Should You Use CBD for Your Dog During Surgery Recovery?
Should You Use CBD for Your Dog During Surgery Recovery?

Who is Stephen Cital?   Stephen Cital is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) and a Surgical Research Anesthetist (SRA) through the Academy of Surgical Research. Additionally, Stephen attained the Registered Laboratory Animal Technician (RLAT) and became one of the first Veterinary Cannabis Counselors (VCC) in the country. Stephen also serves as a Certified Veterinary Pain...

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10 Tips for Relieving Your Dog's Arthritis Pain
10 Tips for Relieving Your Dog's Arthritis Pain

Arthritis is a common cause of joint pain in elderly dogs. This condition is caused by thinning of the cartilage within joints, leading to inflammation, bony growths, and eventually a narrowing of the joint space. As arthritis progresses, you may notice that your dog becomes less active. He or she...

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How To Cut Large Dogs Nails
How To Cut Large Dogs Nails
You love your dog more than anything in the entire world, you want the best for them and you can't hardly believe they are yours to care for! You hate to see them upset and you love it when their tail is wagging and eyes are glowing.  But one thing...
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The Link Between Food Reduction and Hip Dysplasia
The Link Between Food Reduction and Hip Dysplasia
In a study conducted by Nestle Purina 48 Labrador Retriever puppies from 7 litters were gathered and split into two groups: the unrestricted eater group and the restricted eater group, which was fed 25% less than its counter-group.
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The Scary Truth About Canine Hip Dysplasia
The Scary Truth About Canine Hip Dysplasia
Hip Dysplasia is both genetic and environmental. That means your puppy could be predisposed to getting Hip Dysplasia, but also could develop Hip Dysplasia from environmental factors as well.  In other words, Hip Dysplasia is both nature AND nurture. 
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Taking Care of My Dog's Nails at Home
Taking Care of My Dog's Nails at Home
Nail Trimming Can Be Hard If you are reading this, you have a dog whose nails need trimmed. Nail trimming can be a very hard activity. Dogs fear the nail clippers or dremmel, making the job stressful and hard. Completing this task takes practice, confidence, and lots of dog treats....
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Using CBD for Joint Pain
Using CBD for Joint Pain
The Frontiers of Veterinarian Science conducted a study with dogs and CBD to assess whether it worked for pain reduction. The results of the canine brief pain inventory and Hudson activity scores showed a decrease in pain and increase in activity levels in the dogs that were given CBD.
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Joint Problems Don't Have To Be A Pain
Joint Problems Don't Have To Be A Pain
There are nutrients in many foods that help reduce swelling, stiffness, and joint pain in humans, and they can do the same for your dog. Ingredients in some whole, healthy foods and supplements can bring relief to a dog with arthritis, or one who's just had surgery.
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Top 6 Reasons Why Your Dog Needs A Good Bed
Top 6 Reasons Why Your Dog Needs A Good Bed
Did you know that your beloved dog needs an average of 16 hours of sleep every day to stay healthy and happy? That’s just one reason why it’s essential that your pooch has a good, comfy bed to rest in. With your furry friend’s wellbeing in mind, here are the top...
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Arthritis is a Young Dog Disease | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 5
Arthritis is a Young Dog Disease | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 5
Dr. Hannah Capon and Dr. Karen Perry-Butler share the different ways that arthritis can affect a young dog (there's more than you think!)
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Lifestyle and Home Modification | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 4
Lifestyle and Home Modification | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 4
Dr. Hannah Capon and Dr. Kathy Murphy discuss small steps you can take to create safer and more comfortable home for your dog.
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The Issue of Weight | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 3
The Issue of Weight | Arthritis Awareness Week Day 3
Dr. Hannah Capon and Dr. Ernie Ward share how a few extra pounds can make a big difference when it comes to canine arthritis.
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