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From The Heart – Amanda Fuller

“I never thought seeing a photo of a puppy would change my life so dramatically, but it certainly has.” Scrolling through Facebook one day, I passed by a photo of …

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Is My Dog In Pain?

Ask the Vet By Dr. Chery Burke, DVM, CCRP Dear Doctor, My 12-year-old Border Collie, Lizzie, is getting stubborn about going down the stairs to go outside. We have had …

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Healing Animals, Healing Ourselves

Healing Animals, Healing Ourselves By Kathleen Lester, M.S. When an animal companion becomes ill, are we looking in the right places for healing? We often start out looking at the …

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Polite POOCHES & CANINE Courtesy

BY ELISABETH CATALANO, MA, GDIP, CDBC, CPDT-KA Rachel and her 10-month old Corgi, Guster, took advantage of the early spring day to stretch their legs. Guster was recovering from an …

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The Canine Senior Citizen

BY: ELISABETH CATALANO, MA, GDIP, CDBC, CPDT-KA It is a fact of life. Aging happens to all of us, even our dogs. Depending on the breed and size of your …

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Mind Games

By Elisabeth Catalano, MA, CPDT, CDBC The most common cause of behavioral problems in dogs is under-stimulation. Getting a daily dose of exercise, both physical and mental, is as necessary for …

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