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Explore our tips and advice for every aspect of your dog’s care and enjoy the benefits of a canine companion who is happy, healthy and content.

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What is in a Dog DNA Test?

DNA analysis has revolutionized many things from forensic medicine to pup-ternity tests (see what we did there!) so DNA testing has to be a good thing. Right?
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Diabetes in Dogs

Is your dog drinking more than normal? Diabetes could be the cause. Learn more about diabetes in dogs and what can be done to diagnose and treat it.
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Why Does My Dog Lick the Air?

If your dog has always been, for lack of better words, a ‘licky dog’ then it may just be a normal behavior for your dog. If it is a new behavior, there can be underlying medical or behavioral issues to address.
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Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

A ruptured cruciate means a lengthy lay off from doing what they enjoy most. What’s so bad about a ruptured cruciate and what can be done to sort them?
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Responsible Pet Ownership for Kids

 Kids can play a huge role in taking care of pets as long as you teach them how to properly care for their critters.  However, keep in mind that being a pet owner is a for-life project. 
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Bringing A Dog Home To A Safe House

Creating a comfy, cozy and safe environment at home for your dog will help ensure they remain happy and content. We share our home safety tips with you.
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Why Does My Dog Fart Constantly?

There can be several reasons for flatulence in dogs and most of these are not serious.
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Kong Toys and the Benefits of Chewing for Dogs

Did you know that chewing has a number of benefits for your dog’s health and wellbeing? We cover what they are and how we can encourage this natural behavior.
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Do Pets Like Music?

Do our pets like music? And if so, what styles do they prefer and in what situations can music help them?
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Ear Infections in Dogs

Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit their veterinarian. Studies suggest that the prevalence of ear disease in dogs can be as high as 20%.

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