March 4, 2022
DOG VACCINE GUIDE: Which Vaccines Does My Dog Really Needs?

Going to the Vet clinic for Dog vaccine multiple times over several months, and then for boosters or titers throughout your dog's life, may seem inconvenient, but the diseases that vaccinations protect our pets from are severe, potentially fatal, and thankfully, usually preventable. To determine if your pet is at risk, talk with your veterinarian, […]

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December 1, 2021
How to Introduce Your Dog to Your Cat

Why do dogs hate cats? Do dogs really hate cats? Dogs and cats seem to be divided by an unwritten line. The concept that dogs loathe cats, or vice versa, is so widespread that it's virtually a cliché. Is there any truth to it, or is it simply another dog legend? How to introduce a dog […]

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November 25, 2021
Top 5 Healthy to Eat Herbs & Spices for Your dog

You love your dog as a friend and loyal companion. Hence, safeguarding your dog’s health holds utmost importance. The diet your dog follows plays a vital role in maintaining their health. While they may not require dining in a five-star facility, you need to ensure the diet your dog follows satisfies their unique tastes. It […]

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November 12, 2021
Is Dental Cleanings & Anesthesia Safe for Pets?

Dental hygiene is critical to your pet's overall health and well-being, and professional cleanings are a crucial component of a regimen that will keep your mouth in good shape. Dental cleanings make pet parents concerned since it implies their furbaby will be put under anesthesia. Anesthesia for pets carries a number of dangers. However, there […]

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November 4, 2021
Things to Look for When Checking Your Dogs Teeth and Gums

# Dental Problems in Dogs to Look for When Checking Their Teeth and Gums Dental disease that includes both teeth and gums is a painful illness that can lead to kidney and heart disease, among other things. It's crucial to check your dog's teeth frequently since, despite their discomfort, most dogs with dental problems continue […]

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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 Pet Supplements to their 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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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 may […]

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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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