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  • Pet Pool Safety Tips for Safe Summer Fun

    Posted by  on Wednesday May 27, 2015

    Pools and pets don't always mix well- but they certainly can with the proper planning and safety procedures. With the summer heat bearing down on us, learn how to keep your pet safe and happy in and around the pool with this brief guide to Pet Pool Safety from EntirelyPets!

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  • Meet Tootsie: The Malshi Puppy Who Loves People of All Ages

    Posted by  on Tuesday May 26, 2015

    Tootsie was named after her daddy's favorite candy, Tootsie Rolls, and she certainly has lived up to her name, responding to the command, "Tootsie, Roll" at only 13 weeks of age.

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  • Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

    Posted by  on Wednesday May 20, 2015

    If you've ever caught your pup sneaking a bite from a blade of grass then you may have wondered why any dog would select such a strange snack. So, why do dogs eat grass? The answer may surprise you! Learn all about it here at EntirelyPets!

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  • Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

    Posted by  on Tuesday May 19, 2015

    Genetics plays a significant role in your pet’s health, and one disorder that afflicts certain dog breeds with reversible, but predictable pains and problems is hip dysplasia. Hip dysplasia in dogs is one of the most common skeletal diseases seen in dogs today and affects both genders of a great deal of dog breeds. Learn more about hip dysplasia and how it can affect your dog here at EntirelyPets.

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  • Meet Duchess: A Gentle Komondor Who Was Rescued From a Barn

    Posted by  on Monday May 18, 2015

    They hadn't had much human attention and Duchess was nervous with us coming near, but she was the only one out of her siblings that didn't growl at us. It took her a few weeks to let us pet her with plenty of treats and patience. Now she is the best dog we have ever had and we can't imagine life without her.

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  • FLUTD: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

    Posted by  on Thursday May 7, 2015

    Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is a class of diseases that can profoundly threaten your cat's health. Learn about its causes, symptoms, and what you can do to keep your cat's urinary tract safe from their ill-effects- here at EntirelyPets!

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  • 5 Superfoods Your Pets Will Love

    Posted by  on Thursday April 30, 2015

    So-called "superfoods" get a lot of press, but many of us aren't exactly sure what makes a food "super". Well, a "superfood" is a food which is high in nutrients, low in calories and has extra properties which make it nourishing. It's well-known that superfoods are great as part of a balanced diet for humans, but what you may not have realised is that many of them are also great for pets! We've compiled a list of "superfoods" that your pet will enjoy, while giving them a little vitamin boost.

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  • Hypothyroidism in Dogs

    Posted by  on Tuesday April 28, 2015

    The thyroid gland is responsible for regulating metabolism in the body. When the thyroid fails to properly function, it can result in hypothyroidism, a condition that can seriously affect your dog's weight and overall health. Learn how to identify and treat hypothyroidism in your dog- here at EntirelyPets.

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  • Meet Scooby: A Young Corgi Who Loves Cheering People Up

    Posted by  on Monday April 27, 2015

    This is Scooby. I think he should be the pet of the week because he is my first dog, and the best thing to ever happen to me! I was really stressed with attending a new college, and I was lonely being at a new school. I needed someone to go home to and cheer me up.

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  • What is Gabapentin Used For?

    Posted by  on Tuesday April 21, 2015

    Does your pet need gabapentin? Pets suffering from seizures and certain neurological conditions may greatly benefit from the drug. Learn what sets this analgesic medication apart from others with this informative article from EntirelyPets!

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  • Meet Elsie: A Rescue Dog Who Was Miraculously Saved

    Posted by  on Monday April 20, 2015

    Elsie is a rescue dog that was found running across the busy Cross Bronx Expressway in NY in August of 2007. She was running in front of cars, weaving in and out of traffic, had no identification, was skinny and dirty. The vets thought Elsie was between 6 months to a year old at the time.

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  • The 10 Best Flea Medications and Treatments for Dogs & Cats

    Posted by  on Friday April 17, 2015

    Flea season is here! That means it's time to make sure that your pet is protected. Check out this list of ten of the best flea solutions around, here at EntirelyPets!

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  • How to Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs

    Posted by  on Friday April 17, 2015

    Lyme disease is transmitted from a tick bite into a dog or human. It is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the Northern Hemisphere.

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  • Gabapentin Side Effects

    Posted by  on Friday April 17, 2015

    Gabapentin is an anti-seizure drug that has benefitted cats, dogs and horses in various ways. In addition to being an effective treatment for seizures, it can also be used to soothe neuropathic and chronic arthritis pains; however, there are certain side effects associated with its use. Learn about gabapentin and its side effects here at EntirelyPets.

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  • Complete Flea & Tick Buyer’s Guide

    Posted by  on Wednesday April 15, 2015

    The common belief is that all you need is a topical to treat your pet for fleas, but in actuality that is only treating part of the problem. The best defense against flea infestation is both ongoing treatment and prevention. By using pest control products it will get rid of and prevent fleas, flea eggs, larvae, ticks and other insects.

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