Massage therapy for dogs eliminates waste, moves gas, relaxes muscles and stimulates the digestive system. Bonus: any pet parent can learn to massage her dog at home!
Claire Primo, CVT, ACMT, FFCP
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There are four main factors to consider, including dog breed and life stage, when figuring out if your dog is sleeping too much.
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While there’s no treatment for elbow dysplasia in dogs, disease management can help your dog live a fulfilling life.
Pancreatitis in dogs can be scary and sometimes life-threatening. Recognizing symptoms is the first step to intervention and prevention.
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