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Dog ear problems are the second most common reason for vet visits. Thinking of using a dog ear cleaner? Read and learn on how to treat them.

These simple training tips can help make nail trims less stressful for you and your dog.

Many dogs cower or flee the room at the mere sight of clippers. These simple dog nail-trimming tips can help make trims less stressful for both of…

Infographic: Botulism

[INFOGRAPHIC] Botulism in - The toxins that cause this potentially fatal neurologic disease could be lurking in your horse's environment or hay.

Doterra for dog's. Learn how to heal your pet naturally with Essential oils that have been around for thousands of years.

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Doterra for dog's. Learn how to heal your pet naturally with Essential oils that have been around for thousands of years.

Dog Reflexology Points, Essential Oils for Dogs, Dogs and Essential Oils, DoTerra,*** Reflexology is not a thing

Cat Arteries Quiz | Cat Arteries & Veins – Lab « Anatomy Andy – SI Sullivan

This artery off the Aortic Arch is the Brachiocephalic, and will split to what are they? This artery picked up, is the Celiac Artery. What does it bring blood to? Where did it originate?

@D R. Justine Lee @PetHealthNet #PETS Check out this awesome blog by Dr. Justine Lee about #allergic reactions in #dogs!

Quick Guide to Dog Allergic Reactions

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Blastomycosis in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Veterinarian, Dr. Andy Roark, offers 5 signs of a pet emergency in EP 01 of Cone of Shame.

Signs of a pet emergency! Important pet safety tips for dog & cat owners to know.

If your pet gets a nose bleed - head to the vet promptly! Here's why...

If your pet gets a nose bleed - head to the vet promptly!