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PetMD Editorial
Apr 27, 2009

Breathe Easier Knowing Your Home is Toxin Free Out of all the toxic environments that your pet will be exposed to in its lifetime, it is the place where we feel safest that may be the most dangerous to your pet's health — your home. The typical modern home has more… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 20, 2009

Eight Herbs to Improve Your Dog's Health Herbs. How boring would your Bolognese sauce be without them? Herbs have long been used to treat and prevent ailments in people, and apart from smelling good and adding an extra something to your cooking, certain herbs can help… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 20, 2009

Some animal experts have asserted that pets intuitively eat plants according to their specific medicinal value -- that is, as long as they have several plants to choose from. The problem, however, is that we choose our plants for beauty rather than edibility. So when a pet… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Mar 06, 2009

By Paula Fitzsimmons When your dog is feeling under the weather, your vet should be the first person you call. Seemingly minor symptoms may be indicative of a serious underlying medical condition, in which case do-it-yourself remedies could be ineffective or cause more harm… Read More