Play it Safe- Beware- Cooler Weather and Shorter Days Mean Hidden Dangers via Hamptons Pet

Many parts of the United States are still enduring the burden of wintry temperatures and short hours of daylight.   The environmental changes occurring every fall and winter negatively impact the lives of both people and pets.  There are very real dangers out there for our companion canines and felines that we pet owners must […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Canine & Feline Osteosarcoma: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatment

Cancer is one of the worst diagnoses any owner can get as pertains to the health of a beloved pet.     Like in humans, there are numerous types of cancer that affect many of our canine and feline companions’ body systems.  One cancer that severely compromises a pet’s quality of life and ultimately leads […]

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Keep Holiday Gift Opening Fun and Safe With Cats on Catster.com

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Gift giving is a prominent part of our holiday celebrations, but the festivity around such traditions isn’t necessarily interpreted the same way by our canine and feline companions and health problems can ensue as a result.     Curious felines don’t realize that holiday gift wrapping and decorations are meant to be kept outside of […]

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Natural Pets TV: Dog Edition- Canine Digestive Issues

  Natural Pets TV is an ongoing series of YouTube videos from Pet World Insider dedicated to promoting the best health of our canine feline companions.   This episode, Dog Edition- Canine Digestive Issues, features Pet World Insider’s Robert Semrow, Natura Petz Organics’ Heidi Nevala, Dr. Jodie Gruenstern , and I covering causes, treatments, and […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Mast Cell Tumors in Canines & Felines – What You Need to Know

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Has your pet ever been affected by one of the great imitators in veterinary medicine?  The Mast cell tumor (MCT) is just that in being a type of malignant cancer that can take on many appearances and look like other mass-like lesions that generate less concern like lipoma (benign tumor of fat), cysts, abscesses (bacterial […]

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