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Shedding Happens – But there are Ways to Reduce It!

It is almost inevitable and unavoidable that if you have pets, you will have varying degrees of animal fur at various times of the year! Shedding is a natural process so you cannot eliminate it entirely. Shedding happens, but take heart that in can be reduced! The volume of shedding does depend on genetics and […]

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Pet Wellbeing eBooks and Whitepapers Directory

Here is a list of publications and information published by Pet Wellbeing: Pet Allergies Pet Parents Guide to Pet Allergies Cancer Understanding Cancer in Cats Understanding Cancer in Dogs Cushings Disease Understanding Cushing’s Disease in Dogs Heart Disease Understanding Feline Heart Disease Understanding Canine Heart Disease Liver Disease Understanding Liver Disease in Cats Understanding Liver […]

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7 Spring Cleaning Tips for your Pet’s Health

Winter is almost over and Spring is on its way in! Before you start the fun task of spring cleaning your home, you should first think about how your spring cleaning could affect your pet. Here are 7 simple spring cleaning tips for your pet’s health: 1. Household Cleaning Products Most people automatically associate spring […]

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Fresh Water – Pets Like it Better!

Does your cat drink “fresh water” from the tap? Dog prefer the toilet bowl’s “fresh water”? As strange as it may seem, there is a physiological reason why our pets like fresh water…even though we might not think that toilet water is fresh!!! In nature, moving water is cleaner, has fewer bacteria than stagnant water. Moving […]

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All Life Stage Diets – Premium Holistic Pet Food

There are many questions regarding the labeling of pet foods and one major question from many owners is “How can pet food be appropriate for “all life stage diets”?  This labeling is not to say that there is no need for a puppy or senior formulas in our healthy dogs and cats, but that one food […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pet

The start of a new year can signal a fresh start for your pet’s health and well being. To start off the year off right, consider making these New Year’s resolutions for your pet! We all need to focus on our health and nutrition and our pets are no exception. Approximately 50 % of pets […]

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What to Know When Traveling With Pets

Traveling with pets can be a stressful ordeal if you aren’t prepared, especially when a plane is involved. Different airlines have varying rules about breed restrictions and carrier sizes, so it’s important to do thorough research before embarking on any trip with an animal. Your pet’s comfort and safety is also a concern, so it’s […]

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Protect Your Pet From Toxic Holiday Plants

Veterinarians are frequently presented with questions about potential pet poisoning due to eating holiday plants. Some Christmas plants are toxic and others are not so this simple rule of thumb is our best advice to all pet parents to protect your pet from toxic holiday plants and poisoning: It is best if your pets do […]

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Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips That Every Pet Parent Should Know

Thanksgiving for those in the United States is in today! Are you and your pet ready for the hazards of Turkey Day? Here are a few Thanksgiving pet safety tips for a safe holiday…I have also included a recipe for some pet-friendly Thanksgiving treats Stress and Anxiety If you are having a crowd for Thanksgiving, […]

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Discover How Kidney Support Gold Miraculously Saves Near-death Older Cat From Kidney Disease

I would love to share the story of one of our three cats: Leo. Leo was a feral kitty found under a bridge late 2005. We adopted him from a shelter in March 2006, and our lives immediately changed, mostly for me, since Leo was my first real pet, and we almost lost him to […]

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