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CBD Dosage for Dogs – How Much is Too Much?

Dogs receive the same benefits from CBD that humans do. This is due to the fact that they too have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) which is made up of receptors that CBD molecules bind to. At the time of this article, we know that the ECS regulates several of the most important physiologic pathways in […]

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Tips For Choosing The Ideal Dog Breeder

German Rottweiler Puppies for sale in Mississippi Dog breeders can be found just about anywhere. But, finding the best-looking pup at the pet shop doesn’t actually ensure that you bought a dog with a good breed. Do you know the different kinds of breeders? The ones that deliver an ideal dog breed? 1) Try to […]

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Are Vitamins and Supplements for Dogs Helpful?

Around 36.5% of all families in America own a dog and if you are one of them, then you could very well consider yours as just another part of your family. Ensuring your dog leads a long, healthy life involves feeding him a quality diet and ensuring he gets enough exercise, but you may wonder […]

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10 Reasons Why Your Dog Won’t Eat (Infographic)

When seeing that our dog won’t eat, it inevitably makes us anxious and concerned. But not all cases of loss of appetite are alarming. So, before jumping to conclusions or starting to panic, run through the checklist below. Sometimes it can be your dog’s natural reaction to have over-eaten in the last couple days, or […]

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Humans and their pet dogs: Shared cancers, shared hope

In human medicine a gold standard of diagnosis and prognosis for numerous cancers has involved cytogenetic (linking the study of genetic inheritance with the study of cell structure) assessment of the tumor cells. Within the past few years scientists have demonstrated that characteristic cytogenetic changes associated with human cancers are shared in corresponding canine cancers. […]

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The Dog Who Eats Anything

By Jon Geller, DVM Q: Why do many dogs eat rocks, roots, grass, dog and cat feces, coins, jewelry, TV remotes and moldy trash? A: Dogs that eat unusual or inanimate objects account for close to half of the patients in most veterinary emergency hospitals. While it is unpleasant for […]

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