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Obesity, Pets, and Nutrition Dog Diet & Nutrition
Obesity, Pets, and Nutrition
It has been estimated that up to 50% of dogs and cats in this country are overweight or, worse yet, obese.
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The "New" Pet: When Is The Right Time? End-of-Life Support & Grieving Dogs
The "New" Pet: When Is The Right Time?
When discussing the idea of getting another pet after the loss of a former one, I’ve heard it all. Nothing surprises me any more. The sentiments are usually those of “not now,” and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard “never again!”
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Sad looking white mutt End-of-Life Support & Grieving Dogs
When Is The Right Time To Say Goodbye?
When is the right time? How do we really know? Is he suffering? Uncomfortable? In pain? The truth is, we often don’t really know—and, unfortunately, we can’t ask him.
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Euthanasia: The Process and the Particulars End-of-Life Support & Grieving Dogs
Euthanasia: The Process and the Particulars
Our attitudes have changed quite a bit since, and now, I believe, most pet parents choose to stay with their pets until they pass on. However, this is a highly personal decision.
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7 Surprising Ways To Help Your Pet Lose Weight (And Why It's Important) Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
7 Surprising Ways To Help Your Pet Lose Weight (And Why It's Important)
Extra weight puts your pet at risk for arthritis, diabetes, and many other crippling diseases.
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5 Reasons Why Pet Obesity Is a Serious Problem Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
5 Reasons Why Pet Obesity Is a Serious Problem
Over half of U.S. dogs and cats are considered obese. Pet obesity can reduce life expectancy and cause arthritis, diabetes, and cancer.
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Losing a Friend: Dealing With The Loss of a Pet End-of-Life Support & Grieving Dogs
Losing a Friend: Dealing With The Loss of a Pet
Losing a pet is hard. Just like many of you, Dr. Ruth MacPete has been there.
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Why Your Cat Should Stay Indoors: Part II Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
Why Your Cat Should Stay Indoors: Part II
Many people feel cats should be allowed to go outdoors because of their wild origins. Even though cats have been domesticated for nearly 6000 years, they have maintained an obvious connection with their wild ancestors. Scientists believe that cats first became domesticated around 4000 BC in Africa and the Middle East.
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Would You Like a Cat with That Coffee? A Pet's Life
Would You Like a Cat with That Coffee? Yes Please!
Where is the one place in America where you can walk in for a coffee and leave with a cat? Find out here.
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Setting the Stage for a Safe Interaction between Dogs and Kids Dog Behavior
Setting the Stage for a Safe Interaction between Dogs and Kids
Kids and dogs can be best friends for life, but only if both are taught how to interact and respect each other. Learn why many of today's kid-dog interactions make Dr. Nancy Kay nervous.
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