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Recovery Suits You: Why you should use a recovery suit to protect your dog's wound, post-surgical site, or hot-spot without going to the "cone zone.". Aug 1, 2021 2968
Once Bitten: What to do if you get bitten by a dog. Jul 1, 2021 2370
Sarcoptic Mange (Scabies). Jul 1, 2021 1377
Bad Dog Breath? Maybe Not! Learn about a lesser-known cause of foul facial odors. Jul 1, 2018 1666
Restraining order: canine automobile safety harnesses are not all created equal; here's the only one we'd use. Jan 1, 2015 3016
Order! labrador in the court: trained to provide inconspicuous support. Nov 1, 2014 1404
Now ear this: Regular attention, gentle care, and a little sleuthing can help fend off ear infections. Apr 1, 2014 1947
So long: don't allow your fear of hurting your dog to prevent you from keeping his feet healthy. Mar 1, 2014 1531
When work is play: a positive approach turns a serious job into a game for this talented dog. Feb 1, 2014 1651
Brushing up: why (and how) you should brush your dog's teeth. Feb 1, 2014 1580
Toss those cookies: the ins and outs of making your dog vomit. Jan 1, 2014 1641
Harness power: fit, form, and function are all important when choosing a harness for your dog. Jul 1, 2013 2556
Sniff this; you'll feel better: how a simple, fun scenting game can help shelter dogs cope (and get adopted!). Apr 1, 2013 4814
Even more support: more assistive equipment to make your dog's life--and yours, too--a little easier. Aug 1, 2011 1584
No insurance: many insurance companies refuse to cover people who own dogs of certain breeds. Jun 1, 2011 2828
On second thought: considering, feeling okay about, and seeking a second opinion. Apr 1, 2011 1297
A little extra support: "assistive equipment" that can help your dog maintain his mobility. Mar 1, 2011 1401
The gift of life: dogs, too, sometimes need blood transfusions--and therefore, donors and blood banks are needed, too. Jan 1, 2011 2224
Questions about carbs: do dogs need them? How much is enough? How much is too much? Oct 1, 2010 4198
Annual vet (not vaccine) visits: what you need to know and do when you get "that" postcard. Aug 1, 2010 3390
The last goodbye: Preparing for and coping with the death of your dog. May 1, 2010 4767
Low Stress vet visits; Dr. Sophia Yin's text (and accompanying DVD) that teaches vets, vet techs, shelter staff, and owners safe, calm handling techniques. Interview Mar 1, 2010 3642
Moving from cure to care: veterinary hospice care considerations for your canine companion. Mar 1, 2010 5171
Age is not a disease: what an owner thinks of as "just old age" is often a treatable illness. Jan 1, 2010 3015
Needling pain relief? Acupuncture helps dogs with side effects of cancer (and its treatment). Oct 1, 2009 2060
Canine rehab? Go, go, go. Dogs with pain or injuries benefit from veterinary rehab specialists. Interview Sep 1, 2009 2546
Safe and not sorry: why (and how) to condition your dog to comfortably wear a muzzle. Product/service evaluation Aug 1, 2009 3497
Mixed messages: can DNA tests really reveal the origin of your mixed-breed dog? Report Jun 1, 2009 6674
It's me and the dog: British dog trainer Victoria Stilwell promotes positive training on TV. May 1, 2009 4060
Old and confused: detect, treat, (or prevent?) canine "cognitive dysfunction syndrome.". Dec 1, 2008 2352
Vaccinations 101: Dr. Ron Schultz shares his vast expertise in vaccines with dog owners. Aug 1, 2008 2613
On guard? How to reduce, eliminate, or better yet, prevent resource-guarding. Oct 1, 2007 4833

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