August 12, 2015
8 Tips for Bathing Your Cat (and Living to Tell the Tale)

Image credit: Michael Verdi So you need to bathe your cat. If images of horror films and the feeling of instant panic swept over you after reading that, you’re not alone. Bathing cats is a tricky business. They’re independent creatures, and taking a bath is not their idea of fun. However, there are steps you […]

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August 5, 2015
5 Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian about Chronic Kidney Disease

When you hear devastating news about your pet’s kidney health, veterinarians understand that your mind shuts down and you might not be able to ask necessary questions. However, after the initial shock of the diagnosis, it’s imperative to ask your vet the right questions in order to be fully informed. In many cases, you may […]

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July 29, 2015
How to Protect Your Pet in the Summer Heat

Photo credit: Micolo J Now that the weather has reached absolute scorching, we want to take a minute to share some important information on how to protect your pet in the summer heat. It’s our responsibility as pet caregivers to ensure our pets’ health and safety to the best of our abilities. We encourage you […]

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July 22, 2015
How can I ensure my cats are getting enough exercise?

It’s safe to say cats are finicky animals. They have a mind of their own, and they certainly don’t bother themselves with what it is you’d like them to do. Unlike dogs, they’re not going to jump at any chance to go on a walk or a run (or really do any organized activity, for […]

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July 15, 2015
Demystifying Kidney Lab Results: Your Guide to Understanding the Numbers.

Photo credit: Lindsey Turner If your pet has been recently diagnosed with kidney failure, or Chronic Kidney Disease, your head may be spinning with information overload. We understand. There’s so much to take in both information-wise and emotionally. Confused about what all of those kidney lab results mean? In this post, we demystify your pet’s kidney […]

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July 8, 2015
How to Support Someone with a Sick Pet

Photo credit: Leo Grübler Having a pet with a serious illness can be incredibly draining. From endless veterinarian appointments and the stress of caregiving for a sick animal to having to watch your beloved pet in pain, this can be a truly difficult and emotional time. Do you have a friend or family member struggling with […]

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July 1, 2015
Kidney Failure in Older Dogs

Kidney disease in dogs. Look for signs of kidney failure in dogs, and prevent kidney disease with diet. Read more…

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June 24, 2015
Renal Failure in Cats: Detect this Heartbreaking Disease Early

Renal failure in cats can be detected early. To prevent feline Kidney disease and cat renal failure, look for these early warning signs. Keep reading…

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June 17, 2015
Kidney Failure in Cats: Does Your Kitty Have Litter Box Troubles?

Kidney failure in cats can be prevented with diet. Bypass cat kidney problems and renal failure in cats. Read more…

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June 10, 2015
Kidney Diseases in Dogs: Prevention Starts in the Bowl

Kidney diseases in dogs can be prevented with a dog food you make at home. Before you look for symptoms of kidney failure in dogs, get proactive about their health. Read more…

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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