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PetMD Editorial
Jul 23, 2013

By Jessica Remitz While many pet owners feel that feeding their animals hearty meals, table scraps, and treats is a sign of love and caring, overfeeding a cat or dog leads to an abundance of health problems that can shorten or endanger their lives. Here’s a look at why… Read More

Jennifer Coates, DVM
Jun 24, 2013

By Jennifer Coates, DVM Antioxidants are finally getting the respect they deserve. When appropriate amounts are included in pet food, antioxidants serve two important functions — keeping food fresh and keeping pets healthy. Let’s take a look at the health benefits. The… Read More

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Jun 03, 2013

You know there are physical therapy centers for people who are recovering from traumatic injuries and life saving surgeries, but did you know that the same service exists for cats as well? In fact, veterinary rehabilitation therapy is a growing field in animal medicine,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
May 09, 2013

By Vanessa Voltolina You’re scanning pet food labels and come across ingredients such as “chicken meal,” “pea fiber” and “rice.” Still, you may be wondering if all of these ingredients are present in the ideal amounts in this food to provide your pet the nutrients it needs… Read More

Lorie Huston, DVM
May 09, 2013

By Lorie Huston, DVM Grain free pet foods are currently very popular. But are they really healthier for your pet than other types of pet foods? Let’s take a closer look at that question. While it is true that many pets do well on grain free diets, it is also true that these… Read More

Jennifer Coates, DVM
Jan 16, 2013

Nutrigenomics Research Yields New Nutritional Therapies for Pets By Jennifer Coates, DVM New research is proving the truth behind the old adage, “You are what you eat.” At its most basic level, the idea that people and pets are healthier when they eat nutritious food is… Read More