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Why Is My Dog Drooling?

Why Is My Dog Drooling?

Similar to humans, pets rely on their saliva to maintain their digestive system and break down food. Excessive drooling in pets can sometimes be caused by a medical condition that requires the attention of a vet.

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African Dwarf Frog Care

African Dwarf Frog Care

Keeping an African Dwarf Frog can provide years of entertainment. Not only is this little animal easy to care for, but they make a lovely addition to your tropical fish tank. The African Dwarf Frog is peaceful and only requires feeding about three times a week.

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Ask Dr. Jenn

Ask Dr. Jenn

Jennifer Shepherd received her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Colorado State University in 2000. She completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at the Ontario Veterinary College before entering private practice. Dr. Shepherd owns Cloquet Animal Hospital in Northern Minnesota where she practices full time.

In her free time she enjoys writing, photography, running and spending time with her husband, three children, two dogs, and one spoiled cat. She is pictured here with her best running dog Apollo, a Portuguese Water Dog who can’t swim but loves playing in snow.

Understanding Wobbly Cat Syndrome

Understanding Wobbly Cat Syndrome

Cerebellar hypoplasia is a condition that is transferred from a pregnant mother cat to her kittens. This disease is not contagious or progressive but is also incurable. With some easy accommodations at home, it is possible to live with a wobbly cat for years, keeping your cat healthy and safe for a lifetime of companionship.

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Using Manuka Honey for Pet Wounds

Using Manuka Honey for Pet Wounds

Many pet owners will use manuka honey to help treat deep wounds in their cats, dogs, and horses. This all-natural honey can be applied as a cleaning solution or topical gel and has several benefits. Manuka honey may be able to prevent infection, reduce swelling, and promote the growth of red blood cells, which can accelerate the healing process.

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