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Pet Health Advice: Decoding Pet Food Claims to Find The Ideal Nutrition for Your Furry Family Member
Pet food labels can be terribly confusing for consumers. Looking for three key things can help you find a quality pet food so you can feel confident that your cat or dog is getting the proper nutrition they need to live a long, healthy life.
Visiting the veterinary emergency room is a pet parent’s worst nightmare, but every day across America pets become ill, suffer injuries, ingest poison or worse – requiring immediate veterinary care. Even the most diligent pet parents can’t protect their furry family members all the time, but there are a few things you can do to help ensure you never find yourself in this scenario.
(Family Features) With warmer weather finally arriving, it’s time to get smart about making the most of summer with your pet. To keep pets energetic and active during the summer months, take a proactive approach to protecting them from health hazards.
Your pet dog may have the key to save your life. "In a study done in Amersham, England, published in the British Medical Journal, the researchers set out to find out if dogs can be trained to identify bladder cancer solely on the odor of urine. The conclusion was successful.
In this article, Dr. Ellen I. Lowery, associate director of U.S. professional and veterinary affairs at Hill’s Pet Nutrition, offers some guidance for putting your “Pet Emergency Go-Kit” together: