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The Best Pet Health & Care Advice From Real Vets | PetMD

Choosing the right food for your pet can be a big decision, and one that weighs heavy on the minds of many pet owners. There are so many options out there—dry, canned, freeze-dried, raw, “all-natural,” grain-free, etc.—and even more information and opinions to support or refute these various options.

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The Best Pet Health & Care Advice from Real Vets | PetMD

Posted: (1 days ago) Choosing the right food for your pet can be a big decision, and one that weighs heavy on the minds of many pet owners. There are so many options out there—dry, canned, freeze-dried, raw, “all-natural,” grain-free, etc.—and even more information and opinions to support or refute these various options.

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Symptom Checker for Dogs & Cats | PetMD

Posted: (2 days ago) Many pet parents that come into the office think that their dog couldn’t possibly get worms for one reason or another. But every dog… read more. Why Is My Dog Pooping Blood? As gross as it may seem, we all check out our dog’s poop. And, actually, checking your dog’s poop is a really good habit to get into. Dog poop (or “stool”) can ...

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Dog Conditions and Diseases - Advice from PetMD Vets

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Dog Topic Center | PetMD

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Insulin - Pet, Dog and Cat Medication and Prescription List

Posted: (1 days ago) Insulin must be given to your pet by an injection 1 to 2 times a day. Because it is a protein, the acids in the stomach would digest it if you were to administer it orally. The proper dose of insulin is determined by your veterinarian through a series of glucose level tests. It is best to give this drug to a pet with a full stomach.

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