Monitoring the New Mother after Puppy Birth Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Monitoring the New Mother after Puppy Birth
It's easy to get so wrapped up in new puppies that you don't think about the mother. Learn why even after the birth is over mom needs your attention.
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Beware the "Experts" My Dog's Veterinarian
Beware the "Experts"
Animal care information should only come from given from your veterinarian. The internet is not an expert.
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Celebrating The 4th of July With Your Pets: Firework Safety Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Firework Poisoning and Other 4th of July Safety Concerns
What seems like fun to you may terrify your pet.
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Keep Your Pet Safe This 4th of July Dog Checkups & Preventive Care
Dr. Ruth's Top 5 Tips for a Pet Safe 4th of July
Keep pets away from grills and human food and make sure they are always nearby to ensure their safety and health on this summer holiday.
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Dogs and Picnic Dangers Dog Toxins & Poisons
Dogs and Picnic Dangers
Make sure your friends and family are aware of these risks to your dog, and advise them to never feed your dog any snacks without your permission.
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Five Questions To Ask Your Veterinarian My Dog's Veterinarian
Five Questions To Ask Your Veterinarian
Ask these simple questions during even the most routine checkups.
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Does Food Cause Bloat? Dog Diet & Nutrition
Does Food Cause Bloat?
Does food cause bloat in dogs? Do certain ingredients contribute to excessive gas production in the stomach of dogs? Does elevated feeding help?
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A flatulent pet can indicate a medical condition Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Walter the Farting Dog

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pup tarts for valentines day Dog Diet & Nutrition
Valentine's Pup Tarts: For the Dogs In Your Life
I love celebrating holidays with my pets. When Valentine’s Day rolls around, I like to spoil my lovely wife with dark chocolate and my dogs these super-easy and wholesome treats.
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Young Adult Nutrition for Dogs Dog Diet & Nutrition
Young Adult Nutrition for Dogs
Dogs definitely go through an adolescent, or young adult, stage. Canine development goes something like this: puppies experience a Rapid Growth Phase somewhere between 8 and 18-20 weeks of age.
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