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Human Food for Dogs: What’s Safe and What’s Not?

It’s a classic scenario… the family sits down to eat a meal, and you look down to see Fido begging for some scraps. In this blog, we explore foods you should NEVER give dogs, what’s OK in moderation, and what’s fine for you to slip underneath the table.

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The Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Dogs and Cats

Are omega 3 fatty acids good for dogs and cats? You bet! Here’s more on the benefits of supplementing your pet’s diet with fish or fish oil.

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How to Slim Down an Overweight Cat

Is your kitty not as agile or svelte as they used to be? You’re not alone…An estimated 60 percent of cats in the U.S. are overweight or obese, with 33.5 percent being the latter. Here are 5 ways you can help your cat lose weight or maintain a healthy weight.

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Healthy Dog Food Guide

Food plays a HUGE role in the overall health of your dog, which is why it’s essential to choose the healthiest dog food you can to keep your them healthy and happy! However, there’s far more to choosing the right dog food than you may realize- so what are the best choices you can make when feeding your dog?

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The Magic of Dog Bowl – Dan Schachner Interview

Although Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl is a fan favorite during Super Bowl Sunday, a new companion game called “The Dog Bowl” also started running in February 2018. We interview Dan Schachner, referee of both games, to learn what makes Dog Bowl unique and discover some of the surprising advantages of bringing an adult dog into your home!

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Understanding Dog Body Language

As much as we’d love it if they could- our dogs can’t speak people language. However, they do tell us a lot with vocalizations, body movements, and facial expressions to let us know how they are feeling as their own way of “speaking” to us. Learn more about what your dog is telling you with his actions and become fluent in dog!

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How to Exercise Your Dog in Winter

Like humans, dogs need regular exercise to stay happy and healthy. During the warmer months, it’s pretty simple to make sure your dog gets out every day for a walk. But the winter months can present quite a challenge for many pups and owners alike.

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Grain-Free Dog Food and Heart Disease?

If you feed your dog a grain-free diet, you’ve probably heard about the potential link between grain-free dog foods and a condition called canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). And if not…well, listen up, because it’s something that needs to be on your radar.

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Which Vaccines Do Dogs and Cats Really Need?

Does this sound familiar? It’s about a month before your pet’s annual checkup at the vet’s office, and you’re suddenly inundated with notices about all the different shots your dog or cat is due to receive…If so, you’ve likely wondered, “how often do cats and dogs really need vaccines…every year or not?”

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Natural Flea and Tick Prevention for Dogs & Cats

One of the most important things that you can do for your pets is prevent flea and tick problems- these bugs carry all sorts of disease and can make your pet’s life miserable. But what’s the best way to do this, especially when many modern repellants are just poisons? Inside, I share the best NATURAL methods to keep fleas and ticks off your furry friends.

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Which Vitamins and Supplements Do Pets Need?

If you take vitamins and nutritional supplements to support your health, you’ve probably wondered if vitamins may be good for your dog or cat, too. After all, our pets face some of the same issues of aging that we do…right? The answer here is both yes and no. Our pets absolutely can benefit from a […]

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Dental Care for Dogs and Cats

Though it may be obvious, if your pets’ chompers aren’t cleaned regularly, they can have the same problems as humans, from gum disease to losing teeth. Unfortunately, they can’t just pick up a toothbrush and toothpaste and go to town. Learn more about how often to brush your pets’ teeth, and other ways to keep your pets’ teeth shiny white and plaque free.

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Tips for Choosing the Healthiest Cat Food

When shopping for cat food, there are a lot of choices you can make in the grocery store. Wet food, dried food, numerous labels and certifications to consider and more. In this blog post, learn more about the basics of kitty nutrition and exactly what to look for and what to avoid when shopping for your cat.

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Keep the Spring in Kitty’s Jump with Cat Joint Care

Cats are fun, playful and sometimes mysterious creatures that seem like they don’t have a care in the world. However, these same traits make it very difficult to tell when your cat is arthritis… they are actually very good at hiding it! Discover some of the symptoms of arthritis in cats, what to look out for to know when your cat needs joint help, and the best ways to help your cat deal with arthritis issues.

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5 Natural Dog Anxiety Relief Strategies

If you’re a dog lover like I am, you know that every time you come home, your dog acts like you’ve been gone for weeks. But, when is this your dog being your dog, and when is it true fear and separation anxiety? Learn more about what causes dog anxiety, some anxiety symptoms to watch out for, and how to keep your anxious pet calm, especially around loud, guest-filled holidays.

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Homemade Turkey-Pumpkin Dog Cookies

While my Ageless Paws freeze-dried treats are as close to nature as you can get and great in any situation, sometimes you just can’t beat making a homemade treat for your pets. These pumpkin dog treats contain 5 nourishing, whole ingredients without artificial preservatives or flavors for a home-baked cookie your dog will LOVE!

