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The next post in our Petnet Health Series is going to look at arthritis and how it affects your pets. Canine or feline arthritis (or osteoarthritis), just like with humans, is a degenerative joint disease caused by the breakdown of the protective cartilage that covers the joints.
The next ingredient we’re covering in our ongoing series on Healthy or Not So Healthy Ingredients for Your Pet is Citrus. Citrus makes up a big part of human’s daily diet, especially breakfast, but is it good for your pet?
Your pet’s health is one of your most important concerns and jobs as a pet owner. Keeping them fit and healthy is a big responsibility and requires proper food and nutrition, proper exercise, training and mental stimulation and proper medical care, both preventative and restorative.
Your pet’s paws take a beating, just like your feet do. Humans protect their feet with shoes, but your pets go around barefoot all the time. That can take a toll on their paws and a wise pet owner recognizes this and gives their pet’s paws some extra attention to keep them strong and healthy.
Summertime brings lots of fun activities for your family and for your furry friends too. But in many parts of the country, summer also means flea and tick season and with those nasty critters it can bring lots of discomfort for your pet.
On July 31st, we salute one of the absolute best pet holidays – National Mutt Day. This pet holiday was created in 2005 by animal welfare advocate Colleen Paige. The purpose is to honor and embrace mixed breed dogs, which are the dogs that account for the largest percentage of dogs found in shelters.
We recently started a new series intended to take a deeper look at special diets for your pets. Today we’re going to turn our attention to special diets for kidney issues.
The next ingredient we’re covering in our ongoing series on Healthy or Not So Healthy Ingredients for Your Pet is watermelon. Watermelon is a summer staple and every time I see a picture of a dog chewing away at the center of a watermelon, I wonder if it’s good for them or not.