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Onion Toxicity in Dogs and Cats

https://www.thespruce.com/ BY JANET TOBIASSEN CROSBY, DVM     Updated 02/26/17 Onions. Getty – PhotoAlto Agency RF Collections/Laurence Mouton   Not all of the toxic foods are ‘icky,’ raisins and grapes, yeast dough, and as many people know, chocolate, all pose a risk to…
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Top Dog Breeds For The Busy Family

Adding a dog to your family can bring unity to a bustling, busy household, but you’ll want to make sure to pick the right breed. An adaptable, laid back pup that’s willing to learn from each family member can ensure…
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How To Comfort A Dying Dog

Although it is a natural part of life, it is never easy saying goodbye to your beloved canine companion. During this stage of life, you will want to make your dog as comfortable as possible to make the transition easier…
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When it Comes to Pets, Life and Death Decisions Are Never Easy

Jun 11, 2014 When it Comes to Pets, Life and Death Decisions Are Never Easy by Dr. Joanne Intile To describe animals as essential family members is somewhat of an understatement. Most of the pets I see are considered “children”…
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Before You See a Cancer Specialist, Have Records in Hand by Dr. Joanne Intile

Apr 29, 2014 Before You See a Cancer Specialist, Have Records in Hand by Dr. Joanne Intile As a veterinary specialist, I rely on a steady stream of referrals to keep my schedule full and maintain an active caseload. Sometimes…
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Is a Cancer Specialist Necessary for Your Pet?

Mar 25, 2014 Is a Cancer Specialist Necessary for Your Pet? by Dr. Joanne Intile The common cancers we see in companion animals (e.g., lymphoma and mast cell tumors) are what I affectionately refer to as the “bread and butter”…
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7 Ways to Help Your Pet Fight Cancer

Image: Africa Studio / via Shutterstock Help Your Pet Fight Cancer By David F. Kramer It’s estimated that six million dogs and six million cats, as well as more than 12 million of their human friends, will be diagnosed with…
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Top 10 Signs of Cancer in Pets

Image: Monkey Business Images / via Shutterstock Cancer is the #1 Disease-Related Killer of Pets Many people do not realize that cancer is not just a human condition; it affects our pets as well. In fact, cancer is the number…
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Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

Arthritis is a very common disorder that occurs in pets, but is also a disorder that can be prevented and effectively managed to minimize the pain and suffering usually associated with this condition.  As a pet owner, you should be…
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Cat Video: A Kitty Enjoying a Catnip Plant

Posted on February 12, 2018 by Cat Faeries Kitty enjoying a potted catnip plant so much that the chirping birds are completely ignored! We love that the cat is in a harness on a patio, safe from cars and icky people! COMMENTS FROM…
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5 Natural Remedies To Soothe Your Dog’s Cough Or Cold

The common cold isn’t just for people: dogs can get colds too. If your dog is coughing and sniffling, you should of course take them to the vet to rule out more serious illnesses. But for a mild cough or…
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Cat Video: CATtoos (a tattoo of a cat or cats) – #2

http://www.catfaeries.com/index.html          CHECK OUT THESE COOL  CAT TATOOS!     We found two great videos of CATtoos (a tattoo of a cat or cats) that we couldn’t select just one of them. Here’s the first one. Posted…
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Why do dogs eat poop?

http://www.onlynaturalpet.com/holistic-healthcare-library/behavioral-emotional/110/why-do-dogs-eat-poop-summary.aspxhttp://Only Natural Pet Store/                                                 One of the most common issues for canines is stool-eating, technically known…
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