Pet nutrition is such an important part of keeping your pet healthy. On Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show, Episode 51 & 52 we discuss the importance of dog nutrition with Dr. M. Selmer. He specializes in nutrition and was extremely insightful offering advice on how to introduce your pet to natural foods. [...]
Wow! It’s hard to believe another year has passed. We wish you all a wonderful and Happy New Year! After a bit of relaxing, we have linked up a great show schedule for both Pets Teach Us So Much and for The Blog Snobs. This week we have veterinarian Dr. C. Smith from the Whippany [...]
You may have seen cute little aquatic frogs in a tank for sale at the mall, in department stores, card shops, pet stores and the like. Be forewarned, these frogs can carry Salmonella. According to the Monroe (NY) County Health Department, over 200 cases have been reported in 41 states. And that’s what has been reported. Imagine all of the cases that go unreported.
The pictures coming out of Japan are telling us a story about the third richest country in world, left in total disarray with lives shattered, people and pets lost. No one ever thought Japan would be stricken with total devastation. People just thought it wouldn’t happen to Japan. Would you be ready to evacuate your [...]
We know many of our Woofy Woo doggy friends enjoy a treat of peanut butter now and then. Please note there is a recall notice out now for Skippy brand.
Unilever Announces Recall of
Skippy® Reduced Fat Peanut Butter Spread Due to Possible Health Risk
The ASPCA reported the top 10 pet poisons by their poison control center. This is a scary list…worth a look.
The Cat/Dog Log is an excellent source of information for pet owners who are interesting in finding out more about natural, chemical free alternatives for their pets. About the Blog, from the Author: “…Our cocker spaniel Abby had been suffering with chronic skin allergies and ear infections for several years. She was on Prednisone for [...]
Disclaimer: Don’t feed your dog chocolate, ever. Now with that out of the way, Joe and I were comparing notes about our childhood pets. My dog, Frisky, was a 50 pound Foxhound mix, rescued wonder-mutt of love. His dog, Julie was a “chocolate” Laborador Retriever…ironic isn’t it? Both dogs survived a brush with chocolate. One [...]
With major chains of clothing stores closing in NYC due to bedbug infestations, we started thinking about how and if bedbugs can effect pets. Here is a Q and A of the basics. Q: I found bedbugs in my bed and my dog and cat sleep on the bed. Do I need to be concerned [...]
What is “Lepto”? Leptospirosis is caused by exposure to several types of the Leptospira bacteria, which can be found in fresh water that has been contaminated by animal urine. Risk factors include: Occupational exposure — farmers, ranchers, slaughterhouse workers, trappers, veterinarians, loggers, sewer workers, rice field workers, and military personnel Recreational activities — fresh water [...]
Sep 13 2010 | Posted in Pet Health
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