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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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Honest Kitchen Blog: Home Cooking for Pets 101

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Do you cook for your pet? Does the thought of making home-prepared meals or snacks sound appealing to you? When it comes down to it, making home-prepared pet foods is something that any pet owner can do. Of course, doing so requires owners to be informed about appropriate food ingredients and preparation. There are also […]

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Rabies Awareness and Prevention

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World Rabies Day is celebrated on an annual basis and this year fell on September 28, 2016.  World Rabies Day is a collaborative effort between the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Alliance for Rabies Control (ARC) aiming to educate the global community about prevention and control of the disease. In this article I’ll explain […]

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Honest Kitchen Blog: Recognizing and Preventing Pet Dehydration

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Although most parts of the country are currently experiencing cooler weather, pets are still prone to the negative effects of dehydration during fall and winter (along with spring and summer, of course). Water makes up 70-80% of a dog or cat’s body mass, so it’s a key nutrient in maintaining normal cellular function. A loss […]

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