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March 9, 2012 - Issue 208

Saying No to Poor Quality Pet Food... Even When It's Recommended by Your Vet

March 9, 2012 | 40,429 Views

As the veterinary community places more emphasis on the importance of nutrition, unfortunately, traditionally trained vets become easy targets for pet food manufacturers selling a 'therapeutic' line of products. What you should know about veterinary formulas and why you should politely decline if your vet recommends one.

Jumpin' Jack Flash

March 9, 2012 | 11,167 Views

Rare footage of a future agility champ in training.

Finding Homes for California's Exploding Population of Small Shelter Dogs

March 9, 2012 | 9,797 Views

Unlike many states in the U.S., California has a devastating small dog overpopulation problem. Lots of these little guys are short-haired Chihuahuas or Chi mixes - just the size and breed desired by many prospective adoptive owners elsewhere. Learn what is being done to rescue and relocate some of these unfortunate little dogs to areas of the country where they have the best chance of finding new forever homes.

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