November 13, 2018
The Keto Diet and Pet Cancer

With pet cancer diagnoses on the rise during the holiday season, you might be able help your furbaby stay healthier by tweaking their diet. Read on to find out why a Keto Diet can help your pet fight cancer and other serious illnesses. The months of November and December mark a staggering increase in the […]

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January 11, 2017
The Golden Years: Important Senior Pet Care Tips

 As pet parents, we all hope that our furbabies will live well in their golden years. Thanks to better animal medical care, improved diets, supplements, and medications and your unconditional love, pets seem to be living longer than ever. That’s great news! The more time we get with our cats or dogs, the better. There […]

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October 26, 2016
7 Ways to Prevent Medical Problems for Your Dog 

If you’re an owner of man’s best friend, you want to do everything in your power to keep your precious pooch healthy and happy. One way to do this is by treating your pup’s health problems. With decades of experience in veterinary medicine, I’ve spent many years helping dog owners treat their fur buddies for […]

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September 14, 2016
Build Your Dog a Cancer-Fighting Exercise Routine

A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association found that, for the most part, cancer risks are reduced when humans incorporate non-work-related exercise into their lives. This finding may mean great news for improving the lives of our pets. If cancer may be reduced by merely exercising, then we want to […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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