Holidays and Pet Health

The holidays are here and with them we may bring things into the home that might not be good for our pet’s health.   Many of us are familiar with an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  This is so true with your pets and it can save you heartache, your pet’s … Continue reading

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From VetSTREET: Should You Allow Your Dog in Your Bed?

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Natural Remedy for Dog Arthritis, and Joint Inflammation

As your pet gets older they often develop the typical signs of aging, just like you and I will.  Many of us typically rely on prescription medications that can actually do more harm than good.  Joint inflammation and arthritis can be addressed with a natural remedy turmeric, which contains Curcumin.  Curcumin studies show that it is a … Continue reading

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CrossTex Pet Oral Tooth Gel – Recommended by Veterinary Dentists

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Dangerous Foods that should not be given to Dogs!

There has been so much information here and there regarding this topic that you and your friends recall this or that from reading.  Generally this information is shared via a specific thing not to give your dog while ignoring other potential dangerous foods.  As a result reading an article that discusses one hazard does not … Continue reading

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ABC News reports on Sugar-free ingredient that can be Fatal to Pets

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Pet Periodontal Disease Causes Infection that Spread to the Bone

By age three, 80% of dogs show signs of oral disease. In cats, 70% have oral disease by the age of three.   In 2013 over 11 million dollars was spent on pet dental conditions.  Hopefully your alarm is sounding and you are concerned that you also will likely be spending money on your pet’s oral health. … Continue reading

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Regular Pet Dental Care Pays Off in Big Savings.

Well Dieter has had checkups and of course his annual check-up.  The veterinarian commented that his teeth are amazing.  No need to have his teeth cleaned at all with all the regular brushing.  I feel so great about this that it is even more incentive to continue with regular brushing.  No anesthesia, no costly cleaning, … Continue reading

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Oral Care and your Dog – teeth brushing

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Dog Breath and Oral hygiene and Pet Teeth Cleaning

We often take very good care of our special friends.  We may spend hundreds of dollars grooming them and yet our friends need good oral care.  For years I faithfully brushed my little guy’s teeth but only on a weekly basis.  In addition I saw to it that he was taken to the Veterinarian for … Continue reading

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