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Fall/Winter dog stew treat! by Johann The Dog Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:02pm It's starting to get cold outside! After a a good Fall hike, a nice romp and fetch in the snow, a little sledding with the family; who doesn't want to come home to a nice pot of stew. I know I do!!! So Mum and I thought we'd share a couple of our recipes for a Fall/Winter stew treat. It's not a substitute for our regular breakfast or dinner, ... Read on »
DON’T FALL FOR THE SCAM WITH THE PUPPY DOG EYES! by Dr. Lynn Dorman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 4:35pm                                 Sometimes the ad offers a free puppy.   Or, maybe a pure bred dog needs a new home. The scam works like this: although the dogs are "free," the seller will ask to be wired money in advance so the puppy can be safely shipped to its new owner. Some victims have even gone to the airport to pic ... Read on »
{the life} Falling in Love is Like Owning a Dog by Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 14 Feb 2012 2:49pm For Valentine’s Day this year, I gave Eric framed photos of Chuck and Indian along with a printed copy of this poem by Taylor Mali . It felt appropriate, given the year we’ve had after adopting puppies. I think it’s a lovely poem so I wanted to share. Happy Valentine’s Day! Falling in Love is Like Owning a Dog First of all, it ... Read on »
Quick fall organic lawn care tips for the health of your dog! by Johann The Dog Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 Oct 2013 7:24pm Over the years we've written a lot about organic lawn care. Why? Because we believe it's one of the most important things you can do for the health of your dog. Thanks to several groups and organizations evidence is mounting of the affects of commercial lawn chemicals on dogs and children,... Visit my blog to read more! Woofs! Read on »
Fall lawn care the green, organic way for the health of your dog and you! by Johann The Dog Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Sep 2012 9:09am In last week's post we talked about the dangers of chemical lawn treatments and the affects they can have for your dog's health and for you. Today we are talking about how you can have a lush, green, healthy, weed free organic lawn without the use of chemicals for the health and safety of you... Visit my blog to read more! Woofs! Read on »
Pets cause falling injuries by PetDoc Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 9:33am According to a CNN article, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that each year 86,000 injuries are caused by their pets. Estimates were based on data collected from 66 emergency rooms. Judy Stevens, epidemiologist with the CDC, says: "Many of them occurred while people were walking their dog or chasing either their do ... Read on »
CANCER IN DOGS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 04 Dec 2011 12:00am "We think your dog might have cancer." This is one of the most frightening sentences a pet owner can hear.  Some of you may have already been the recipient of this message and know what it feels like.  Many pet owners will hear the same message at some point in time.  So many thoughts will go through your mind, the foremost of which is, "W ... Read on »
Dog Flu Shot: Thoughts from a Vet about H3N8 by Jan R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 8:52am 1 Comment Want to learn more about the dog flu shot? Read this article by my friend, Dr. Paula Terafaj, of Founder’s Vet in Brea.  I think it’s an excellent companion to my Truth4Dogs dog flu shot article.  Before you vaccinate, investigate! Also, if you live in the So. Cal. area, check out our Safer Pet Vaccination Seminar at It’s a once i ... Read on »
SO YOU WANT TO GET ANOTHER DOG? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 Jan 2012 12:00am For whatever reason, you have decided to get a new dog.  Perhaps you've just had a long-time pet pass away, or you want to get a playmate for you current dog(s), or you're looking for your very first dog.  The acquisition of a dog involves several steps before you actually can complete the process Making the decision to get a dog ... Read on »
HALLOWEEN AND DOG BREEDS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Oct 2012 12:00am You've heard Helpful Buckeye say many times before that the Halloween holiday period is one of the most dangerous for pets.  There are many reasons for this...frightened dogs getting loose from their owners, either when walking or going out the front door; dogs getting into all the piles of candy and treats being offered; and dogs getti ... Read on »