Month: March 2019

Three lots of Darwin’s Natural Selections dog food were recalled, but the company did not issue a public announcement, according to the FDA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on March 26, 2019, issued a letter cautioning consumers not to feed 3 specific lots of Natural Selections dog food made by Arrow Reliance Inc., doing
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Dog pimples usually appear on the muzzle and lips. Photo: Phatthanun.R Can dogs get zits? Yes, they sure can. (And cats can get zits, too.) Dog pimples, zits, acne, plukes, spots … call them what you like, but pimples are definitely a canine thing. Much like human acne affects teenagers, dog acne tends to affect
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Rat poison is extremely harmful to your dog. Even a small portion of it can be very fatal. If your canine happens to ingest rat poison, it is difficult to tell as symptoms begin to appear only after about 36 hours. It is imperative to detect the signs early and get to the treatment process
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One reason you might want to learn how to teach the “out” command is that it can help a new puppy and your older dog get along. Photo: Pixabay The “out” command, also called the “away” command, lets your dog know that they should leave the area they are in. Although this command isn’t widely
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Carrots and flaxseed meal give these dog treats a nutrition boost. Photos: Allison Gray/Petful I really love being able to make Banjo homemade treats with ingredients already on hand. And when those ingredients happen to have added health benefits? Well, that’s a win-win. After finding myself with some leftover shredded carrot, I browsed around for
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Ever since Frontline Top Spot was introduced by Merial 25 years back, it has been dominating the market for the trust it has garnered from its loyal customer base. Though many new and improved versions have been introduced since then and it was once discontinued by the manufacturer, it was brought back due to customer
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Dogs can contract kennel cough not just at kennels but also at dog parks, veterinary offices and pet stores. Photo: PIX1861 Kennel cough, an infectious canine cough caused by either a virus or a bacteria, is a term familiar to most dog lovers. Folks coined the name “kennel cough” because dogs are most susceptible to
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