January 31, 2014 by  
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Dogs could act as effective early warning system for patients with diabetes Aug 21, 2013 Dogs that are trained to respond to their owners’ hypoglycaemia could offer a very effective way to alert diabetic patients of impending lowered blood sugars. The findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE, is the first academic study to assess […]


December 1, 2013 by  
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The following article written by Kathy Gagliardi (Centennial Valley Animal Hospital, 20.8.12) is an important reminder that animals rely on us to keep them in an environment that allows them to maintain a stable temperature: “As we rush toward the comfort of air conditioning during hot weather, we should not forget our pets and their […]


July 20, 2012 by  
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If you have one or more dogs and you are expecting your first child, you may want to read the following article taken from AP News (Los Angeles, 31.1.12):      “Parents have months to get ready for a baby. Experts say the countdown should include prep time for pets too. A baby changes everything […]

This is why dogs need large, raw meaty bones to chew on….it’s in their DNA!

July 11, 2012 by  
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Dogs’ evolution shows why they ‘love’ gnawing on bones   The following article was taken from BBC Nature,Ottawa,Canada (10.7.12, Victoria Gill Science reporter:    Scientists say they have discovered why dogs love to eat meat and bones. Ancient canines adopted pack-living about eight million years ago, to hunt larger prey, according to researchers. The resulting evolution […]

Dogs just want to have fun

May 3, 2012 by  
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Jennifer Viegas said in her article (in Discovery News, 15.5.08): “Pampered pooches are so driven to play and please that these urges can overtake other instincts, such as being wary of strangers, a new study shows. Socialised dogs don’t even seem to care who they play with, the study says, as long as the person […]


April 5, 2012 by  
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Research indicates that many diseases can be caused from nutrient deficiencies and prevented with the right nutrient supplements but most pet owners do not realize the potential risks of buying ‘off the shelf’ supplements for their dog. Nutrient supplements can severely compromise the health of your dog if they contain harmful, cheap fillers such as talcum […]


December 28, 2011 by  
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When an animal is in pain as a result of injury or serious illness, naturally the pet’s owners become distraught and want to end their suffering by either seeking treatment for the condition or by having their pet euthanized. When veterinary treatments are offered, sometimes dog owners feel unsure whether to proceed or not for the following […]

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