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Halloween Safety

Keep your Pets Safe this Halloween

Category: Health
Children and adults may love the spooky traditions of Halloween, but our pets are less likely to appreciate the costumes, masks, and parties associated with Halloween night. Kit Darling, infection control coordinator at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, recommended a few tips to keep your pet safe this Halloween. Candy “Keep candy secure from pets,” Darling said. “Many candies are toxic to pets, such as chocolates. Candies and gum containing the sugar-free sweetener xylitol are also toxic.” more
Pit

Spooky Pups

Category: Dog Life
It's Halloweeeeeeen! Crisp, autumn days, colourful costumes, glowing jack-o'-lanterns, and buckets of candy... what's not to like? These pups will have to miss out on the candy, but they still are embracing the spookiest day of the year! - ERM   1) Rusty more
Overweight

Is Your Dog Overweight?

Category: Health
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The Stray

The Stray is a Dog-Lovers Movie

Category: NewsBite
If you didn’t get a chance to sneak out to the movies this past weekend to see THE STRAY, don’t worry, it’s still in theatres! You better make your weekend plans now and take a friend or two. THE STRAY tells the true story of Mitch Davis who was on the brink of family disaster until Pluto the “wonderdog” came along!  This is a movie that the whole entire family will enjoy together and will inspire thoughtful conversation for days to come. How many times did your dog come to your rescue one way or another? The stories are endless. more
Obese

Is Your Pet Obese?

Category: Health
Like humans, pets can develop excess body fat that can lead to serious health problems such as diabetes or degenerative joint disease. But how can you tell if your pet is obese? In recognition of National Pet Obesity Awareness Day on Oct. 11, Dr. Audrey Cook, associate professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, offers some insight. more

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