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  • The Scoop About Kennel Cough or More Appropriately Canine Cough

    So while we are on the subject of health topics, I want to give you the scoop about canine cough . . .

    "Kennel Cough" or more accurately, "Canine Cough" is an upper respiratory infection (bacterial or viral) that causes a deep, dry cough, runny eyes and nose, and/or vomiting of some phlem.

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  • Spring Safety Tips

    AWE . . . Spring is here in Minnesota.  I’m so happy for the warm weather! The snow has gone, the grass is greening, flowers are blooming and the birds are singing!  As much as we’d like to just sit back and enjoy it, all of these bring potential problems for our dogs that we need to prepare for. 

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  • The Canine Influenza Scare

    Our dogs are family members and we want to do the best that we can to keep them happy and healthy. There is a lot of buzz going around about canine influenza . . . causing a lot of concern.

    I believe that knowledge is power and helps us to make smart decisions regarding risk, exposure, and the health of our most precious pups.

    Here is the scoop . . .


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  • Common Household Poisons

    We all want the best for the four-legged members in our family.  It’s always heartbreaking to see someone you love not feeling well, and it’s even harder when they can’t tell us what’s hurting them.  Sometimes, the answer is right in front of us.  There are everyday toxins in our Minnesota homes that can cause both mild and severe symptoms in dogs.  Symptoms can range from excessive drooling, to seizures and even death.  If you take a look around, you’d be surprised at how many things in your home are a potential hazard for your pup.

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  • February is pet dental health month

    “Look mom . . . no cavities!”

    Here’s the good news:

    • Dog are not really prone to cavities like humans
    • A dog’s mouth is typically cleaner than a humans, partly because their saliva has natural cleaning properties
    • Dogs’ teeth are strong
    • Home dental care will extend your dog’s life


    Here’s the bad news: 0

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