October 7, 2020
6 surprising reasons why taking a walk with our dog is healthier for Us.

We are the center of our dog’s universe and they crave for our attention  It seems so obvious but it runs much deeper than we often realize.. Dogs do not like to be bored and if we give them something constructive to do, like taking a walk with our dog for atleast 30 mins, they […]

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June 4, 2020
iPet's Ally Q&A Round-up 5/25/20

iPets Ally Q&A Round-up 5/25/20 Download audio here Download transcript here Hello, I’m Dr. Ruth Roberts. Your pet’s ally. I hope that you are well and that you’re enjoying your Memorial Day, so I thought I’d jump on for a few minutes and get your questions answered and all that good stuff.  When and how […]

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May 15, 2020
Onesies For Dogs and Cats After Surgery

Download the transcript Want Info like this at your fingertips? Having your dog or cat spayed or neutered is a personal decision that you should make based on their needs. As a vet, I highly recommend delaying this surgery to reduce health risks to your pet. This surgery can reduce the risk of your pet […]

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April 12, 2020
Coronavirus in Cats: The dangers and the effect on them

The dangers and the effects of Corona Virus in Cats Download the transcript Take me to the Broadcast Hello, I'm Dr. Ruth Roberts, your pets ally. It takes all of us to kind of keep everything sane I think. So I've got a bunch of questions this week about pets and coronavirus in cats and I've […]

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April 6, 2020
Get Help For Your Pet While You're At Home

Download the Transcript Learn more about iPet's Ally! Dr. Ruth shares Tips and Ideas on how you can get help while both of you and your pet friends are safe at home! Bring any questions about your pet's health, and I will answer them live! If you can't make the broadcast, email them to DrRuthRoberts@DrRuthRoberts.com, […]

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April 6, 2020
iPet's Ally Q&A Roundup 4-6-20

To help people and their pets under Quarantine/ self- isolation, bring any questions about your pet's health, and I will answer them live! If you can't make the broadcast, email them to DrRuthRoberts@DrRuthRoberts.com, or post them in the comments in https://www.facebook.com/crockpetdiet/ Learn more with  ipets ally & $50 consult, with purchase: https://bit.ly/396XMGE

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March 30, 2020
iPet's Ally Q&A Round-Up 3-30-20
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March 30, 2020
Combat Pet Allergies With Simple Steps You Can Take At Home.

Subscribe To iPet's Ally For More Info Learn More Check My Allergy Support Protocol Allergy Season is starting up & now is the time to talk about skin issues. Dr. Ruth will discuss simple things you can do at home to reduce your pet's itching & licking and Supplements that improve your pet allergies and […]

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March 26, 2020
The Best Tips for Finding a Pet-Friendly Senior Living Community

The Best Tips for Finding a Pet-Friendly Senior Living Community Owning a pet provides numerous health benefits when you’re a senior. Not only do pets offer companionship, but they also help you stay active and even benefit your mental health. Finding a pet-friendly senior community is a great thing since you can bring your buddy […]

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March 23, 2020
Why Is It So Complicated to Care for Pets? My Mom's Dogs Never Went To The Vet & Lived To Be 15.

There must be some kind of tricks my mom did because my mom's dogs never visited the vet and they lived up to 15! I'm going to discuss how we can optimize our pet's health and what are the best ways we can do to maximize our pet's life span. In this video I'm going […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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