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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 Dog

    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 Buyerís 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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  • Meet Sophie: The Energetic Rescue Kitty Who Found Her Forever Home

    Posted by  on Monday April 13, 2015

    It was then that we found out this poor baby had a rough start in life. She had been pulled from a semi hoarding situation with lots of other animals stacked in crates. She had been waiting for a home for two months throughout the entire holiday season. We were even more thankful then, we had found her.

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  • Meet Loki: The Adorable Shelter Cat Who Stole His Owner's Heart

    Posted by  on Monday April 6, 2015

    Three years ago I went to the shelter to get a kitten. When I got there I was informed that there were no kittens but they had a lot of great cats. Loki stole my heart from the moment I got him out of the cage.

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  • Distemper in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments & the Distemper Shot

    Posted by  on Monday March 30, 2015

    You might have heard of distemper before, but you may not know what it is or how it can affect your pet. Distemper is a viral disease that can have a grave impact on the central nervous system, gastrointestinal tract, and respiratory system of your pet. Learn how it can pose a danger to your pet, what symptoms indicate a distemper infection, and more- here at EntirelyPets.

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  • Meet Tyson & Dumpling: Adorable Rescued French Bulldogs

    Posted by  on Monday March 30, 2015

    Since these two Frenchieswere raised together, their adoption was contingent upon them staying together and not becoming separated. Of course my feeling was, "the only thing better than one Frenchie, was two Frenchies!"

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  • Meet Candy: The Amazing Rescue Dog Who Helped Her Owner Through Cancer

    Posted by  on Monday March 23, 2015

    Our girl, Candy, came to us as my husband was healing from cancer surgeries. She is a high energy dog and just what we needed since walking and exercise was top on our list.

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  • What is Denosyl Used For?

    Posted by  on Wednesday March 20, 2014

    Denosyl is used to increase glutathione levels in the liver to ensure that it stays healthy and protects the brain by increasing SAMe levels in the synovial fluid that protects it. Learn what Denosyl can do for your pet and when you might need it here at EntirelyPets.

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  • Meet Reese: The Young Chocolate Lab Who Beat Cancer

    Posted by  on Monday March 16, 2015

    Our 6 year old "Sweet Baby Reese" was diagnosed with a grade II mast cell tumour in July 2014. She had 2 surgeries to remove the tumor and 8 chemotherapy treatments to prevent the spread of the cancer to her liver and spleen.

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  • Tapeworm in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

    Posted by  on Friday March 13, 2015

    The most common tapeworm affecting cats and dogs is known as Dipylidium caninum.Though not fatal, these parasites can be extremely irritating and can cause your pet to develop persistent gastrointestinal distress. Furthermore, tapeworms are capable of being spread from pets to humans, though such occurrences are extremely rare. In any event, itís ideal to prevent or treat tapeworms before they cause any serious health problems to you or your pet.

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  • Meet Saidai: A Beautiful Red Merle Aussie (Pet of the Week)

    Posted by  on Monday March 9, 2015

    From the day we went to pick her up and take her home she has been very special and has proven herself everyday to me and my family. Saidai has defiantly helped fill the void I was missing since my first dog, Luna, passed away.

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  • Rufus Writes: The Tale of the Missing Sock

    Posted by  on Wednesday March 4, 2015

    When I was a puppy I enjoyed belly rubs, chasing the cats, and getting into mischief. One of the most mischievous things I ever accomplished was eating my human brotherís sock. Many other dogs have done and still do eat objects that humans donít exactly consider food. I hope to shed some light on this behavior and share my insight on the edibility of objects.

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  • Meet Daisy: A French Bull Dog Who is More Than Just a Pet - Pet of the Week

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    Daisy is truly the glue that binds our family. She came into our family about a year ago on the heels of our boston terrier's passing. We weren't sure if we were ready for another furry family member yet, but she brought with her such a sense of comic relief, as well as an overwhelming amount of love, that we are now so grateful that we found each other - especially during such a difficult time in our lives.

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