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Is My Pet’s Upset Stomach a Serious Problem?

November 16, 2015

One of the most common reasons that pets end up in the veterinary hospital or ER is due to vomiting and diarrhea, known medically as gastroenteritis. While trauma and poisonings are common and more dramatic, this sometimes simple, sometimes complex condition accounts for a big percentage of veterinary visits. In some cases, the cause can be serious, or elude diagnostic tests, or require hospitalization or…  

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13 Foods for Pets to Avoid During the Holidays

November 10, 2015

Super Smiley, blog dog here, and I love me some holidays! All the smells, the food… But I know we dogs aren’t supposed to eat whatever we want. That’s why we have people around – to help us curb our enthusiasm – for food!!! So here’s the scoop. There are a lot of holiday foods that you have right at your tables that can make…  

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Pets and Treats: Don’t be Tricked by These Yummy Candies

October 29, 2015

As Halloween approaches, I know you’re thinking about the best costume for your furkids! Something else to think about is what kind of treats they can have or, worse, what they can get into. Yummy candy can pose a unique threat to our furkids. Chocolate is the biggest concern, but others include raisins/grapes and sugar free candies containing Xylitol. Let’s talk about chocolate. As chocolate lovers…  

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10 Plants That Are Poisonous to Pets

October 20, 2015

I love indoor plants – they make such a great decorating “accessory.” And, judging by the array of indoor plants that one can find in supermarkets these days that reflect seasonal changes, they are indeed a popular color feature in any room. Fortunately, two of my indoor favorites, namely orchids and African violets, are safe non-toxic plants and available year-round. Lots of other popular plants…  

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