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If your children keep begging for a new playmate of the canine variety, you may decide it is time for such an addition to your family. Choosing the right dog for you and your kids will probably take a little bit of research. Your choice will depend on several factors...

with Dr. Brian J. Bourquin, Founder, Boston Veterinary Clinic www.bostonveterinary.com READER QUESTION: “My dog is a giant breed and she is turning six soon. What are some tips and tricks for giving a senior, giant breed a long and happy life.” This is a great question! Giant breeds age much...

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Nutrition for Your Pets “Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food.” Hypocrites WRITTEN BY: Danielle Conway, DVM, CVA, VSMT, CCRP  Veterinary Nutrition Services offered at Ethos include: Homemade diet formulation Commercial diet recommendations Critical care nutrition Weight loss programs    Providing clients and veterinarians with scientific, safe...

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Written by Crystal Ward Kent As animal lovers, we want our companions to be with us for as long as possible, and to enjoy good quality of life during that time. While nothing can guarantee your pet a certain lifespan, there are ways to promote good health and reduce certain...

Looking for Some Bunny to Love – Written by Crystal Ward Kent Rabbits rule at the House Rabbit Network in North Billerica, Massachusetts. Here, the focus is on helping rabbits find good homes, and educating the public about these wonderful animals.  In traditional shelters, rabbits are sometimes overlooked, as people...

Marijuana and Pets Written by Dr. Beth Eisenberg, DVM: Ethos Veterinary Health With its legalization, marijuana use has become a more frequently discussed topic amongst the veterinary community.  There are potential health benefits, but little has been proven or even studied for use in animals in the veterinary industry. When ingested by pets,...

7 Steps to Stop Separation Anxiety ASK THE VET: Dr. Boyle Brown, DVM from Port City Referral Hospital in Portsmouth, NH sits down and talks separation anxiety in pets. By: Tonya Boyle Brown, DVM, DACVIM As busy families, we are acutely aware that the priorities of our four legged family...

ADAPTOGENS & TONIC HERBS FOR THE WELLBEING OF OUR PETS WRITTEN BY: Joyce Belcher, Sustenance Herbs in Kittery, Maine ADAPTOGENS…are the ideal group of herbs for pets: They are non-toxic to the recipient, regulate and normalize organ and body systems function, all contain antioxidants and scavenge free radicals, bring balance...

When your pet gets sick, it is often difficult to gauge whether or not your pet needs to be seen by a veterinarian immediately, or if your pet’s ailment can be treated the following day by your primary veterinarian. If possible, it is often better to have your veterinarian examine...

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