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The Best Dog and Cat Treats are Freeze Dried

I often mention how my single-ingredient treats are freeze-dried for quality and freshness. But it’s way more than just that- freeze-dried treats really are one of the healthiest, safest, and all-around best ways to give your pet a delicious treat. Learn more about the process and why I think it’s so important that my treats are created in the method they are.

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Pet Parent Reviews of Ageless Paws Treats and More

Ageless Paws treats and supplements are some of the best products you can find- but don’t just take my word for it! Across the country, pet parents are raving about how their beloved furry friends love our products. Enjoy an unboxing Ageless Paws video with our friend Beth Bell and her dog Lily, and see what pet parents love about Ageless Paws.

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Dogs and Chocolate: A Dangerous Combination

Chocolate is at the very top of the list of things that can be fatal to your dog, and dog owners everywhere to keep those candy bars HIGH up on the shelf. Inside, I discuss the best preventative measures to keep your dogs from reaching chocolate, why chocolate is so bad for them, and what to do if your dog does manage to ingest chocolate so you are completely prepared.

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Pet Health Insurance – Is It for You?

Pet insurance is a double-sided coin… on the one hand, you want to keep your pet healthy no matter what, but on the other, it is another expense on your bank account. So is it really worth it? Learn more about how pet insurance really works, if the cost is worth the payout in the end, and the best preventative measures you can take to keep this from even becoming a problem.

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Training a Dog (or Cat)? Use Love, Praise & Training Treats!

A well trained dog or cat can make life much easier for many owners. But what is the best way to train them? Well with treats of course. Discover how to eliminate the negative, and use treats and positive reinforcement training to turn your pet into an obedient, well behaved friend.

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Helping the Hearts of My Patients—And My Pets

I’ve been crazy about dogs ever since I was a kid. As a result, dogs have always been a big part of my personal life and my professional life. In fact, over the 40-plus years I’ve studied, researched, and practiced cardiology, I’ve owned many dogs and have tried to use my clinical experience with human […]

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Protecting Pets from Poisonous Plants

As a dog owner, you’ve probably seen your dog stop to take a snack on a delicious “salad” of grass when outside… dogs really do eat some of the strangest things! In this blog post, I’ll discuss more about why dogs do this, if it’s safe for them, and how to help you identify and keep your pets safe from some of the more dangerous (and sometimes very common) poisonous plants.

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19 Ways Your Dog Makes Your Life Awesome

Dogs are awesome, and every day they show us why! In fact, science has shown that sharing life with a dog is good for your body, mind and soul. Today, I wanted to list the 19 human reasons why dogs are the bests, from helping you stay exercised, to protecting you, to maybe even getting you a date!

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Switch to Healthy Dog Food and Avoid the Next Recall

One of the scariest things that you can experience is turning on the news and seeing a recall- for your pet’s brand of dog food! Yet, this happens all of the time! So… is there a healthy, safe dog food out there you can absolutely rely on? Let me show you what to look out for when purchasing dog food, and some options for making your dog’s food healthier.

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7 Natural Ways to Ease Cat Anxiety

Cats can get pretty scary when they are stressed out… when the claws come out, watch out! People love their cats and don’t want to see them get stressed, and there’s a number of things you can do to help your cat stay calm in a stressful situation, whether it’s a trip to the vet or just having too many people around.

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Do You Need a Service Dog for Pain Management?

We all love to see a dog in a bright orange vest… who doesn’t love a helpful service dog? However, the question remains, can you get one for chronic pain management. Together, we’ll look at the difference between service dogs and emotional support dogs, and how service dogs actually can be a godsend to help with significant pain!

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10 Great Reasons to Give Your Dog Probiotics

Supporting your dog’s stomach is important- as important as supporting anywhere else on your dog’s body. That’s why I support giving your dog probiotics to support your dog’s digestive and immune system. Here are the 10 great reasons why I think dog probiotics are key in keeping your pet happy and healthy.

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Chewie as a Puppie

5 Ways to Support Your Dog’s Joint Health

I’ve owned many dogs in my life, but one of my favorites was a chow chow named Chewie. She and I were attached at the hip. We traveled everywhere together—including my office, where she never failed to bring smiles to my patients’ and staff’s faces, or to raise my spirit during long days. It broke […]

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Paraffin Candles Can Be Toxic to Pets

Candles can be a very homey sort of thing to burn in your house, and can make your home smell wonderful. But before you light one up, you should know that between the hot wax and the toxic fumes, pets and candles don’t go well together. Here are some of the dangers of mixing pets with paraffin candles, and some of the alternatives you can burn instead.

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Natural Solutions to Cat Behavior Problems

Cats are known for their strong personality traits, and many people who own cats know they vary between loving purr machines to being full of “cattitude”. However, sometimes cats go to far with the ‘tude. However, sometimes cats go too far with the ‘tude. This blog post will show you how to understand your cat’s behavior, and what to do when your cat is being a problem child.

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