All posts tagged "pet health"
Rising K9 Care Blog Shares Winning Bad Dog Breath Remedy
Latest canine care blog K9 Breath recommends Orapup tongue cleaning foam and ultra-soft brush that can scrape away odor causing scum from dog’s mouth within minutes. Walla Walla, WA, January 31, 2014 — Dog owners upset with...
- Posted January 31, 2014
By Sandra Dale Smolker Did you know 50% of dogs will die of cancer, any age, any breed, some breeds more than others? I sure didn’t. I never even thought about it. Finding out unexpectedly that Bernie...
- Posted December 6, 2012
Oh Behave Nov. 2012
By Arden Moore, ACCBC, ADCBC Pet trend, behavior and safety expert email@example.com Showing true love for your pet can be as easy as A-B-C. I’m not talking about the alphabet, but rather these life-saving acronyms: airway, breathing,...
- Posted November 2, 2012
Foods to Never Feed Your Pet
Almost everyone with a pet has been guilty one time or another of feeding their pet table scraps. When you’re eating dinner and your beloved pet gives you ‘the eyes’, it can be nearly impossible to resist,...
- Posted September 10, 2012
Give this Fat to Your Pets
By Karen Shaw Becker, DVM Contrary to popular belief, not all dietary fats cause obesity in your pet. Just as in humans, the “good” fats (omega-3 fats) enhance energy production in your dog or cat, so they...
- Posted August 31, 2012
Your Best Workout Buddy
Say the word exercise and many people respond with one word: ugh. Or they may come up with a half-dozen excuses why they can’t make it to the gym or reasons their bike gathers cobwebs in the...
- Posted August 29, 2012
A Medical Miracle
Stem Cell Technology It’s profound brilliance without a doubt. It’s becoming more apparent than ever before, and it’s reaching extraordinary heights beyond belief. Contemporary adult stem cell innovations are crusading for canines and their battles against...
- Posted August 21, 2012
Dysbiosis IN Pets
Dysbiosis and “leaky gut” are two names for the same disorder. However, definitions for each are somewhat different, which makes things unnecessarily confusing. Dysbiosis is often defined as an imbalance of gut bacteria – too few friendly...
- Posted May 31, 2012
Fleas & Ticks
By Dr. Jason Palm Fleas and ticks are one of the most common problems encountered by veterinarians in Central Florida. Both dogs and cats are affected and infestation may occur in both urban and rural areas....
- Posted January 24, 2012
Is Your Home Safe for Your Pets?
On a day to day basis, thousands of beloved pets are rushed to animal hospitals, emergency veterinary care facilities and to their regular vets with a myriad of symptoms ranging from lethargy to profuse vomiting and diarrhea....
- Posted September 21, 2011