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Sudden scratching? Finicky food eater? Loose poop? Whatever pet health question is on your mind, our veterinary pros are here to help.
Dogs and cats can’t read self-help books, so a veterinary behaviorist explains how your pet may benefit from being in treatment.
A psychologist explains how stimulating scents can influence a dog’s behavior.
Help your dog stay fit and flexible with these stretch techniques by a certified pet strength and conditioning specialist.
Dog or cat interrupting your meditation routine? Let them — they might be helping.
Is your cat’s microbiome out of whack? It may be time to add probiotics to their diet.
The mind-gut connection isn’t just for people — your dog or cat’s gut microbiome plays a big role in their health and well-being.
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Veterinarian Dr. Kathy Davieds’s tips for treating achy joints, from medications to massages.
Watching your pet suffer a seizure can make you feel helpless. We asked three veterinarians to weigh in on natural remedies that show promise.
We asked four experts for the lay of the microflora landscape.
Pets deserve some self care, too.
It can’t be cured but it can be managed—partnering with your vet is the key.
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