Calming New Year Nerves

We love to send the past year out with a bang, but this can sometimes prove to be more stressful than celebratory for our dogs. It’s smart to assess beforehand whether or not you think the New Year festivities will translate into a frightened fluffer (and prepare for it ahead of time). … Read More

5 Tips For A Happy Dog This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for so many people across America. We love it, too! Amazing food PLUS time with family and friends celebrating and reminiscing over all the good that’s happened during the past year. For this Thanksgiving, we have some ideas for including your pup in the festivities … Read More

The Mechanics of Joint Damage

While the joint does seem like a very protected part of the body (with the layers and layers of surrounding cartilage and muscle), it does face it’s own hurdles when damage rears its ugly head. Mechanics of Joint Damage 1. Replace cartilage with lesser cartilage When cartilage in a joint … Read More

To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate?

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate… The vast majority of people want to do what is right for their pets. With the recent and abundant information about over-vaccination in animals comes the need for alternatives. One alternative: titer testing. But just what is titer testing and what all does it … Read More

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