Coprophagia In Dogs | Best 6 Tips On How To Prevent & Treat It

By Pete Coulis / April 25, 2022

Overview: Coprophagia in dogs is the practice of eating stool (feces). This can be the dogs’ own stool, or the stools of other animals. Dog owners love a heartfelt kiss from their furry friend, but if you catch your pal eating poop first, all bets are off. Why Do Dogs Eat Poop? We dog owners…

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Glucosamine For Dogs In 2022: Comprehensive Guide & Tips

By Pete Coulis / April 9, 2022

Glucosamine For Dogs: What Exactly Is This Natural Compound & How Can It Dramatically Improve Mobility In Dogs?  

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DIY Dog & Cat Treats

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / December 4, 2020

Is your pet starting to get bored around the house with the same old toys? While we want to give our pet the world as a pet owner, we know that a new toy will not last long at all. So, instead of rushing to the pet store for a new toy, how about trying…

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Tips for Using Digestive Enzymes in Dogs

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / November 3, 2020

Anytime I go for a slice of pizza, a grilled cheese, or anything else with a lot of dairy, I know it’s a bit of a mixed blessing. Boy do I love those foods, but boy will I regret it later. What most of us wouldn’t give to digest some things just a little better.…

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Halloween Costumes for Pets

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / October 16, 2020

Are you ready for Halloween? This year’s holiday may not look the same as before, but that doesn’t mean you and your pet can’t have fun together! With the night inching closer and closer, the rush to pick out a costume is upon us. While you search for the perfect costume, don’t forget to include…

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Tips for Caring for Senior Dogs

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / October 5, 2020

“He’s having a hard time getting up the stairs.”

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6 Tips to Stop a Dog From Peeing in the House

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / September 28, 2020

There may be nothing more frustrating and stressing on the bond shared with a pet than to find a freshly laid urine puddle sitting on the kitchen floor. Or a wet spot on the carpet that you really hope is just water, but know it really isn’t.

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Cat UTI’s, Bladder Stones, and Blockages

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / September 7, 2020

One of the great things about cats is that they are independent and fairly self-sufficient.

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Problem with Bad Dog Breath? Here’s What to Do

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / August 17, 2020

I love dog kisses. Warm, wet tongue licks from my patients indicate a sense of connection and the bond I have with them. And, quite frankly, it just brightens my day to get a big lick in the face from an excited and happy pup.

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12 Essential Vitamins for a Healthy Pup

By Dr. Chris Vanderhoof, DVM, MPH / August 3, 2020

Vitamins are practically a household term. Many of us take some kind of vitamin, like a multivitamin, everyday. Without question, they’re considered a staple of good health. But what is a vitamin? And more importantly, which vitamins are essential for dogs in order to stay healthy?

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