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Dog Nutrition

A Vet Shares What You Need to Know about Dog Nutrition

Category: Nutrition
If you are like me, watching your dog enjoy his food is one of your greatest pleasures. This joy is next-level when you are blessed by your dog’s excitement in anticipation of a treat. In addition to creating the bliss of a well-fed dog, we want to feed them the best food that we can so that we have both a happy and healthy dog. Almost every food on the market claims to help enhance your dog's nutrition. more
Fear Free

Fear Free principles - State of the Art and State of the Heart

Category: Health
“We take the pet out of petrified,” says Dr. Marty Becker, a slogan that has become a rallying cry among enlightened vets.  Dr. Becker has been a veterinarian for almost four decades, a fulfilment of his childhood dream—he wanted to be a vet from the age of six. He’s owned part or all of eight veterinary hospitals in three states and has been known almost his entire career for celebrating, protecting, and nurturing the human-animal bond. more
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Is the Toller or the Westie the dog for you?

Category: Breeds
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Smart, outgoing, busy, and affectionate  Most people are quite curious the first time they see my Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. "Is it a miniature Golden Retriever?” they’ll ask. “A Border Collie cross? A Brittany Spaniel?"  more
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How to Spoil Your Pet with Healthy Treats This Holiday Season

Category: Dog Life
Are you looking for some great stocking stuffers for your pets this holiday season? PureBites has some suggestions that will keep your dog’s tail wagging all season long. more
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5 Easy Steps To Help Your Dog Drop The Extra Weight

Category: Health
Ask an Expert: Jennifer Adolphe, a PhD in companion animal nutrition, registered dietician, and senior nutritionist at Petcurean, tells us how to accurately assess a dog’s weight and offers 5 tips to help your pup drop the extra pounds! We all want our dogs to be healthy, and managing weight is an important part of that. If dogs become overweight, it puts them at greater risk of osteoarthritis, respiratory problems, and pancreatitis. more

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