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February is Pet Dental Health Month

Category: Health
Dental health in dogs and cats may sometimes be overlooked by pet owners. However, just like humans, pets need regular dental cleanings to keep their gums and teeth healthy. As part of pet dental health month, Dr. J.R. “Bert” Dodd, a clinical professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, explained some common dental hygiene issues in dogs and cats. “Poor oral hygiene in dogs and cats can lead to excess tartar, swellings in the mouth, and severe wear of the teeth (or broken teeth) from chewing on inappropriate objects,” he said. more
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Finally, a Televised Dog Show Just For Rescue Dogs!

Category: Dog Life
Picture this scene: the Westminster Dog Show is on TV, and your sweet rescue dog looks wistfully up at the screen. He knows, deep down, that he could be a star too—but he's a mutt, and therefore not eligible to participate. Next door, the neighbour dog is a beautiful purebred Golden Retriever rescue—but as a special-needs pup in a wheelchair, she can't compete either. more
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Therapy Pets Spread Love Through the Community

Category: Dog Life
Therapy pets are similar to the average pet because they offer stress relief, comfort, and affection. However, therapy pets differ because they are specially trained to travel to and remain calm in various environments, such as nursing homes, hospitals, and college campuses. more
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Treating Pet Eye Disease And Injury

Category: Health
The thought of removing a pet’s eye can be scary, but in some cases, eye removal is necessary to improve the pet’s quality of life. Dr. Lucien Vallone, a clinical assistant professor in the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, explained how eye removal can be beneficial. more
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A Sofa-Cleaning Guide for Pet Owners

Category: Dog Life
When you have pets, accidents happen. Unfortunately, sometimes that means those accidents happen on your furniture. But all is not lost. With a few tips and tricks, you can keep your sofa looking good and feeling comfy as a favorite spot for both you and your pet. Renew the look of your sofa with our guide on removing stains, getting rid of pet hair, and hiding wear and tear. more

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