Pet Health and Wellness

Nutrition Tips

12 Tips to Help Prevent Pet Cancer

Pet cancer prevention is not a well-researched topic, especially in comparison to what is known and recommended in the human medicine field. That is not to say that information used in the human medical field cannot be applied in some ways to our pets. Treatments and diagnostic tools are advancing relatively quickly in the veterinary…

Feeding Pets With Cancer

Many pet owners change their pets diets after a diagnosis of cancer. But which changes are likely to be effective versus which ones may cause more harm than good?

How Diet Can Help in Pet Cancer Treatment

Cancer is a disease that does not only affect humans, but dogs and cats as well. Diet and nutrition can play a huge part in both prevention and treatment.

Environmental Tips

12 Tips to Help Prevent Pet Cancer

Pet cancer prevention is not a well-researched topic, especially in comparison to what is known and recommended in the human medicine field. That is not to say that information used in the human medical field cannot be applied in some ways to our pets. Treatments and diagnostic tools are advancing relatively quickly in the veterinary…

Protect Your Pets From Skin Cancer!

While fur protects skin from the sun to an extent, dogs and cats can get sunburned, and they can develop skin cancer, too.

Studies Have Linked Lawn Pesticides with Canine Malignant Lymphoma

Whole Dog Journal reports on a study that found a link between canine malignant lymphoma and professionally applied lawn pesticides.

Exercise Tips

12 Tips to Help Prevent Pet Cancer

Pet cancer prevention is not a well-researched topic, especially in comparison to what is known and recommended in the human medicine field. That is not to say that information used in the human medical field cannot be applied in some ways to our pets. Treatments and diagnostic tools are advancing relatively quickly in the veterinary…

Is Exercise Safe for Pets with Cancer?

Hearing that your beloved companion has been diagnosed with cancer is difficult. Among the many questions that pet owners frequently ask is how much they should exercise their pet after a diagnosis of cancer. Learn more about exercise as it pertains to pets with cancer on petMD.

Pet Obesity Danger

Childhood obesity is an epidemic in this country. Our pets aren’t far behind. In fact, a study conducted by Purina found that 60 percent of America’s pets are overweight. Dog owners spent nearly $300 a year on food and treats last year, and cat owners spent more than $200. Don’t let your pet become another…

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