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Food for Thought

Knowing what to feed your pet may be very confusing. While there is abundant information and research on human dietary needs, nowhere near as much is available for the pet side of nutrition. Here are my thoughts on pet food and diet. What was evolutionarily appropriate for your pet when the breed was first being domesticated was probably still appropriate as food. For example, Scottish Terriers ...Read More >>

Hip Dysplasia—What Can You Do?

Hip Dysplasia is an extremely common condition affecting many breeds of dogs. Often times when pets are bred to select for desirable traits, hip dysplasia has also been inadvertently selected. Hip Dysplasia is defined as “abnormal growth or development of the hip joint, usually bilaterally, resulting in laxity, malformation of the head and acetabulum, and eventually degenerative joint disease.” ...Read More >>