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Playing percentages, your pet probably does not have food allergies. As a matter of fact, food allergies in pets are not as common as many pet owners might think. Only 5 to 10 percent of pets with allergies have a confirmed food allergy. However, pets can...
Tags: Diarrhea, Ear Infection, Allergies, Itching, Physical Conditions
A “foreign body” is the term we use to describe anything other than food that your pet may have swallowed. It can be very complicated to determine whether a particular foreign body will make your pet sick. The most difficult cases of foreign...
It is that time of year again. I’m not talking about allergy season. I’m not talking about time to treat your pets for fleas and ticks. It is the season for the dreaded and deadly parvovirus. Most pet owners have heard quite a bit about this...
Tags: Weather, Diarrhea, Disease Prevention, Vaccines, Allergies
Contributing WriterIf you are a parent, would you know how to respond if your child were to swallow poison or begin choking? A medical emergency can be frightening to anyone, so it is important to know how to respond should an emergency occur. áIf you think your child is...
Contributing WriterIn the event of an emergency, the few minutes that follow are typically the most important. These critical moments can make a difference in the outcome of the situation. Should you encounter an emergency situation, remember four important steps:...
Tags: Allergies, Health, Disasters and Accidents, First Aid
Contributing WriterI know that we don’t have snow right now, but I have been asked to repeat last year’s column on the dangers of anti-freeze. For those who don’t know, I gladly reprint it. Ethylene glycol and di-ethylene glycol are the chemical names...
Contributing WriterNo matter how closely you watch your child, accidents are going to occur, so it’s very important for you to be prepared for life’s little emergencies. If you have a child under the age of 5 in your home, make sure your medicine cabinet is...
Contributing WriterAs the holidays approach, we must plan for our pets so everyone will be able to celebrate without any disasters. Where will the animals be when you take the turkey, ham or roast beef out of the oven? A large dog can be tempted to appropriate the meat...
Tags: Onions, Potatoes, Turkey (animal), Holidays, Symptoms
Most of the time pet owners aren’t too concerned about the various objects, play toys, and things found in nature that their pets chew on. This is primarily because pets seldom seem to have any difficulty with their favorite chew toys. Actually,...
Inflammatory bowel disease is one disease seen equally in both dogs and cats and causes the same symptoms in both. In people there is a very similar condition known as irritable bowel syndrome. IBD is a disease of the gastrointestinal system of dogs...
The blistering and almost unbearable heat during the past couple of weeks has directed my attention to an extremely serious and potentially deadly condition: dehydration. The type of weather we have been experiencing, with temperatures above 90 degrees...
Tags: Diabetes, Kidney Disease, Heat Stroke, Health, Pets
When I was just a young boy growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, it was customary in our house after dinner, to scrape your dinner plate off into a pot on the stove. From a very early age, it was one of my many chores to take the pot from...
Tags: Diarrhea, Blood, Diabetes, Chemical Industry, Health
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