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Buying Pet Medications Online – Being A.W.A.R.E.

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Have you ever considered buying your pet’s medications online?  There are many things you should consider first. The first step, the “A” is for ask. Ask your

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Dog Stew

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Try this simple to prepare recipe for your dog.  Easy to make and keeps well in the refrigerator. ½ lb. ground turkey (may substitute left over cooked turkey)

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What To Monitor In A Diabetic Dog

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A diabetic dog needs closer monitoring than a dog without diabetes. Your dog cannot tell you how they feel.  You need to know the subtle changes that could signal problems in your diabetic dog. Daily Monitoring – All Could Indicate High Blood Glucose 1.      Take a look at

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Liver Treats

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1 cup whole wheat flour 1 cup regular flour 1 cup cornmeal 2 tbsp vegetable oil 1 egg, beaten 1/2 cup chicken stock (you can use the juice from boiling the livers)

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Constipation Prevention For Dogs

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Prevention is the best medicine. This oft repeated quote is certainly true for dogs and constipation.  There are three simple ways to prevent constipation in dogs. Hydration. Provide your dog with

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Constipation Treatments For Dogs

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Nearly all dogs will constipated at some time during their lives.  Usually it is nothing to worry about. Constipation in dogs is usually

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Constipation Causes in Dogs

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Constipation in dogs can be caused by a variety of things.  Often if you can identify the cause of constipation, you can prevent. Not enough fiber intake Fiber absorbs water in the digestion process and

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Constipation Symptoms in Dogs

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You think your dog may be constipated, but how can you really tell?  Your dog cannot tell you.  You must watch for these symptoms.   Refusal of Foods. A constipated dog may be

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Preventing Overheating Dogs – Hyperthermia

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Heatstroke is when the normal bodily mechanism fails to keep the dogs temperature within a safe range. Some dogs have short noses and oversized heads.  This makes them especially susceptible to overheating.  So the best step is prevention. Provide

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Helping Your Dog Overcome The Fear Of Loud Noises

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Some dogs quake when they hear any loud sounds.  This can often occur even when the dog has no traumatic association with sound. Some dog’s reaction to loud noises is to escape the noise at any cost.  Other dogs become

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