Tag Archives: Dog Chewing Feet

Pet Matters-Sudden Illness

Sudden Illness Deserves Prompt Attention Don’t you just hate it when you get sick but your doctor can’t see you that day – or maybe for several days! Then you feel like you’re starting all over again with someone you … Continue reading

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Pet Matters-Happy Trails and Tails

Happy Trails & Tails It’s time to hit the trails with your pooch again. Hiking is great for young and old dogs and owners alike. Just be safe and be considerate of others enjoying the great outdoors. Be sure that … Continue reading

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Pet Matters- What is the largest organ of the body?

What is the largest organ of the body? You might be surprised to know that it’s the skin. Skin diseases are some of the most common problems we see every day. Parasites of the skin – fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, mites … Continue reading

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Valentine Gifts for your Pets

Valentine Gifts For Your Pets   Along with those fun treats, toys and jackets think about giving your pet something really meaningful. Last month our columns discussed the sad reality of cancer in our pets. Of course there are many … Continue reading

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Stop Chewing Your Feet! (Part II)

If you’re sure there are no fleas on your pet or in your home, then inhaled allergens are the next most likely reason for inflamed, itchy skin. Tree, grass and weed pollen in the spring, summer and fall, as well … Continue reading

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Stop Chewing Your Feet!

Is your itchy pet driving you crazy?  Pollen counts are at high levels now. Inhaled or contact allergies to pollens, molds or dust mites are often the cause. Food allergies are possible but less common. Parasites like fleas or skin … Continue reading

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