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Many humans are going grain-free as a way to relieve their own digestive issues, treat conditions such as Celiac disease where certain grains can cause an immune response, or just to provide overall health benefits. But, is grain-free the same for our pets?

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Curious about massaging your dog? Give your puppy a muscle rub to help with his relaxation, sore muscles and hips. No table needed! Click here now to learn.

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Dogs with anxiety may benefit from omega-3 fish oil supplementation. An estimated 29% of dogs are anxious. Learn about potential solutions!
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Glucosamine is one of the most common joint health supplements for dogs, but what about other compounds such as collagen, GLM, chondroitin, MSM, HA, or omega-3?

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Here's a list of our top 15 ways to keep your dog safe and healthy! A mix of preventative and cautionary tips to think about that may save your dog one day from a bad situation.

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Hip dysplasia is a common condition in canines and can cause everything from mild discomfort to complete immobility. Learn what steps you can take to help your dog!

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If you have a picky eater, supplements may help entice your dog or cat to eat their entire meal! Check out this article for more information on how they can be a great way to add flavor and extra nutrients.

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Are you introducing a new pet into the family? Worried about how the dog will deal with the new cat, or vice versa? Check out this post for 3 simple tips on how to make it go smoothly.

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Looking to buy or adopt a new dog? There are important factors you should be aware of in order to make sure that you know what you're getting into. Reading this article will help you make an informed decision!

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As the weather begins to chill and the leaves begin to fall, your exercise routine with your dog may also change. More frequent rain storms and colder weather may have you dashing indoors and exercising less.

However, cooler weather doesn’t mean you can’t still be active with your canine buddy!

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