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Why You Should Take Away All of Your Dog’s Toys

Dogs LOVE toys. There’s no doubt. Toys provide stimulation, challenge, and of course fun! You likely have toys in a toy basket, your dog’s bed, or even strewn around the floor. But, what you might not realize is that a dog toy will lose its value if

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Bad Behavior Isnt’ Always About Obedience

This guest post is from Robin MacFarlane, fellow IACP member and former Director. For some time now I have encouraged my staff to sharpen their eye in spotting gait and structural issues with the dogs we see. We’ve frequently referred our clients to seek assistance on chiropractic

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Obese Dogs Need Love–Tough Love

Your dog is lucky. You love him. But are you loving him to death? According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 53% of adult dogs were classified as overweight or obese by their veterinarians. In my work, I’ve seen dogs who are overweight and over feeding

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ALERT: New Canine Circovirus Linked to Death in Dogs

There’s a devastating new canine virus called circovirus and it’s killed 4 dogs in Ohio and put 20 more in the hospital. You may have recently heard about it in the news. It’s a virus that has the potential to cause death within a few days after

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