November 3, 2021
How to Care for Your Dogs Eyes

Your dog's eye care may not be on top of your mind as a pet parent. There are vet checks, immunizations, and preventative treatments to consider, after all. You're not the only one who has itchy eyes; dogs can also get itchy eyes, whether from pollen or tear duct problems. So, when caring for your […]

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September 23, 2021
The Beginner's Guide to Adding Supplements to Your Pet's Diet

Being a pet parent is as hard as raising children, they may not be related to us by flesh and blood, but we all love and cherish our pets like they’re our children all the same. Pet parenting presents different sets of challenges, but with the right techniques and strategies, you can have the happiest […]

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August 19, 2021
How To Keep Weight on Active Dogs with Home Cooked Food?

SIGN UP TO IPETS ALLY ULTIMATE To watch the full video. Diet determines whether or not your dog packs on extra pounds. We as their pet parents must learn what we can do to keep our dogs as healthy and happy as possible.  "Sixty percent of pets who come in to vet practices are overweight," says […]

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August 5, 2021
Learn The Benefits And How to Choose Your Full-Spectrum Products

You may be wondering why on earth your pet may need full-spectrum oil. After all, you have a wonderful veterinarian who has taken the best care of your beloved furbaby for years without it. And you’re right. Your veterinarian undoubtedly treats your dog or cat the best they know-how, and probably loves doing so! The […]

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August 3, 2021
Are You a Dog Person, a Cat Person, or Both?

We all have our preferences and this goes out to choosing our home buddies, our pets! A new study suggests that your environment, your background, personality and stage of life helps identify whether you are more likely a dog person, a cat person, or both! In a recent study from the University of Texas at […]

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July 29, 2021
How do you identify the early signs of liver disease in pets? Hello, I’m Dr. Ruth Roberts, your pets ally. At any rate, what I wanted to talk with you about today is liver disease. And most of the time you’re going to hear that your pet has liver disease from your veterinarian because the liver values are mildly Al of elevated on the lab work. […]

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July 22, 2021
What Do Cats Do When They Are in Pain?

Did you know? Cats are masters at hiding their pain. Generally, cats are good at hiding their pain. One main reason they developed this is that they are less likely to want to alert predators of their vulnerability by crying when they get injured or hurt. As their pet owner, you have to pay extra […]

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July 15, 2021

Today, July 15, 2021, is National Pet Fire Safety Day. Our pets are like family, and we need to remember to include them in our fire safety plans. According to the National Fire Protection Association, pets and wildlife start about 700 home fires a year, for example by accidentally turning on the stove or knocking […]

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July 3, 2021
Tips for Stress–free Pets on the 4th of July

For many people, the 4th of July holiday can be tons of fun, food, and fireworks. Your furry friends can probably sense your excitement. However, some festive foods, loud bangs, and pyrotechnic noises can be downright terrifying for them. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Animal Poison Control Center offers […]

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June 25, 2021
How to Keep Dogs Cool in Summer

Summertime is a season for playtime and a walk in the park! This is considered a happy season and this has many people heading outside to enjoy the warm days and sunshine. Most Americans have at least 1 dog per household and although this summertime may bring a little worry to the pet owner in […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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