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What Is Glucosamine and Why Do We Recommend It?

In a normal joint, glucosamine combines with chondroitin to build and maintain cartilage. Cartilage is the layer between the joints that shields the bones from each other. Young, healthy dogs continually produce enough glucosamine to keep their cartilage in a healthy condition.

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Why Should I Buy Senior Cat Food?

As cats age, most of them will develop disorders and age-related conditions. Senior cat foods can help manage or delay the onset of many of these issues. Below we look at a few of these issues and how feeding a senior formula will help your cat through their senior years.

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When Your Dog is in Pain

Dogs feel pain every bit as much as people do but most dogs have evolved to hide signs of pain because it could make them vulnerable to attacks by rival dogs. Sometimes it’s quite obvious- a noticeable limp, large cut or observed trauma such as being struck by a car.

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FAQ about Microchips for Pets

What does it do and how does it work? A microchip permanently identifies your pet by transmitting a unique number that can be searched in a database to locate your contact information. The microchip contains a computer chip that uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. A special RFID reader is required to retrieve the number.

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Why Does My Dog Scoot?

It’s something no one wants to see – their dog dragging their bum along the ground, grass or carpet! While some people may want to scold their pets, there may be a good reason as to why they are doing this. So why does your dog do this and what can we do about it?

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Dangers of Holiday Plants

During the holiday's many homes are decorated with Christmas trees and various holiday plants. Some of these can be very toxic to our pets.

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