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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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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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 10, 2020
Does My Pet Need to Detox Too?

Download the Transcript Learn more about iPet's Ally! Dr. Ruth will answer questions about: What Does It Mean When People say "Detox"? Does My Pet Need to Detox Too? Detoxification is the process of removing waste products, or chemicals from the body. Liver & GI tract do the main work, but what about the chemicals […]

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February 17, 2020
Special guest Tonya Tysee

Tonya's website https://www.palmettoanimalreiki.com/ we will be discussing how our emotions impact our pets, and how they support us emotionally during difficult times.  Tonya's first exposure to energy work came as a dog groomer when she quickly learned that being a good dog groomer entailed not only giving a good haircut, but being mindful of her energy and each individual […]

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February 3, 2020
What makes my pet so Itchy?

Dr. Ruth will talk about the most common reasons pets are itchy. Learn how to use food sensitivity testing to determine what the real problem is. https://youtu.be/ym6KATNpKJw Click the link above to download audio Get MY Free Allergy Support Protocol Allergy Season is starting up & now is the time to talk about skin issues and […]

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December 29, 2019
What’s the best way to feed your pet? What do you feed your Pet?

Dr. Ruth Discusses about What's the best way to feed and what do you feed? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PXoH_kQg9A&feature=youtu.be Download the transcript Click the link above to download the audio Click the link above to download the PDF Want Dr. Ruth's Help? I wanted to take a  few minutes to talk about why pet food is so confusing, […]

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November 28, 2019
A Tale of Gratitude

With Thanksgiving coming up, I thought I’d share a tail of gratitude about Sam Ham, my beautiful Brittany Spaniel. He came to me in 2010 from a high kill shelter in Georgia. I found him because of a local rescue group I was working with. They noticed he had problems with his back legs that […]

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