But I Miss You SO Much! The 7-Step Plan to Calm Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety

What causes separation anxiety? Dogs are highly social creatures. Sometimes they become overly attached or dependent on their owners, leading to anxiety when owners leave them alone. However, studies have shown that not all dogs with “hyper attachment” develop separation anxiety. Instead, separation anxiety is related to the general anxiety level of the animal, which […]
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The Pet Wellness Advocate; Becoming Your Pet’s Superhero

Being a pet wellness advocate means taking responsibility for the health and well-being of your pet by learning specific techniques on how to prevent certain diseases and behaviour problems before they become a real issue.
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Helping Or Hurting? When Relieving A Pet's Pain Becomes Dangerous

Recently, I responded to a telehealth consultation from a woman calling from her cottage. It was a Saturday evening, and her regular vet’s office and the cottage vet were closed. Her dog, a husky-cross, was clearly in pain after swimming in the lake. By the time she called the telehealth line, this person was distressed. […]
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Preventing Obesity - The Importance Of Weighing Your Pet

Riddle me this: It’s a widespread disease that continues to gain momentum and has become an epidemic in our society in both people and animals. It is easy to diagnose by your veterinarian yet very hard to treat. What makes it such a horrible disease is that it is the cause of so many other conditions.
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The Importance Of Bloodwork For Your Pet's Wellness

While your veterinarian can tell you a lot about your pet’s bloodwork, as a pet wellness advocate, you can also get involved in understanding the results so that you can make a difference in helping to keep your pet healthy.
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