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What Are the Signs Your Pet Has Suffered Toxic Exposure?

How do you know if your canine or feline companion has suffered a toxic exposure? Generally, it’s best to always avoid toxins, but often life has other plans and we onwers are forced to care for our sick pets. Learn more about pet toxic exposures via this article for The Honest Kitchen- What Are the […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Commemorating Spay and Neuter Awareness Month

Have you spayed or neutered your companion canine or feline? It’s an important part of responsible pet ownership, but there are both pluses and minuses to the procedure. All owners should discuss with their veterinarians the reasons why or why not spaying or neutering a pet is appropriate. Here’s my take on the topic in […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: February is National Cat Health Month

February was National Cat Health Month, so as a practicing holistic veterinarian, I’ve got much to say about the means by which owners should best care for their feline friends. I first have to state that owners must make their cat’s health a daily priority. This means that efforts should be made each day to […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: The Positive Health Benefits of Pumpkin for Our Pets

Too often, articles that owners read around fall holidays involve what not to feed our companion canine and felines. I want to flip this concept and instead suggest feeding a natural food that is safe, infinitely healthy, and can be added to the daily diets of most pets: pumpkin. Learn  why via this article for […]

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Weight Management for the Overweight and Obese Pet

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  You may not be aware, but pet obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S.  In 2014, the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)conducted it’s annual National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Survey by partnering with veterinarians and establishing that 52.7 percent of dogs and 57.9 percent of cats are overweight or obese. That’s nearly nearly […]

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