And the Academy Award for a very good boy goes to…
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by mary Becker
1M ago
It’s Oscar season when the world’s finest cinema artists are celebrated and immortalized with awards for accomplishments in cinematography, directing, and acting. But our favorite actors are never nominated! We think it’s time the most talented actors get their due. Sure, Lassie and Old Yeller blazed the trail, but our favorite Hollywood pooches are a little more modern. Which furry artists would win the Oscar for best actor if you were voting?? The nominees are… Beasley as Hooch in Turner and Hooch Everyone loves Beasley’s saggy faced performance as Hooch in this late 80s comedy. Did you kn ..read more
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Home Remedies for Dog Constipation
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by mary Becker
7M ago
Does your dog seem uncomfortable or less active than usual? Are they experiencing difficulty in dispelling waste? They might be dealing with constipation, a common yet troubling issue. Save these eight home remedies for dog constipation for the next time your dog needs them and get them back on track to a healthy, happy lifestyle. 1. Hydration Just like in humans, water is essential for digestion. If your dog is constipated, make sure they have a constant supply of fresh filtered water in a clean bowl. Dehydration can exacerbate constipation, so encouraging your dog to drink more can be a sim ..read more
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Why is My Cat Throwing Up Undigested Food?
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by mary Becker
7M ago
A common question for many cat owners is: why is my cat throwing up undigested food? Cats, like all pets, occasionally experience health hiccups. It’s never pleasant to see them uncomfortable, and understanding the reasons behind these episodes can help you provide the best care possible for your feline companion. 1. Eating Too Quickly One of the most common reasons why your cat might be throwing up undigested food is simply because they’ve eaten too quickly. Cats are natural-born hunters, and this instinct can sometimes result in them gobbling down their food faster than their bodies can pro ..read more
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Celebrating the Tireless Loyalty of Working Dogs on Labor Day
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by mary Becker
8M ago
Every year as we honor the contributions and achievements of the American workforce on Labor Day, there is a group of hard-working individuals whose dedication often goes unremarked. They may not clock in at nine and out at five, but they are an integral part of our society’s labor force. These are our working dogs – the canines that work tirelessly alongside us, offering their loyalty, intelligence, and skills. Working dogs come from various breeds and backgrounds, each trained to perform specific tasks that assist humans in different fields. They are the unsung heroes of our society, perfor ..read more
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Fenbendazole plus Ivermectin, the new anti-parasitic cancer protocol
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by mary Becker
8M ago
Can the simultaneous use of Fenbendazole and Ivermectin be the cancer treatment your cat or dog needs?  Drug repositioning is a way to identifying new drugs that can treat tumors. Existing and approved clinical drugs can have properties that reduce tumors and be used in new ways. Cancer and parasites are closely related, and scientific studies have been done on many antiparasitic drugs to test their ability to shrink tumors. Fenbendazole and Ivermectin are two of the safest and most effective anti-parasitic drugs, both showing strong anti-cancer properties. Ivermectin does not pass throu ..read more
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Why is My Dog Licking Excessively?
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by mary Becker
9M ago
If you’re a dog owner, you’ve probably experienced this scenario: you come home after a long day, and your furry bestie greets you with an enthusiastic wagging tail and an incessant desire to lick your face, hands, or any exposed body part. While doggy kisses are generally considered a sign of affection, some dogs seem to take this behavior to the extreme. Could it just be love? or is it something else? Why is my dog licking excessively? 1. Expressing Love and Affection: Dogs are social animals who thrive on companionship and love. Licking is their way of showing affection and bonding with th ..read more
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Hemp Oil For Pet Injuries: Does it Help?
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by mary Becker
9M ago
Dogs and Cats alike have one thing in common, they love to get into trouble! Most of the time, this is good fun. However, sometimes our pets take a fall and injure themselves. This can be a difficult time for a pet owner. We love our pets and want to see them full of energy and joy! Most injuries that pets sustain heal up fine, however, there are times when injuries product persistent chronic pain—much like in people. If your pet is experiencing pain from their injuries, what can you, the owner do? Hemp oil has been shown to have a multitude of positive effects from assisting with anxiety red ..read more
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Can a probiotic help my pet?
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by mary Becker
10M ago
How Probiotics Can Help Your Pet You may have heard about the benefits of probiotics for digestion in people. Promising medical research has found that the health of the gut microbiome plays an incredibly important part in both the prevention or development of many chronic illnesses, diseases, and discomforts. The same can be said for our beloved pets. The diet and health of your pet can be strongly affected by both their diet, food intake, and of course, the health of their digestive system. What are Probiotics? Bacteria are often considered a “bad thing” but probiotics are what we call bene ..read more
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Blood in cat’s urine? 7 reasons that might be happening
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by mary Becker
11M ago
Blood in your cat’s urine can be alarming. There are various reasons for blood-tinged urine in cats, and it’s crucial to identify the cause and receive proper treatment. Cats are prone to urinary tract issues, ranging from infections to the formation of stones in the bladder or kidneys. Felines who have experienced urinary problems in the past are at a higher risk of recurrence. It’s important to pay attention to your cat’s litter box, and behavior. Blood in a cat’s urine typically has a pink hue, but it may vary in appearance. Some cats may have small drops of bright red urine, blood clots ..read more
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5 Ways to Have a Pet Safe Garden
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by mary Becker
1y ago
It’s time to plant our gardens! Nothing like this time of year for every gardening enthusiast but how can we make sure our animals will be safe from anything from poisonous plants to harmful fertilizers and pesticides? Keep reading to find out. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released an updated list of plants that are toxic to pets, including English ivy, hydrangea, foxglove, daylilies and daffodils. How to Make Your Garden Safe for Your Animals in 5 Steps 1) Eliminate Hazardous Plants Pets that eat poisonous plants can experience symptoms ranging from vomiting and diarrhea to card ..read more
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