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    • 1.

      Help, My Pet Has Diarrhea!

      by David Brooks - 2006-12-05
      One of the most common reasons pet owners seek the help of a veterinarian is because their pet has diarrhea. Whether it is a regular occurrence for a pet with an over sensitive digestive system or a o...
    • 2.

      Simple Health Tips to Help you Take Better Care of your Dog

      by Patricia Wagner - 2006-12-06
      Is your dog one of your best friends? If so, you're especially motivated to want to take care of his health. As I'm sure you're aware, your pet's health is a very important part of your responsibilit...
    • 3.

      The Decision to Put Your Pup to Sleep

      by John Grimes - 2006-12-28
      Dogs are absolutely wonderful pets. As the years pass, they become an integral part of your family. Unfortunately, the life span of a pup is not as long as ours which leads to some difficult decisions...
    • 4.

      The Basics Of Dog Health

      by Terry Roberts - 2007-01-18
      Dogs, just like humans, have a variety of conditions that can affect their health. Unfortunately, dogs can have bone and joint problems, eye problems, nervous disorders, digestive, respiratory and car...
    • 5.

      First Dog Vet Visits: How To Avoid A Nightmare

      by Kelly Marshall - 2007-01-20
      Taking your dog or puppy to the vet doesn't have to be traumatic provided that it is handled and managed well right from the very first encounter. Most puppies will already have been to the vet at lea...
    • 6.

      Is My Cat Eating Correctly? (Part two)

      by David Brooks - 2007-02-07
      4) Which is the best cat food to choose?There are so many different brands of cat food on the market, the 'best' one is basically a matter of opinion. Certainly palatability is a factor, there's no po...
    • 7.

      Pigeon Toed Horses and Lameness

      by John Silveira - 2007-02-10
      Studies have shown there's a 98% chance most horses feet are pigeon toed. This fact puts the horse at risk of lameness due to instabilities in its gait or motion and way of travel. Farrier textbooks s...
    • 8.

      Don't Let Fido Get Sick as a Dog!

      by Steve Dolan - 2007-02-13
      IntroductionYou love your dog. And like most dog-owners, you likely consider your dog to be a part of your family. That is why your dog's health is so important. Just as you would be concerned abou...
    • 9.

      Aortic Stenosis in Dogs

      by Babu Banik - 2007-02-15
      This is one of the most serious concerns for the pet owners - especially for the persons who own dogs. Aortic Stenosis is a type of serious heart problem. The disease involves narrowing of the outflow...
    • 10.

      Jake - A Vet's Dog

      by Avi Levine - 2007-03-01
      The Vicar comes to callWhen the Vicar walked through the waiting room door a frisson of excitement rippled round the people already waiting there. Glances were exchanged even as the seated men and wo...