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Knee Problems in Dogs

Having recently suffered a knee injury myself I understand how painful knee problems in dogs can be. Hind leg lameness is very common in dogs and knee injuries are the most common of the hind limb lamenesses. The most common  knee problem that occurs in dogs in rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL).  It […]

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New Book Explains The Real Difference Between Dog And Cat “People”

Pet owners have traditionally defined themselves as “dog people” or “cat people” in order to explain their choice of pet. They often claim to have personalities that make them a perfect match for one animal and a complete mismatch for another. But according to anthrozoologist and Bristol University veterinary science professor Dr. John Bradshaw, there […]

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Woman Celebrates 8th Wedding Anniversary…To Her Dog

Next month, a 43-year-old woman will celebrate her eighth wedding anniversary, only she isn’t married to a man or a woman. 11th Time’s A Charm Ireland’s Wilhelmina Morgan Callaghan is the owner of 11 dogs, which include Chihuahuas, Schnauzers, and one Yorkshire Terrier, Henry. “We all get along – most of the time – but […]

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Pet Food Allergies? Necessary supplemental amounts of Omega 3’s, 6’s

You may have heard that essential fatty acids (EFA’s) are important for your pet’s wellbeing. Especially, omega fatty acids which are anti-inflammatory and are both safe and effective to help with pet food allergies! If your pet has allergies, there is inflammation in the body and if it goes on for a long time, any inflammation is a […]

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PWB’s Holistic Formula Makes List Of Best Dog Foods For Allergies!

Pet Wellbeing is honored to announce that our Premium Holistic Formula for Dogs and Puppies has been named one of the best dog foods for allergies by Pet Life Today. What Are Dog Allergies To Food? Foods account for approximately 10% of all allergies in dogs, who can be born with food allergies or develop […]

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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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Deceased Pets Are Now Being Honored With Full Funeral Services

Modern pet owners treat their dogs or cats with the same respect as a furry human being, making them feel valued, loved, and in some cases, regal. Pets now have access to various services that were previously only reserved for humans. This includes luxury hotels, first class seating on planes, and being laid to rest […]

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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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Why You Should Never Self-Diagnose Your Pet

Something is wrong: Your pet isn’t eating or has loose stool or is acting just plain strange. Is he or she feeling well?  Many pet owners can immediately tell if something is a little off with their furry friends. Symptoms do sometimes take a bit longer than usual to appear but owners should be able […]

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Dozens Sickened By Infection That Likely Came From Petland Puppies

At least 39 people have been sickened by a bacterial infection that may have come from puppies purchased at nationwide chain Petland. The bacteria known as Campylobacter can be spread through raw or undercooked poultry or meat in addition to contact with dog feces. Symptoms in human and dogs include bloody diarrhea, vomiting and fever, […]

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