Weekly update

FDA-Approved Treatment Causes Reactions in 2 out of 3 Dogs

Even veterinarians routinely prescribe these based on an animal’s history. But that could be a tragic mistake with this dangerous chemical. Seizures, tremors, lack of muscle control or death could occur, even if your dog has never had an adverse reaction in the past.

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Never Do This to Protect Your Dog From COVID-19

Concerned about viral transmission, people are making a greater effort to clean and sanitize their homes. Unfortunately, some pet owners have taken precautionary measures a little too far with their pets. Please, if you believe you need to protect your dog, do this instead.

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The Surprising Link Between Dog Size and Behavior

Do dogs really know how big they are? How does a dog’s size influence his behavior? Discover the link between 90% of unwanted behaviors, such as separation anxiety, begging for food, urine marking, mounting, aggression and fear of other dogs, and a dog’s height, size and skull shape.

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How to Enjoy Walking Your Dog

The most important thing you can do to make dog walks joyful for you both is to establish good leash manners as early as possible. While that may sound challenging if your puppy or grown dog is an overly enthusiastic leash-puller, following these tips can help you get the most out of your walks.

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How Does Your Pet Really Feel About E-Collars?

If your cat or dog has ever been forced to wear an Elizabethan collar, aka the ‘cone of shame,’ post-surgery or to protect a hot spot, you might have wondered how she perceives the experience. A study of 434 pets wearing E-collars reveals how they can affect both the animal and the owner.

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