Decoding Your Dogs Downright Weird Behavior: Tips To Help You Understand 3 Of Your Pet’s Quirks

30 November 2016
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From sniffing every tree during a walk to an undying devotion to a single, smelly toy, your dog exhibits some downright strange, but endearing, behaviors. However, there are other times when your dog's quirks seem a little too bizarre, and maybe even hazardous to their health. Don't miss a potentially devastating issue with your dog's physical and mental well-being and instead, here are simple explanations for three common and unusual types of dog behavior: Read More 

What Every Dog Owner Needs To Know About Food Poisoning In Dogs

12 October 2016
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Dogs can be a mischievous bunch. And they love to eat. This combination can lead to serious health implications of food poisoning for dogs that adore digging in the trash and beg their owners incessantly for goodies. But it's not just these antics that pet owners need to be aware of. There have been lawsuits filed against dog food manufacturers for selling dog food that has poisoned man's best friend. Here's what you need to know about food poisoning if you own a dog. Read More 

5 Things Chicken Owners Need To Know About Fatty Liver Disease

27 June 2016
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Chickens have become increasingly popular pets in recent years, and if you have a chicken coop in your backyard, you're not alone. But you should be aware that backyard chickens are susceptible to a variety of diseases and health problems, so they require just as much veterinary attention as more traditional pets. One of the health problems that your pet chickens can develop is fatty liver disease. Here are five things chicken owners need to know about fatty liver disease. Read More