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Holiday Note: Is the Fun Worth the Risk?

Feeding high fat foods, such as turkey skin, is not good for dogs. That being said, neither are cheese-its or popcorn or a million other things people use in the real world as treats for their dogs every day. Read more

Pet Food Recall

Amid all the pet food recalls there is so much controversy about feeding our pets commercial pet foods. Can you recommend a food that I can make at home for my dog? Read more

Dog Eating Feces

We have two dogs, and Lola, our youngest who is almost two years old, loves to eat poop. Now that she is eating poop, our other dog Bo, who is three years old, has copied her in this bad habit. Read more

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Abrasions

When the top layers of skin have been abraded and tissue under the skin is not disturbed, we refer to this injury as a skin abrasion. Read more

Airway Obstruction

Complete airway obstruction is rare in small animals but is a serious medical emergency when it does occur. Read more

Bee Sting/Insect Bite

In some geographic locations, especially the southern states, some insects, such as fire ants, can really create an unpleasant experience for your pet. Read more

Broken Toenail

If you plan on trimming your dog's nails, ask your veterinary staff to show you how to trim nails to keep them close to the quick (live part of the toenail). Read more

Bleeding

Apply firm direct pressure over the area until the bleeding stops. Hold the pressure for at least 10 straight minutes. Continually releasing the pressure to check the wound will hamper the clotting. Read more

Bloat

Stomach expansion due to a build-up of gas or froth which cannot be expelled by belching or passage along the intestinal tract will lead to bloat. Bloat, or gastric dilatation, can occur rapidly and be fatal within hours of onset. Read more
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