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Dog Vaccines: When to get them and which ones you need

Has your dog had a vaccination recently? Regular dog vaccinations play a vital role in keeping your dog healthy and protecting them from viral infections.
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Do Dogs Need Vegetables?

Many pet owners are surprised to find that vegetables are an important part of a dog’s diet. Unlike true carnivores that only require...
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How Much Exercise Does a Dog Need Everyday?

An average of somewhere around 1 to 2 hours per day of exercise is right for the majority of dogs, but this varies between dogs. Variables such as breed, age, and overall health make it necessary to tailor an exercise program to your dog's specific needs.
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Diarrhea in Dogs: When to Worry

For dog owners diarrhea can be a relatively frequent occurrence and knowing when to worry can be important. We run through what you need to know.
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Pet Travel Safety

If your travel includes bringing your furry family, you might want to invest in a little extra preparation and planning to make the trip smoother for both you and your pets. 
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Dog Food Recipes: Turkey, Sweet Potato and Pea Balls Diet

Many dogs have food intolerances to chicken, so turkey is an excellent option. These are ideal as an accompaniment to your dog’s regular diet.
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Camping With Your Dog

Thinking about taking your pooch with you on your next camping getaway? Here is an easy checklist to prepare yourself for your upcoming road trip.
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Understanding Bloodwork for Dogs and Cats

When you think of preventive medicine for dogs and cats, you probably think of vaccinations or flea and heartworm prevention. But what about...
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How to Express Dog’s Anal Glands

Full or impacted anal glands are no joke. A dog will drag his rear across the ground to relieve the unbearable itch, which is where you step in to help out.
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Does Your Dog Lunge at Other Dogs When Out Walking?

A dog who is "leash reactive" is most likely experiencing some anxiety, fear or discomfort associated with other dogs. The situation is worse on a lead because your dog can’t approach in a safe and relaxed way.

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