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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

November 19, 2020

A New Answer to an Old Question A simple Google search of the question, “Why do dogs eat grass?” yields well over a half million results. This is one of those questions that many have an opinion about, yet has stumped dog owners and veterinarians, with surprisingly little research done to provide a sound, scientific answer. While there are several popular, “common sense” answers often given in the pet care community, online and in the real world, the most commonly…

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Preventing Knee Problems in Dogs

October 13, 2020

Dogs who are otherwise healthy may develop serious knee problems such as torn ligaments and arthritis in the knees. This common problem is preventable by supplementing the dog’s diet early, before any problems arise. Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) disease is a condition which is sadly over represented in today’s veterinary clinics. It is a weakening of the ligaments, or bands of tissue, which stabilize a dog’s knees, connecting the femur (bone above knee) to the tibia (bone below knee). Why…

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7 Reasons Dogs Have Itchy Skin

April 23, 2020

Often when we see our dogs scratching more than usual we jump to a quick conclusion that they have fleas or other parasites. There are a number of reasons why our dogs may have itchy skin. The causes range from environmental to physiological and even psychological. Examining the potential causes and eliminating the ones you know are not problematic will help you to narrow things down. If the problem is more serious, visiting a professional such as a veterinarian or…

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Relief For Your Pets’ Allergies

March 5, 2020

Relief and quality of life in three easy steps with or without drugs The rate of skin disease in our pets will continue to rise with the rise in pollution concentration. This is inevitable but the symptoms are not completely out of our control. The cause is the nutritional imbalance wedded to ever-increasing pollution. As much as the pollutants in our environment from our new-age technologies are to blame for these reactions we have some control over that internal inflammatory…

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