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Active and working dogs have different nutritional needs from other dogs. Find out what to look for in food for your athletic dog.
Pumpkin is more than a signature Halloween food, it's a vegetable that can be useful in your dog's diet. Learn here why pumpkin can be beneficial to your dog's long term health.
Male cats have different nutritional needs than a female cat. Most of the time it is based on age, health, behavior and metabolism. It is important that owners of male cats are well informed on the basics on their basic nutritional needs.
How do dog years correspond to people years? The rule of taking your dog’s age and multiplying by seven doesn't always work. Learn how to calculate your dog's age here.
Keeping your dog at a healthy body weight can help determine how long your dog lives. Learn how to keep your dog at their ideal weight here.
Is wet or dry dog food better for your dog? It will depend on your particular dog and their health and nutrition requirements, and also the pros and cons of these different food types.
Pneumonia is never a good diagnosis whether it’s in people or dogs. Pneumonia is a serious disease that causes damage to the lungs and lower respiratory tract, and if left untreated can be deadly.
Coprophagia, or eating feces, can have quite a few causes. Learn more here.
Are vitamins and supplements necessary for feline and canine health? Find out what they do and if your pet could benefit.
Kidney failure is a serious ailment that affects many senior dogs and cats. Make sure you know the signs, so you can help your pet in the event of this unfortunate illness.
Joint pain is part of the aging process for both dogs and pet parents alike. Read up on some ways that could slow down and possibly prevent the onset of arthritis and other joint issues for your senior dog.
The Boxer can quickly gain weight after middle age. Learn how to keep your Boxer feeling healthy here.
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