May 3, 2018
Palliative Care for Pets

Choosing palliative care for pets is more than keeping a terminally ill pet comfortable. Palliative care can help your pet continue to enjoy life fully, while it is still possible and they are able. With the guidance of a knowledgeable veterinarian,  pain management and quality of life maintenance can help make the most of the precious […]

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April 19, 2018
Josephine's Story: Retraining the Pet Owner

Josephine I met Josephine the cat when I was a senior in vet school, during my internal medicine rotation. Josephine’s owner was a clinical psychologist, and she brought her kitty to the vet school because no one had been able to figure out why Josephine weighed so much. She was looking for answers, to help heal her […]

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March 22, 2018
What Most Vets Don't Know About Pet Cancer

If you’re a pet parent or love someone who is, then here’s some news you need to hear… if you want your pets to live long and healthy lives. Because the sad truth is, the rate of cancer in pets is exploding. Just 50 years ago, 1 in 100 dogs got cancer. Today it is […]

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March 14, 2018
The Truth About Raw Food for Pets

Since the beginning of 2018, we have seen reports of at least thirteen recalls for various pet foods or treats. The reasons for recall are all pretty scary, ranging from possible salmonella contamination (especially in raw food for pets) to the presence of euthanasia drugs - YIKES! Many pet owners know that feeding your pet […]

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February 15, 2018
Dog Love: Trust, Healing and Forgiveness

There is no love like dog love. Few creatures, if any, in this world are as loving and devoted as a dog. They greet us with happy tail wags and sloppy kisses, snuggle us when we are lonely or sad (or for no good reason at all) and provide us with unconditional love and friendship. […]

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January 26, 2018
Food Energetics and Healthy Pet Diets

Cooking at home with The Original CrockPet Diet gives you access to the epitome of healthy pet diets. But understanding some basics of food energetics will help you choose the right ingredients, just for your pet The core concept of Food or Diet Therapy, is achieving balance. In most western countries, our idea of a […]

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December 7, 2017
Great Gifts for Pets and Pet Lovers

Our pets give us their unconditional love and companionship all year long, expecting nothing and hoping to be loved in return. They boost our moods, lengthen our lives, and can turn our entire day around. The holidays are a great time to show a little gratitude to the furballs in your life; you can also […]

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September 25, 2017
Five Amazing Benefits of Coconut Oil for Pets

Using coconut oil for pets can help improve their health, inside and out. Coconut oil is an amazing and versatile tool when it comes to managing your pet’s health. In fact, the seemingly endless benefits of coconut oil for pets may surprise you. This plant-powered oil is a powerful, safe, all natural health booster. With […]

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September 4, 2017
5 Cooling Foods for Dogs and Cats

Feeding your pet cooling foods can help them feel more hydrated and balanced, especially during the warmer months. But cooling foods can also help reduce inflammation, any time of year. Here are five foods that your pet will love, that will also help them cool down. Summer may be drawing to a close, but in […]

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August 28, 2017
Creating Better Gut Health for Your Pet

If your dog or cat has a sensitive stomach, or chronic GI upset, you already know: it is frustrating beyond words. Not knowing what is behind the GI trouble in your pet is even more maddening. After changing food over and over, and trying several medications, you may find yourself backed into a corner, with […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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