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Challenging Times Dictate Adjustments: Veterinarians Must Focus On What Matters Most

Challenging Times Dictate Adjustments: Veterinarians Must Focus On What Matters Most

To say that COVID-19 has changed our personal lifestyles over the past month is an understatement. The coronavirus pandemic has caused us to shelter at home, and of course avoid time with friends at social events, entertainment venues, restaurants and even church. Sure, we may have video and streaming services, take-outs from our surviving restaurants […]

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Careful Use of Cleaning Products Around Pets

Careful Use of Cleaning Products Around Pets

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, many people have started working from home, and schools and colleges have transitioned to distance learning. With heightened awareness that the virus can be transmitted by touching contaminated objects, some individuals have also started sanitizing their homes as a preventive measure. However, some of these sanitary products can […]

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Pet-Friendly New Orleans

Pet-Friendly New Orleans

Why is New Orleans such a great pet-friendly city? New Orleans is full of dog-lovers and offers activities for the whole family, two and four-legged alike. The city’s walkability provides the perfect setting for your dog to get exercise while the family is able to visit famous landmarks, like Jackson Square and the riverfront. All […]

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Pet Dental Care Made Easy

Pet Dental Care Made Easy

Did you know that most dogs suffer from periodontal disease by the time they are three and cats by the time they are four? As February is National Pet Dental Health Month, it is important to note that less than only 4% of dog and cat owners brush their pet’s teeth on a daily basis […]

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Dog Aging Project

Dog Aging Project

Thank you so much for hosting me on The Pet Buzz!  I am really excited to share with you about the largest dog science project ever endeavored, the Dog Aging Project.  We are enrolling tens of thousands of companion dogs throughout the United States into our longitudinal study.  This will allow us to closely monitor […]

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Creating a Pet Health & Wellness Plan

Creating a Pet Health & Wellness Plan

It’s that time of year where we wish friends and family a “Happy New Year!”. The same time that we often make resolutions regarding our health and fitness. While I am not qualified to help you develop your own health resolutions, I would love to share some information that can help you plan for your […]

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Five Tips for Safer Pet Grooming

Five Tips for Safer Pet Grooming

Pet grooming is strongly associated solely with improving the appearance of your dog or cat. But other grooming benefits include early detection of disease, parasite control, better hygiene and improvement to your bond with your dog or cat. As January is National Bath month, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and host of the syndicated radio show, “The […]

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Celebrating Holiday Traditions with the Family Pet

Celebrating Holiday Traditions with the Family Pet

If you’ve ever bought your dog a holiday present or hung a stocking for your cat, you’re not alone. American pet parents overwhelmingly opt to include their pets in their holiday traditions, and this year is no different. Joining us today to talk about celebrating family traditions and holiday pet gift-giving is Petrendologist Charlotte Reed […]

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Pet-Friendly Holiday Must Haves

Pet-Friendly Holiday Must Haves

Pets can ruin a holiday if you’re not prepared.  Decrease your seasonal stress by pet prepping your dog, cat, guests, and home for the upcoming holidays.  Joining us today is Petrendologist and host of the syndicated The Pet Buzz radio show, Charlotte Reed who with her dog, Teign, who will provide her top tips for […]

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