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Dogs

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Enter to win the Feeding for the Cure Photo Contest and you can help the non-profit pet organization that means the most to you!

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My 20-month-old pup and I just returned from our very first USDAA Dog Agility trial (United States Dog Agility Association). I have only competed in AKC in the past, but a group of friends were going to this trail so we decided to make a fun weekend of it. We headed off Friday afternoon (it […]

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Recently, Bayer released Quellin™, the first ever SOFT chew form of Carprofen. Quellin is the bio-equivalent of products such as Rimadyl® and Novox®. Talk to your veterinarian about Quellin if you think it may be right for your dog.

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A debate recently occurred on a friend’s Facebook wall, even though that was not what she intended. She had posted about how she loves her Purebred dogs, and values that she knows their bloodlines and genetic history back for ages. She had in the past owned mixed breeds – which she loved dearly… But somewhere […]

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Itchy Puppy!

by Melissa R. on July 21, 2014

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Just last week my pup, Emme, starting SCRATCHING! Scratching her legs, feet, sides. Itch, itch, itch! I started to feel really bad for her, she seemed to be itching non-stop. Previous to this, she had never had any issues like this, so I started wondering what was up. She had been in the lake several […]

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Yes, my dog is on Prozac (Fluoxetine). She has been for over six months, and our lives have changed dramatically because of it. I urge all pet owners who have extreme behavior problems (reactive, anxiety, etc., ruling out health issues first) with their dogs to consider medication as early as possible. The thought of it […]

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Our Summer Sale is on! What does that mean to you? Great savings on your favorite products here at Drs. Foster and Smith! Come on over and check out these 5 great deals for the dog on the go:

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Emme, our Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, is now 19 months old. This means she is finally old enough to compete in some agility competitions. We have been training for agility since Day 1, learning to be comfortable on new things and starting out with the right training. So I was really looking forward to […]

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The 4th of July can be a fun time for you and your pets! Family, friends, cookouts, playtime and fun in the sun. But please remember to BE SAFE with your pets during hot weather.

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Fear of loud noises (like fireworks) is not fun for you or your pet. Dr. Holly Nash explains how she helped her dog through the stress of fireworks.

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I am not sure how it happened, but my “puppy” is now 1-1/2 years old! That means she is almost TWO! I wonder when I will stop calling her my puppy? Probably never. We’ve come a long way in such a short amount of time though, so let’s update. BIG GIRL! Emme is now uncrated […]

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Fun Facts: The English Setter

by Melissa R. on February 19, 2014

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Enjoy some fun facts about the English Setter breed. My family has had some English Setters in the family and they were amazingly lovable dogs.

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As you can imagine, we get to see tons of beautiful pets here at Drs. Foster and Smith… and what’s better for Valentine’s Day than a cuteness overload?!

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