February 3, 2017
A Resolution for Nutrition

How keeping your pet healthy can keep you on track This time of year, health and nutrition are front-and-center for many of us. Even though most new year resolutions fall by the wayside by now, your furry friends can help get you back on track. Most pet owners do everything they can to keep their […]

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October 5, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know about Kidney Failure in Pets

You notice that Sparky is drinking lots of water. And it seems you take him out to go potty more than usual of late. You can’t help but think… Does he have kidney failure? Kidney failure is a sad condition that plagues cats and dogs across the country. It is a source of pain 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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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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