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Fertilizer Danger in Dogs

Fertilizer ingestion is common with small animals. Pets, especially dogs, find the contents of fertilizers quite tasty. Often, they’ll tear the bags open to ingest the contents. When our canine family members come in contact with fertilizer products, the effects […]

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Hyperactivity in Dogs

Most dogs labeled hyperactive by their owners are better described as hyperkinetic.  Veterinarians and behaviorists believe most symptoms of hyperactivity that dog owners complain about are either breed specific behaviors, or conditioned behaviors.  Dogs with this condition show poor attention […]

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Bone Cancer in Dogs

The most common bone tumor in dogs is a type of cancer called Osteosarcoma. These are tumors that originate from bone cells and are highly aggressive in nature. They are most commonly seen in older, large breed dogs. Osteosarcoma is […]

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Does your dog get anxiety in the car?

For dogs that aren’t used to riding in a car, the motion and vibrations can cause them to be fearful of traveling. Car anxiety is a fairly common condition in canines, and it can lead to a stressful day. Not […]

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Canine Acupressure

Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique similar to acupuncture.  Acupuncture is one aspect of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM).  It focuses on restoring the energy balance in the body and promoting healing.  It is based on the concept of life […]

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Arthritis in Senior Dogs

Arthritis in older dogs is a very common problem. In fact, research indicates that 60% of dogs over the age of 7 are likely to develop arthritic symptoms as they continue to age. There are numerous types of arthritis that […]

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