pet health

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: Cat Edition- Cat Obesity The Epidemic & It’s Impact to Felines

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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.   In this next episode of Natural Pets TV: Cat Edition, Pet World Insider’s Robert Semrow, Dr. Ken Tudor, NoBowl Feeding System’s  Dr. Liz Bales (my fellow Penn Vet alum), […]

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Can Dogs Have Amoxicillin?

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Do you know that there are many medications our canine (and feline) companions can take that are the same as those we humans take? Sometimes your veterinarian will dispense a product that is made just for pets and other times medications will be prescribed that the manufacturer intended for human use. The size and species […]

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Is Vitamin E Good for Dogs?

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Does your dog take any supplements as part of his health care regimen? Vitamins and minerals are found in food as nature makes it, but they are also commonly added to commercially available and home-prepared pet foods and treats. It’s most-ideal that we consume our vitamins and minerals as they are inherently found in food, […]

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How to Identify and Treat Ant Bites in Dogs

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Are you aware of the potenital for your canine or feline companion to incur injury secondary to being bitten or stung by insects? Bee stings are a common reason why we veterinarians treat patients on an emergency basis and often require combinations of medications to stop a hypersensitivity (“allergic”) reaction that can have severe whole […]

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