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Chiropractic care focuses on diagnosing, treating and preventing nerve stress caused by distortions in the musculoskeletal system, with special emphasis on the spine. This stress is known as a subluxation. Subluxations can cause physical and emotional malfunction. They are associated with loss...
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“You are going to LASER my dog?” Yes, lasers are being used by veterinarians in the treatment of your four-legged companion.  We are  accustomed to hearing of lasers being used in applications as diverse as   telecommunications to manufacturing computer circuit boards. Now,...
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Below are a few human medicines that can also help you dogs. Please talk to your vet first!   Benadryl – This helps to treat your dog’s allergies and itching. 1/2 mg per pound of dog every 8 hours. Buffered Aspirin –...
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Apple cider vinegar is something that can improve your dog’s health. It is filled with minerals and essential vitamins, including magnesium, potassium and iron. The best apple cider vinegar is that which is fermented and unfiltered as it contains the most enzymes...
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    In honor of National Adopt a Senior Dog Month,  Dr. Julie Buzby of  ToeGrips is offering a  The Grey Muzzle Organization supporters for 10% off of ToeGrips products to honor the Grey Muzzle Organization during the month of November. Use Coupon...
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The service of pet home euthanasia is arelatively new offering. Most people do not even know it is available across thecountry. While the idea is unfamiliar to many, the concept is simple: Rather than take your pet to the family veterinarian’s office...
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Animal massage for companion pets is currently a growing field. We all know everyday touch can bring our dogs comfort, but massage does much more than this: It triggers a parasympathetic response of the dog’s nervous system, signaling the dog’s body to...
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Barking is natural for most dogs and triggered by excitement, anger, loneliness, fear, playfulness or a need for something. Excessive barking however can be intolerable at times and can only be eliminated by either giving in to the dog’s demand or reconditioning...
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