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Tips for keeping dogs cool in summer

16 June, 2012

Summer is a dangerous time for dogs - making adjustments to their living conditions and lifestyle will help them make it through the heat wave in good health.

Here are some tips on what to do in summer to make sure your dog stays safe.

Tips for Keeping Dogs Cool in Summer

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When Protein is Bad in Your Pet's Food

28 March, 2012

Finally, an article that gives the the detailed story on the use of soy protein in commercially producted pet food. Manufacturers use this to add cheap protein to foods - but there is a long list of serious concerns and effects on your pet's health that they don't tell you about.

Read about it here - Here's One Protein Dog and Cat Owners Should Steer Clear Of 

New Year's Resolutions - Better Nutrition for your Dog!

10 January, 2012

A GREAT source for information on nutrition - Lew has a PhD in Natural Nutrition and specializes in canine digestion.  She has specific diets for dogs with special health issues and is a wonderful resource for general nutrition information and questions.  Her book is a must-read!  This is a link to her newletter - it's got a comprehensive list of her links to bookmark!

B-Naturals Newsletter - January 2012 - Resources for Nutrition and Health Problems

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FDA Approves First Drug to Treat Urinary Incontinence in Female Dogs

27 July, 2011

FDA Approves First Drug to Treat Urinary Incontinence in Female Dogs

www.fda.gov

Incurin is indicated for the control of estrogen-responsive urinary incontinence in ovariohysterectomized (spayed) female dogs.

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