pet care

Honest Kitchen Blog: Summertime Fruits and Vegetables for Pets

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Do you feed your pet fruit? Considering the plethora of commercially-available, highly-processed, feed-grade pet foods and treats available on the market today (some of which contain toxic or carcinogenic ingredients), owners should reconsider what goes you choose to put into their canine and feline companions’ mouths. I’m a big advocate of whole-food, human-grade diets and […]

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How Do You Know if Your Vet is a Keeper?

I enjoy the opportunity to share the perspecive of like-minded media outlets focusing on pet health.   Recently, Julia Williams published an article that caught my interest: How Do You Know if Your Vet is a Keeper?   By Julia Williams Of all the things we can do to help our pets live long and […]

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Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Hip Dysplasia – What’s a Dawg Mama to Do?

Intriguing perspective on canine hip dysplasia from animal physical rehabilitator Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com.  See: Physical Therapy Tip Of The Month: Hip Dysplasia – What’s a Dawg Mama to Do? These articles originally appeared on DawgBusiness.com. It’s all about guiding and empowering you to help your pet avoid injury, provide practical solutions and achieve rapid restoration of […]

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House Calls for Giggy, Star Pup from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s Pet-Lebrity News column on Pet360.com as House Calls for Giggy, Star Pup from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Recently, I found myself in an interesting circumstance while providing a house call to a regular client in Beverly Hills. This regular client lives on a beautiful private road in […]

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How Clean is Your Pet’s Drinking Water? Let’s Ask a West Virginia Resident

This article originally appeared on Dr. Mahaney’s The Daily Vet column on PetMD as How Clean is Your Pet’s Drinking Water? Let’s Ask a West Virginia Resident. What’s in the water you and your pets drink? Although we would like to think that the liquids and foods that enter our and our pets’ mouths are […]

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