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Massive Study Says Dog Ownership Increases Lifespan

Many studies have suggested that owning a dog is good for your health. One found that newborns who grew up with dogs were less likely to get sick, while another revealed that children with dogs in their households are less stressed. Dogs can apparently improve the health of senior citizens as well, largely because of […]

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Cats Are Carnivores – Why All The Carbs?

It is evident that the common domestic short-haired cat has become North America’s most popular pet. Unlike dogs, cats are undeniably carnivores. We know this because when cats are fed a low protein diet, they do not deregulate their liver enzymes to spare protein from becoming energy, like a dog would normally do. This inability […]

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4 Precautions For Keeping Your Pets Safe On Halloween

The average American household on Halloween is loaded with health risks for pets. Everywhere you turn are potentially hazardous objects, unfamiliar people, and other changes to their surroundings pets might find alarming. It’s perfectly feasible for pet parents to enjoy a stress-free Halloween; they just have to eliminate these health risks entirely or simply put […]

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Cat lost to kidney disease lives in mom’s heart

I have great things to say about your Kidney Support Gold treatment for cats. I got my Ella Bella from a friend when she was 10 years old. In January 2016, she turned 16. She is a beautiful, loving orange cat with a little bit of white. In March 2015, she became ill with kidney disease and […]

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A special Christmas for a ragdoll cat with bone cancer

When her beloved 11-year old Ragdoll cat was diagnosed with bone cancer a few months ago, Sue was heartbroken. The options that the vet provided to prolong the kitty’s life were daunting and involved radiation and chemo. “They did not seem like options to us as we didn’t want to put him through all of […]

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Happy the Yorkie fights dog cancer

Happy is the oldest of our four yorkie babies. He just turned 10 years old in June. Two years ago, on his birthday, our vet called us with devastating news. Happy was diagnosed with stomach and intestine cancer, and only had two weeks to live. My husband and I were stunned but decided not to give up. I […]

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Inflammation: It’s All About The Fat

Fatty acids are a vital source of energy because dietary fat has a higher caloric density than carbohydrates or proteins. Many of the fats widely viewed as energy sources come from meats and oils. Those referred to as essential fatty acids have biological functions and are incorporated into membranes of every cell within the body. […]

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Amazing liver disease recovery from down under

Australia is famous for its wildlife, and the hazards that come with it. Chelsie, an Australian Silky Terrier, has quite a story to tell. She once had an unpleasant encounter with a snake, and after a great fight in intensive care with a temperature of 41.9 C, Luc, his dad, is lucky to still have […]

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Nine-year old chihuahua mix overcomes terrible coughing Problem with Throat Gold

Janet’s nine-year old chihuahua mix coped with a lot of health problems, including a collapsed trachea, an enlarged heart and a congestive heart failure. The poor dog also suffered terrible coughing. “It used to be that she would cough uncontrollably after drinking water,” says this mom, based in San Jose, California. “It worried us so […]

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A new cough-free life for rescued kitty with Throat Gold

Kitty mom loves her feline friends. She shares her home with three Persian kitties and a rescued cat. When she adopted the youngest member of the family, the poor feline arrived sick to his new home in Hillsboro, Illinois. He was constantly sneezing and coughing. Mom immediately took him to the vet, but the medications the […]

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