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4 Common Supplements to Help Your Dog Live a Healthier Life

December 27, 2023 By admin

As we learn more about a dog’s nutritional needs, the more we discover we can provide for them. Like humans, some dogs require supplemental vitamins and nutrients in addition to their daily diet. The reasons for these needs vary, but nearly one-third of dogs take additional supplements and vitamins daily to help their systems function to the best of their ability. Below are the four most commonly used and recommended supplements for dogs.     Probiotics Humans commonly use probiotics, or a series of bacteria that live in our… Read More
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Dogs on the World Stage: Sealyham Terrier

December 19, 2023 By admin

As many families gathered on Thanksgiving this year, a new dog was crowned Best in Show at the 2023 National Dog Show. Stache, a Sealyham terrier, took home top honors to the surprise of many viewers. Not for lack of cuteness, but because Sealyham terriers aren’t exactly a popular breed in the nation. However, with Stache’s historic win and the spotlight now on his breed – they may just rise to become a top family dog. History Sealyham terriers originated in Wales and are considered a rare small-medium breed terrier. The breed… Read More
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Understanding the “Mystery Dog Illness” of 2023

December 11, 2023 By admin

Dog owners across the nation are monitoring the widespread outbreak of a so-called mystery respiratory illness affecting dogs. While experts have not yet identified a clear cause, they feel confident that this illness is not a new virus with superspreading abilities. Rather, this seems to be the result of common bacteria and viruses that have traditionally blossomed and waned over the years. Nevertheless, pet parents are eager to keep their dogs safe. As veterinarians and experts learn more about this illness, here is what you should know. Symptoms In a… Read More
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Christmas Décor that is Dangerous for Dogs

December 6, 2023 By admin

Few things are as magical as Christmas decorations. The warm lights, pops of green and blue, and the hope of snowfall make everything feel so whimsical. However, if you own a dog, you need to take a little extra care to make sure your holiday décor is safe for your four-legged friends. Many common decorations and Christmas items have hidden dangers that many don’t know about until it’s too late. For Christmas this year, keep your pets safe, your wallet happy, and your decorations festive by avoiding or limiting access to these items:  … Read More
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