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5 Healthy New Year Resolutions for Your Furry Companions

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Did your pets over indulge during the holidays?  Now that the festivities are over and the New Year is under way, treat your pet to some healthier habits that will benefit him throughout the coming years.    BREAK BAD HABITS With so much to do over the holiday season, daily routines tend to take a back seat not just for humans but for their pets, too. Meal times tend to be disrupted as well as exercise regimes and sleep cycles.  Changes in routines can cause anxiety in some pets which can lead to behavior problems.  If you were away from the home...

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Puppy Feet

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As dog lovers, we know the basics of keeping our dogs safe in summer: bring lots of water with on walks, watch for the signs of overheating, and never leave a dog in the car — even on days that don't seem that warm. However, it might come as a surprise that the pavement beneath your dog's paws could be sizzling hot. And hot pavement can have gruesome and painful consequences. Pavement, asphalt, wood, sand and the surfaces of cars or trucks become very hot during the summer. These materials absorb the heat from the sun and stay hot for hours...

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Q&A/I. Scott Pollak; Crusader for Health and Wellness of Pets- The New York Times

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Q&A/I. Scott Pollak; Crusader for Health and Wellness of Pets By DONNA GREENE Published: January 23, 2000 PROZAC for dogs? I. Scott Pollak, president of a company that sells food and health products for pets, thinks it is a bad idea. But, while he says there are many nutritional supplements that can be good for a dog or cat, the best thing an owner can do is first make sure the pet is eating enough fresh meat. Mr. Pollak, whose company, Viand Pet. is in White Plains, says he is horrified by the trends in the pet food industry to...

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Diatomaceous Earth

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By Bonnie Rogers and Bruce DeBaun Diatomaceous earth are the remains of trillions of single celled algae called diatoms, which synthesized shells for themselves out of silica. When the diatoms die, the shells settle on the bottom of the sea or of lake beds and fossilize into a soft chalky rock like substance, hence the name "fossil shell flour". The D.E. particles are characterized by their irregular spiny like shape and average from 5-20 microns in diameter. DE has been approved by the FDA for internal and external use and has a rating of Food Chemical Codex Grade. Its use...

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B-Complex

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Don’t mistake our B-Complex for any other on the market. Ours was designed in the same proportions as an animal would ingest in nature. B-Complex is a team of all the essential B vitamins that work to carry out many metabolic functions. B vitamins help maintain the health of the nerves, skin, eyes, hair, and liver, as well as healthy muscle tone in the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, B vitamins supply coenzymes involved in energy production and the breakdown of protein. These vitamins are destroyed when heated, so it is necessary to add them back into your pet’s diet, so...

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