Pet Meds

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Which dog and cat breeds live the longest?

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Having a long life with your pet is important to you. Like all great pet parents, you are always feeding your dog or cat high-quality food, giving your pet supplements to stave off future problems, and making sure your pet
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The use of probiotics is gaining wider acceptance

Could your pet benefit from probiotics?

(By: Dr. Dym)

One of the biggest areas of nutritional supplementation that is gaining wider acceptance by even the most conservative and conventional veterinarians and MDs is the addition of probiotics to various treatment protocols. Both probiotics and prebiotics contain various digestive and
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Never give a dog a medication prescribed for another dog

Why you shouldn’t split heartworm medication between dogs

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Times are still tough for many people and, let’s face it, who doesn’t want to save a little money? With that in mind, many pet parents with multiple dogs wonder about buying a larger dose of heartworm chewables or tablets
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Atopic dermatitis is common in pets

Atopica–relief for your pet’s skin allergies

(By: Jennifer Simms)

Your pet is part of your family unit and their health is of the utmost importance. Your veterinarian does not see your pet on a day-to-day basis, so it is up to you to notice any physical changes in your
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