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Only Natural Pet Easy
Defense Flea & Tick Tag

A safe, chemical-free
way to keep harmful pests off
of your pet that utilizes
your pet's own energy to
create a natural barrier to fleas,
ticks and mosquitoes

 

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treating pets for fleas and ticks the natural way
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Why do drug companies do things like this?

Drug companies have known since 2002 that flea treatment spot-ons, tablets and shampoos are poisonous and cause immense damage to dogs, including killing them. Yet under the guise of helping dogs, these companies continue to promote and sell them, just to make money. They are such profit-driven bastards it makes me quite angry. Please spend a few minutes reading the proof, in this comprehensive article from The Whole Dog Journal.


Emergency first aid for dogs

Life is full of surprises.... some of them very unwelcome. Any pet can be injured or become seriously ill, even at home . . .

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Obesity and weight management for dogs

If you are letting your pet become overweight with excessive treats/food and inactivity, you may well be killing your best friend with kindness . . .

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Smile! its pets' dental health month

Keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy will go a long way to preventing bad breath, periodontal disease and an extremely uncomfortable and painful mouth . . .

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Do you think your dog may have joint problems?

Have you noticed that your dog is slowing down,no longer able to jump into the car, having difficulty walking up stairs or finishing his walks? All of these symptoms can indicate that your pet is experiencing the discomfort and pain of joint disease. . . .

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How to keep track of your dog's vital information

In the unfortunate events that your dog is stolen or has taken itself off and lost its way home, it is important that you keep all of her records in a safe place. These details will be invaluable to help the police and or local animal shelters locate you and enable your pet to be returned home safely.

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Dog safety guide for parents

Many children enjoy growing up with a dog as a family pet. Despite the fact that the vast majority of dogs are friendly, parents must be aware that a dog bite can cause serious injury to their child.

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Epileptic seizure disorders in dogs

If you dog suffers from seizures, make yourself familiar with the causes, and signs and symptoms of seizures so you can support and reassure him during his epileptic fits.

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Laparoscopic ovariectomy - a safer alternative to traditional spaying

Laparoscopic procedures have become increasingly available and demanded by dog owners because of the increasing awarness to the benefits of decreased patient morbidity (less postoperative pain and quicker return to normal activity).

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Anal sac disease

Is your dog scooting its behind on your carpet or ground? It's trying to tell you something!

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Caring for your senior pet

So your older furry friend is "not so perky", "slowing down" or "a little stiff"? It is probably in pain and needs your help.

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Heartworm medication Part 1: Truths, omissions and profits

Heartworm medication Part 2: Options to fear-based recommendations

All about how dogs get heartworms disease and how you can keep your pets safe from this deadly disease.

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People foods dogs should never eat

Americans spend over $10 billion dollars a year on food for their dogs. Yet despite many people buying the best food money can buy, some pets would rather eat what we eat.

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Why is my dog panting heavily

Heavy panting? Check this out. Your best friend just may be in serious trouble . . . .

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Ten steps for a dog safe Christmas tree

Keep your furry friend out of harms way, and follow these steps for a "pet safe Christmas tree" . . . .

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Kidney disease in dogs

Find out how you can recognise the sign and symptoms of kidney disease in your dog before it's too late! . . . . .

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How to cope with a farting dog

Does one fart from your dog clear a room? Here's a few tips on minimising the damage!

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