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February 22, 2012 - Issue 201

If Your Pet is Pawing at Her Eyes or Squinting, Corneal Ulcers Could Be the Reason

February 22, 2012 | 169,696 Views

If your dog or cat has a corneal ulcer, you might notice she's rubbing her eyes against the floor or furniture, pawing at them, squinting, or even holding one eye closed. A corneal ulcer ... which is a wound to the cornea of your pet's eye ... can be superficial all the way up to vision-robbing, so it's important to seek diagnosis and treatment as soon as possible.

Dog and Cat Pals Cuddle at Naptime

February 22, 2012 | 14,063 Views

Does it get any sweeter than this?

Dropping Just a Few Pounds Gives Lame Dogs a New Leash on Life

February 22, 2012 | 20,649 Views

A little means a lot when it comes to taking weight off your obese dog -- especially if he's also dealing with arthritis and some degree of lameness. In a fascinating study out of Scotland, researchers demonstrate just how easy and effortless it can be to get your canine companion moving freely and comfortably with slow, steady weight loss.

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