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Bloat (GDV) and Your Dog - Being Prepared for a Life-Threatening Emergency

Bloat, sometimes referred to as “torsion”, or “GDV” is something we hope your dog never experiences. Ever. For those who have had a canine friend or companion affected by bloat, our hearts go out to you and your dog. Devastating and heart wrenching to observe, bloat is thought to be one of the most excruciating experiences for a dog to endure, and sadly, often results in death. We hope the following information can help prevent any of our readers’ dogs from ever having to experience this painful condition.  Hopefully, you will never need this information, but EVERYONE RESPONSIBLE FOR A DOG MUST know these facts about 'Bloat'! 1. Bloat is a life threatening emergency. Bloat is one of the top causes of...

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Supercharged by Raspberries: What you need to know now about Raspberry Seed Extract (Ellagic Acid) as a natural supplement for pets and people.

... so why is raspberry seed extract seen by some as one of the most important discoveries as a natural cancer fighter? Read on to see how you can have a significant impact on the health and immune strength of your family and your pets

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Choosing the Best Food For Your Dog: Thinking Critically About Your Dog's Food:

Some hints and tips to help you find the right food for your dog: By Frenchie Long-Sabados One of the questions I hear most often is “what is the best food on the market”? The reason for this question is simple: animals are family, and just like children we want them to have the best possible care and food the market has to offer. However, this question is not always so easy to answer. There will always be a “top quality” food on the market, and one of them will ALWAYS be the best. However, the BEST may not be what is RIGHT for your canine companion... I hope that the following information will help you to feel more comfortable...

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Icky Tummy? How You Can Help:

We recently posted an article all about what we refer to as "Icky Tummy". Vomiting and diarrhea are no fun for anyone, and being prepared can help. Click the link below to read about when to see your vet, what to ALWAYS have on hand, and a few safe, natural remedies commonly accepted to help with the effects of common tummy troubles in dogs: (http://www.endurapet.com/pages/the-icky-tummy-page-safe-natural-help-for-your-dogs-upset-tummy)

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Spooky Safe Fun for Pets on Halloween

The doorbell rings, and oh BOY! Behold groups of small humans shouting for TREATS! And they are clothed in what appear to be head-to-toe squeaky toys… No worries, little doggies and kitties, because pets don't need to be left out of the fun.  When it comes to costume time, there are a lot of fun ways to dress our pets for the season.  If you want to dress up your furry friend but your beloved beastie refuses to wear a full on head to toe costume, fun  party collars or festive themed bandannas are usually well accepted by everybody. As always, just take any costumes off before leaving them alone. Of course, if your pets are not that excited about Halloween...

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