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Living in the City with Dogs

Whole Dog Journal    April 2016 Issue Tips for living harmoniously with dogs and neighbors in apartments and condos. By Helene G. Goldberger, Esq, CPDT-KA, PMCT If I were to choose two words to summarize how to live harmoniously with…
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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Dogs and Cats

http://www.askariel.com/default.asp              “Davy was diagnosed with IBD and was pretty bloated with fluid retention. I went to two different veterinarians but Davy still was very lethargic and wouldn’t eat. As stronger medications such as prednisone…
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INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE

Feline and Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a condition that exists when white blood cells line the digestive tract and inhibit nutrient absorption causing severe weight loss and other symptoms common to intestinal disorders. Symptoms of Inflammatory Bowel Disease…
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WHATS NEW ON LOVINMYPUP.COM COMING SOON!!!!!!!

I HAVE DECIDED TO INCORPORATE ARTICLES ON YOUR FELINE FRIENDS AS WELL AS DOGS. YES, COMING ON NOVEMBER FIRST I WILL BE POSTING ARTICLES CONCERNING OWNING AND RAISING CATS AS WELL AS DOGS. MAKE SURE YOU CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THIS…
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Do Our Dogs Love Us Unconditionally?

http://shibashake.com/dog/ Many people say ~ Dogs love us unconditionally. However, others argue that dogs are not capable of love, much less unconditional love. What seems like love to us is only behavioral conditioning. Is this true? What does unconditional dog…
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Common Pet Emergencies

http://www.petmd.com/themes/petmd_v3/images_v3/logo-header.png Image: Brent Reeves / via Shutterstock Preparing for the Worst-Case Scenario By Alex Molldrem, DVM It can be quite frightening to see your pet suffering, especially if you are unsure the situation should be considered an emergency. When in…
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Human Medical Creams Cause Illness and Death in Pets

By Everyday Health Guest Experts                 By Julio López, DVM, DACVIM, Special to Everyday Health Published Apr 22, 2015 Who would have thought that kisses and cuddle sessions with your pets could make them…
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9 Mistakes Dog Owners Make at the Vet

Mistakes Owners Make at the Vet www.petmd.com/dog By Caitlin Ultimo As dog parents, visiting the vet is an important part of keeping our four-legged family members happy and healthy throughout their lives. We visit our vets, at a minimum, once…
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Dog Bloat: Causes, Signs, and Symptoms

http://www.whole-dog-journal.com/issues/8_1 Learn to recognize the signs of canine bloat—it can be deadly for far too many dogs. By Shannon Wilkinson [Updated Feb 19, 2016] Imagine seeing your dog exhibit some strange symptoms, rushing him to the vet within minutes, only…
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Have You Been Petting Your Dog Wrong Your Whole Life?

FOR DOG LOVERS | BY JACQUELINE BENNETT Petting a dog—it seems so simple, but you could be doing it all wrong. For many people, things go bad from the start; they unknowingly make a dog nervous or scare him away…
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5 Cleaning Products That Could Harm Your Dog

http://www.petmd.com/ By Elizabeth Xu Dogs fill your home with love—and muddy paw prints, smelly toys and globs of fur stuck to your floors and all your furniture. For the sake of your sanity, and general sanitary reasons, cleaning a home…
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How Homeless Dogs Are Helping Troubled Kids

http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/everyday-pets                                       Posted in: Pet Health By Everyday Health Guest Contributor Published Feb 1, 2016 From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…
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