Monthly Archives: September 2011

Help- My Dog is Wetting her Bed

September 28, 2011
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Help- My Dog is Wetting her Bed

Urinary incontinence is a common problem in older dogs. Females are usually more affected by this, but males can be affected as well. When places where dogs sleep or rest are soaked with urine, it’s a red flag that urinary incontinence is present. Long-haired dogs in particular will have a distinct urine odor around...

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He Creeps…he crawls…he pounces

September 19, 2011
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He Creeps…he crawls…he pounces

                                                                                                  While cat lovers stand steadfastly by the sides of their furry felines that stalk and pounce and bite and scratch them, veterinarians hope to educate clients on how to stop those behaviors from occurring in the first place. Remember that biting and scratching are normal cat behaviors when they are hunting. Wild cats...

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Canine Flatulence…It’s a Gas

September 7, 2011
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Canine Flatulence…It’s a Gas

  I am frequently asked about what can be done about dogs that pass gas. Dogs do not belch as much as we humans do, with the result being that gas is passed out the other end. Flatulenceresults from an excess amount of gas in the GI tract. I take many things into consideration...

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