animal health

Honest Kitchen Blog: Pet Safety Tips for the Winter Holidays

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Although we’ve made it through Christmas, Hannukah, and New Year’s Eve, some of the pet dangers associated with winter holidays still remain. After all, some people leave their decorations up for weeks to months post-holiday and others keep the party going well into the new year. It’s not just decorations that pose hazards to our […]

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Pet Cancer Awareness, Diagnosis, and Treatment

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Do you currently or have you had a pet having been diagnosed with cancer? It’s a life-altering diagnosis for both animals and their human caretakers with numerous implications pertaining to expected life scan, provision of care, financial concerns associated with treamtent, and quality of life. I am very passionate about the topic, as my dog […]

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Embrace Pet Insurance Podcast: Winter Dangers

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Are you aware that there are numerous winter dangers that can affect our pets? Frozen paws, rock salt, low visibility, decorations, festive foods, and the general stress of the holidays can negatively impact the health of our canine and feline companions. Fortunately, there are steps you (the safety-savvy pet owner) can take to prevent your […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: The Health Benefits Mussels Provide Our Pets

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There are so many options available for owners to give as treats to our canine and feline companions, but which ones are healthier or less-healthy for your pet? I always recommend owners only offer treats they’d be willing to eat themselves and those that are human-grade, whole-food, and are free from chemical preservatives and artificial […]

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Memorial for Rusty the Golden Retriever

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I was saddened to hear that a senior canine patient of mine who, like Cardiff, overcame cancer and led a high quality of life until his final weeks was recently put to sleep. I got to know Rusty as my patient through Veterinary Cancer Group and strove to provide a holistic complement to the surgery […]

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