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  • 9 days ago

    Blind Cat

    I took my perfectly health cat to be groomed, she was matted around her back area really bad. They gave her Acepromazine 0.04 and the gave her her shots, FVRCP/FELV 1 yr. vaccine and a rabies vaccine....When I got her home she was completely BLIND. I took her out of her cage and was so upset. Took her back to the Dr. and 370.00 later told me they didn't know what happened...Can anyone explain this to me?
  • 12 days ago

    Epileptic Dog and Anesthesia for Teeth Cleaning.

    My precious St. Bernard, (age 3) was dx'ed with idiopathic epilepsy 7 months ago. She is on Pheno and Keppra (8 hour). She is due for a teeth cleaning (plaque build up). I'd like to know what the safest anesthesia is to use due to her epilepsy. My regular vet doesn't seem to know and has no expertise in this area. Many Thanks and Sincerely hope for advice. Thank You.
  • 15 days ago

    How to Brush Your Dog's Teeth

    Do you regularly brush your pup's teeth? You might think devoting time to your canine's pearly whites sounds a little over-the-top, but good oral health is actually important to your dog's long-term well-being. Skipping brushing can lead to plaque build up, putting your dog at risk for bad breath, gum disease, tooth decay, and painful infection. Here's what you'll need and how to get started on a regular tooth-brushing routine: http://wb.md/2m45GrR Any regular brushers out there....
  • 17 days ago

    Attention: Dog Food Recall Expanded

    Evanger's is expanding its recall of Hunk of Beef dog food and also recalling its Braised Beef and Against the Grain: Pulled Beef dog foods, which may be contaminated with pentobarbital. You can learn more about how to tell if your dog's food was affected here: http://wb.md/2mCtCXK
  • 29 days ago

    News Flash: No, Your Cat Isn't a Threat to Your Mental Health

    Cat owners can breathe a sigh of relief: Despite earlier beliefs, your feline's litter box likely won't put your family's mental health at risk. But mental health worries aside, pregnant women should still be cautious about exposure to cat litter boxes, another researcher warned. You can read more here: http://wb.md/2lwsy6b
  • 1 month ago

    Hooray! It’s National Love Your Pet Day

    Our four-legged (or two-legged or maybe even eight-legged) family members are such an important part of our lives, and today is the official day to celebrate how much we love them. We want to hear about your pets. What makes them special? And, as if you needed any more reasons to love your pet, here are 27 ways they can actually improve your health: http://wb.md/2m222TR
  • 1 month ago

    How to Care for Pets When You Have Cancer

    For some of us, our pets are like our family. That's why it's so important to take the necessary steps to make sure that your pet stays happy and healthy during your cancer treatment. Cancer survivor Heather Millar shares some pet tips that cancer patients need to consider while they’re in treatment: http://wb.md/2lLLcZc Share your stories: What's the hardest thing your pet has helped you get through?
  • 1 month ago

    Attention: 'Hunk of Beef' Dog Food Recalled

    Possible contamination with pentobarbital has led to the recall of certain lots of 12-oz Hunk of Beef dog food. To date, reports indicate that five dogs became ill and one died after eating the food, according to Evanger's Dog & Cat Food. The recall affects shoppers in 15 states. Those states and the package codes for the boxes affected can be seen here: http://wb.md/2kMHMSz
  • FAMILY IN HEATED DISAGREEMENT ON WHAT TO FEED OUR NEW DOG, HELP! SO MANY KINDS OF DOG FOOD, WHAT IS BEST? WHAT DO YOU FEED YOUR DOG? THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.

    Seasons Greetings! We have been blessed by the gift of a rescue dog, and we adore her - she is 3 years old, has a beautiful personality, and fits right in, she even loves our cats and they love her, and she adores our elderly Basset Hound, Luke Skywalker, and he really likes her. The problem? 2 family members are long time vegetarians, and they are insisting that our new dog be on a strict vegetarian diet. I have researched the topic, and the information that I am finding is that in general, it's....
  • 1 month ago

    Puppy Training

    I have a 7 month old puppy and she has been in puppy training for 3 weeks now and I'm still having problems with the potty training. Any suggestions