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Proper Puppy Parenting

March 23, 2016

Hey everyone, it's Cooper again! Did you know today, March 23, is one of my favorite holidays? It's National Puppy Day!

I was a puppy once, so I know all about 'em. The stinky breath, the slobber, the extended nap sessions ... hey, what do you know? Some of those things are still true for us grown-up dogs!

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Know the Signs - Grass Sickness

March 21, 2016

Equine Grass Sickness (EGS) is a relatively unknown, yet serious condition that affects a horse's nervous system. First reported in Scotland in the early 1900s, the disease had been largely contained in Northern Europe. However, more recently, it was suspected in Australia and the Falkland Islands, and a mule with the symptoms was found in the U.S.

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Stick It to Tapeworms

March 18, 2016

Tapeworms, a fairly common parasite in dogs and cats, are flat and made up of distinctive looking segments which are continually produced near the worm's neck. Each segment is capable of reproducing, and as new segments are added, old ones break away and are typically passed with the pet's stool.

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Understanding Allergies

March 16, 2016

Pets play a significant role in our lives. They are often thought of as a family member, and we cherish the joy they bring us. That's why it can be stressful when a human family member is allergic.

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Household Dangers

March 14, 2016

Hey, everyone! It's Cooper, here to discuss a very important topic: National Poison Prevention Week.
It's hard for me to admit this, but here goes: We dogs have a few bad habits...and one of them is that we will eat pretty much anything. Of course, that doesn't mean that we SHOULD eat anything we want, because not everything is good for us! In fact, many common household items can actually harm us...or even kill us (ooh, I don't want to think about that!)

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