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Everything that has to do with your dog’s health – from stomach aches to nutrition to broken bones. Let Canine Journal assist you with your pet health needs, but remember to take them to the Vet in emergencies!

Tips To Cure Your Dog’s Upset Stomach

Dog laying on sofa sick

Normally dogs will eat grass to cleanse out their system – this is the natural method for curing your dog’s upset stomach. However, at times this won’t do the trick, or your dog won’t even feel like eating grass. In this case it can help to give your dog a little bit of Pepto-Bismol or Pepcid crushed and mixed with water (the amount will depend on your dog’s weight – consult your veterinarian)…

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Parvo In Dogs: How To Diagnose, Treat And Prevent

Dog with sick mask on

Canine parvovirus type 2 or parvo, is a highly contagious virus that is particularly prominent in the canine community. Parvo is of particular concern for puppy owners due to the severity of symptoms and the weak immune systems of younger dogs. There are ways to help prevent the spread of parvo and as a responsible dog owner it is important to be familiar with these prevention methods. Effective prevention begins with understanding the virology and pathophysiology of the virus itself…

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National Veterinary Financial Assistance Resources: Give And Receive

Black and Yellow Lab

In today’s world, financial stability is much less common than it once was. So, to help you better manage your expenses in regards to your pets, we suggest looking into resources in your area if your pet is ill or hurt and you cannot afford to treat it as you may have in the past.

Here is a list of some national organizations that might be able to help you better afford care for your dog…

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10 Rare Genetic Cat Diseases

Cat looking sick

Leila Hadziabdic is a Master’s student in Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Ecology and Immunobiology. She joined the pet genomics company Basepaws in 2017 after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Genetics. Leila’s job is to research and write feline genetic and health-related content, including this Canine Journal exclusive discussion about rare feline genetic disorders and how Cat DNA tests can help us dig into their health history…

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Interview with NomNomNow’s Chief Nutrition Officer, Dr. Justin Shmalberg

Dr. Shmalberg

Dr. Justin Shmalberg, board-certified veterinary nutritionist and Chief Nutrition Officer for NomNomNow. He guides NomNomNow in all recipe formulation and advises on pet nutrition to ensure that NomNomNow delivers the absolute best food to the dogs and cats they serve. Dr. Shmalberg is a practicing vet and a clinical associate professor of integrative veterinary medicine at a leading University. He has published numerous scientific papers in veterinary medicine, frequently lectures on nutritional topics to veterinarians and pet owners, and is one of less than 100 board-certified specialists in small animal clinical nutrition in the country. Dr. Shmalberg is a firm believer in the benefits of natural, wholesome food for pets…

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Pet Insurance Quotes: Compare Different Breeds And Ages

Dog Breeds

Our team worked hard to secure insurance quotes for many different types of pets, breeds and ages and have reported them here in comparison tables. Please keep in mind that your pet, especially if they are older and/or have pre-existing conditions, will not necessarily fit perfectly into this pricing model. We also want to mention that customer service is an important factor to consider, not just cost alone. Lastly, we encourage you to obtain quotes from the top 3 pet insurance companies to give you an idea of what your monthly premiums would be through each. We’ve made an easy to use quote form below to help you with this…

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Health Problems

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel sad

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are a favorite breed with some adverse health risks. Don’t let what you find out in this article deter you from owning this lovable toy dog, though. As with any animal, we all have health risks. There is no guarantee that your dog will be diagnosed with any of these illnesses, but it’s always good to be prepared…

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Compare Horse Insurance Policies: Get On The Right Financial Track

Horse being pet on head

Owning a horse is a dream come true for any horse lover, but it’s an expensive venture. And you want to make sure you keep a tight rein on your emotional and financial investment. Can you afford astronomical veterinary bills if your horse falls ill or becomes injured? How do you protect yourself if your horse injures a rider? Fortunately, you can ease these concerns with equestrian insurance. There are many companies to consider, so we’ll help you figure out how best to compare horse insurance plans…

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Best Rabbit Insurance: Hop Your Bunny Into Coverage Today

Person holding bunny

Pet insurance isn’t just for cats and dogs. Do you have a rabbit as a pet and want to protect your wallet from potentially high vet bills? You’re not alone! More households are adopting bunnies as pets, but when it comes to rabbit insurance reviews, there’s only one company that currently offers plans to cover rabbits. Compare rabbit insurance below to see if it’s a good fit for you and your furry pal…

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