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Pot For Pets

What You Need To Know About Pot For Pets

Category: Health
Don't be surprised if you notice a certain calm settling over the dog park on your next visits. Suddenly, that holy terror terrier is feeling much better about himself. Fido has found his chill. That could be because cannabis-based products are now flooding the canine market. more
Does My Dog Need a Friend?

Does My Dog Need a Friend?

Category: Dog Training
Q: Is it possible my dog is depressed after a play-date? My dog spent the weekend with my friend and her dog while I was out of town. The two dogs play really hard but well together. Since she's come home she seems down. Do you think she misses her friend? Should I consider getting a second dog? Do some dogs just do better when they live with a canine friend? If so, what's generally better, getting a dog of the same or opposite gender? more
How to Read a Dog Food Label

How to Read a Dog Food Label

Category: Nutrition
How to read a dog food label to make sure it is the best choice for your dog! Look for the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) nutritional adequacy statement. This ensures that the diet meets the minimum nutrition requirements, says Vancouver-based veterinarian Dr. Katherine Kramer. The basis for the AAFCO nutritional statement is either through the formulation method or the feeding trial method, she says. more
Adoptable Dog Cutouts

Adoptable Dog Cutouts Fill The Stands At Soccer Games!

Category: NewsBite
As sporting events resume, teams and stadiums have faced a unique challenge: how to fill the stands as fans watch from the safety of their homes. Our favourite of the inventive stand-fillers, which have included cardboard cutouts of fans, mannequins, and videos of supporters watching from their living rooms, comes from the Philadelphia Union soccer team, part of the Major League Soccer organization. more
Heartworm dog

Pet Talk: Avoiding Heartworms & Other Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Category: Health
Fleas and ticks are not the only parasites that can cause problems for our dogs, cats, and other pets. Mosquitos are the number one vector of diseases and pathogens worldwide, but preventative medicine can make a big impact in reducing infection. more

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