dog Vet Visits: How To Avoid A Nightmare By Kelly Marshall Taking your dog or puppy to the vet doesn’t have to be traumatic provided that it is handled and managed well right from the … Read More

What Is That? It's A Ferret

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What Is That? It’s A Ferret By Jim Worthington Ferrets can be extremely lovable pets. They just have that adorable face that makes you smile. Ferrets are so lovable, people of the world have been making … Read More

Caring For Your Cat's Ears- Do You Know What To Do?

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Caring For Your Cat’s Ears- Do You Know What To Do? By Jean Morgan When you are a loving cat owner, you know that your cat is solely dependent upon you for her care. Part of … Read More

The Itchy Dog: is it an Allergy?

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The Itchy Dog: is it an Allergy? By David Brooks Scratching is a very common symptom in dogs, and you as an owner should aim to nip it in the bud early before self trauma causes … Read More

Health Care for Older Dogs

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Health Care for Older Dogs By Valerie Goettsch Dogs are wonderful, loyal companions and an integral part of our families. Time flies, though, and in a few short years we start seeing changes in our faithful … Read More

Pet Health – Recommended Pet Vaccination Schedule

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Pet Health – Recommended Pet Vaccination Schedule By Bob Anderson Vaccinations are important, even for indoor pets. Some diseases are airborne or can be acquired by contact with fecal matter that might be brought into your … Read More

Winter Safety Tips for Pets and Wildlife

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Winter Safety Tips for Pets and Wildlife By Denice Moffat Make Drinking Water Available: The temperature is dropping here where we are. I’ve noticed all the water places I have lovingly placed in the yard for … Read More

Common Mistakes That Can Kill Your Fish

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Common Mistakes That Can Kill Your Fish By William Berg Every year thousands and thousands of people try their luck with tropical fish but only a small part of them still keep tropical fish one year … Read More

Avoiding Equine Emergencies in the Pasture

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Avoiding Equine Emergencies in the Pasture By Ann Marie Henry For as long as people have made horses a part of their lives, there have been horse related emergencies. Those who don’t know much about horses … Read More

Before You Declaw: A Cautionary Tale

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Before You Declaw: A Cautionary Tale By Lisa Koosis I could go into the moral arguments against declawing. I could tell you that declawing is inhumane. That we, as humans, do not have the right to … Read More

Exercising With Your Dog

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Exercising With Your Dog By Ashish Jain One of the greatest benefits of having pet dog is that it makes you exercise even when you have no such intention. Even if you do the least with … Read More

Help Your Dog Live Longer In Five Easy Steps

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Help Your Dog Live Longer In Five Easy Steps By Jan Rasmusen Wish your sweet dog could live forever? Well, forever might be a stretch, but you can often add years to a dog’s life just … Read More

Various Benefits of Pet Massage

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Various Benefits of Pet Massage By R. G. Kirk When done properly, massage relaxes hypertonic (tight) muscles, provides a feeling of emotional comfort, and improves blood circulation. Having adequate blood circulation is essential, because it is … Read More

Why Obesity In Your Pet Is Just As Dangerous As It Is For You

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Why Obesity In Your Pet Is Just As Dangerous As It Is For You By Gregg Hall The issue of human obesity is the focus of many people thanks to all of the media campaigns and … Read More

Eukanuba BREEDSmart Examines Energy Sources in Cat Nutrition

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Periodic Newsletter from The IAMS Company: From: “Eukanuba Cat” To: hart (at) petlvr.com Subject: Energy Sources in Cat Nutrition From The Expert: Energy Sources for Your Cat & What They Mean Brought to You by Nicole, … Read More

Pet Music Can Soothe the Savage Human

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Pet Music Can Soothe the Savage Human By Janice Biniok A number of music producers caught a ride on the wave of new and innovative pet products that emerged in the late 1990s when they created … Read More

Physiotherapy for Arthritic Pets

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Physiotherapy for Arthritic Pets By David Brooks There have been great advances in the medical management of arthritis in pets but only recently has the veterinary world embraced the multitude of theories and complimentary therapies widely … Read More

Are You Allergic to a Man's Best Friend?

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Are You Allergic to a Man’s Best Friend? By Charles Welf If you happen to have a dog allergy, the situation can be emotionally and physically difficult to cope with because the dilemma to keep or … Read More

Treating Arthritis In Dogs

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Treating Arthritis In Dogs By Suellen A. Cazarez The canine is a marvelous creature and just like humans it is made up of bones, ligaments, and cartilage which must protect internal organs and hold four legs … Read More

Stop Scratching!!

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Stop Scratching!! By Sherry Massey Dogs and cats, like humans, can suffer from allergies. If your pet itches and scratches, bites and licks a lot, this may be a sure sign of a common disease known … Read More

Horse Blankets – Keep Your Horse Or Pony Warm During The Chilly Months

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Horse Blankets – Keep Your Horse Or Pony Warm During The Chilly Months By Adrian Whittle As winter approaches, the drop in temperatures, especially at night, becomes more noticeable. You start turning the heating on. At … Read More

Dog Diseases: A Quick Guide To Fight The Early Symptoms

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Dog Diseases: A Quick Guide To Fight The Early Symptoms By Joann Grant Like all the domestic animals, dogs are susceptible to many diseases. So in order to keep them healthy, it is necessary to understand … Read More

Is Your Pet Overweight?

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Is Your Pet Overweight? By David Brooks Humans are not the only species to be suffering an obesity epidemic in certain parts of the world. Our pampered pets are also getting fat, with some estimates putting … Read More

Winter wonderland tips for your senior dog

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Periodic Newsletter from The IAMS Company: From: “Iams Dog” To: hart (at) petlvr.com Subject: Iams® e-news: Winter wonderland tips for your senior dog MAIN STORY – Give Your Dog The Cure For The Common Cold (Read … Read More

Lick Granuloma Skin Lesions, Treatments and Management In Dogs

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Acral Lick Granuloma… A Dermatology Nightmare ac·ral adj. Of, relating to, or affecting peripheral parts, such as limbs, fingers, or ears The photos below are classic examples of an Acral Lick Granuloma (Lick Granuloma). Click on … Read More

Eukanuba BREEDSmart Experts Look at Cat's Territory Vs. Yours

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Periodic Newsletter from The IAMS Company: From: “Eukanuba Cat” To: hart (at) petlvr.com Subject: Making Sense of Ingredients // A Cat’s Territory Vs. Yours Making Sense of Ingredients Brought to You by Melody, Breed Expert You … Read More

Veterinarians now have an additional tool available to aid in the prevention of periodontitis in their canine patients

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Veterinarians now have an additional tool available to aid in the prevention of periodontitis in their canine patients. Pfizer Animal Health launched today a Porphyromonas vaccine that gives practitioners one more opportunity to optimize their patients’ … Read More

Giving Your Pets Pills

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Giving Your Pets Pills By V Brown For many pet owners when it comes time to give your animals medication, whether it be a monthly worming tablet or other pill recommended by a vet, just the … Read More

Dogs, Cats and Treatment for Diabetes Mellitus

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DIABETES MELLITUS IN DOGS AND CATS Diabetes in the dog and cat and the treatment for diabetes mellitus are interesting and challenging topics. Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a disorder where the body is unable to regulate … Read More

Labour and Delivery in Queens

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Labour and Delivery in Queens By Cerianwen Ball A normal pregnancy will take around 9 weeks before labour, this is the time you should be making preparations for labour and giving your Queen a little extra … Read More

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