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Overweight dogs are becoming more common now than ever before. Most of the time it tends to sneak up on pet parents. If your dog is a bit overweight and needs to shed a few pounds, it's important to go about it in a healthy way.
Dachshunds have a small frame that make them more susceptible to certain health problems due to obesity. Learn about their ideal body weight here.
Keep your dog’s weight in the right range for their breed with this chart that shows the optimum weight for over 200 different breeds.
A healthy diet - especially when combined with regular exercise - can work wonders for maintaining your dog's health from youth through old age. Learn how to keep your dog healthy.
You may have heard that it is important to spay or neuter your pets, but why? Find out the medical and behavioral benefits that come with spaying/neutering.
Notice your pet seems under the weather? It could be something minor, but there are serious health concerns that can strike cats and dogs and that will need medical attention. Find out here what symptoms pet parents should look out for.
Hairballs are a nuisance to clean up and not much fun for our cats, either. Here are the top products for reducing hairballs for your cat.
A raw food diet could control your Shih Tzu's weight, build lean muscle mass, and improve the condition of their skin and coat.
Diabetes is diagnosed in dogs and cats more often than you would think. Learn the 5 facts you need to know to protect your pet.
Learn about the symptoms of the most common and the most concerning diseases that can affect your senior dog here.
There are many health concerns that can affect large dogs, and you can learn how to monitor your pet's mobility and health to catch potential issues. Here's what you need to know.
Diabetes is a disease that affects both dogs and cats. The good thing is, it can be managed and controlled. Learn more about your pet's treatment options here.
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