Dr. Mahaney’s Thanksgiving Safety Tips For Pets

Pet hazards lurk in festive foods, decorations, and schedule and environment changes. Take the following precautions this Thanksgiving, as you could suffer emotional and financial stress caused by a pet’s holiday health crisis if you’re not careful.

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Can Dogs Eat Turkey? Is Turkey Safe For Dogs?

Can dogs eat turkey? The short answer is yes. Dogs can eat turkey, but this comes with a few caveats. Plain, white meat turkey with no bones will usually make for a safe treat for pups, but there are plenty of exceptions. And as always, you must ask your vet before sharing human foods with your dog.

by Beth Meadows
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10 Reasons To Invite Dogs Over for Thanksgiving [VIDEO]

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Make sure you set your table, cook the turkey, and leave a dog-safe plate out for your best friend — your pooch! Watch this video for the top ten reasons why you need to make sure your pup has a place with your family this Thanksgiving.

by Meleva Steiert
1 Hours Ago

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Maltese Puppies: Cute Pictures And Facts

Clever, soft, and cuddly, it is no wonder why Maltese puppies are becoming more and more popular as pets. Thinking about adding a Maltese puppy to your family? Here are a few things to know about puppies of this breed.

by Maggie Clancy
November 24th

Claritin For Dogs: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

Claritin is an antihistamine medicine that dogs can take under veterinary supervision to treat issues including a range of allergic reactions, such as those that appear due to insect stings and bites. It’s a brand name for the generic medicine loratadine.

by Phillip Mlynar
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How To Select The Right Pet Food For Your Puppy

There are so many choices of puppy food that you may break down in the middle of the pet food aisle in frustration. Well, don’t worry! You can just use this list of answers to common pet parent questions about feeding puppies to make the best decisions you can for your precious pup.

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