A recent event made me realize that a puppy’s body is made up of lots of complicated and fragile parts. And it only takes one small anomaly to change their future. We usually talk about the major diseases that turn a healthy dog into a disabled pet, but did you know there are little-known conditions that keep puppies from walking? Those diseases inspired me to share the story below. [Read more…]
Pet parents know that two of the most important ways to keep your dog healthy is with regular exams and vaccinations. But what if I said you can add to your pet’s good health by learning 10 touches that can save your dog’s life? Would you be willing to add them to your monthly schedule?
The 10 touches are easy to learn and your dog will think you are giving him a rubdown. You are probably doing some of them now and don’t know it. [Read more…]
With nearly 1.5 million subscribers you have probably heard how the Vet Ranch YouTube Channel gets sick and injured dogs on their feet. But just in case Vet Ranch hasn’t been on your radar screen, here’s a story to get you caught up. I have to admit that I had not heard about this amazing project until a friend introduced me to their mission. Now I am hooked on watching the incredible videos of Dr. Matt and his team of veterinarians who are giving homeless pets a second chance. [Read more…]
We have a winner for the Petnostics At-Home Diagnostic Test Kit Giveaway. [Read more…]
Thanks to technology, apps, and cell phones you can order just about anything online and have it delivered to your home. The folks at Petnostics took that idea and combined it with cutting edge science. Imagine having the ability to check your pet’s health with at-home diagnostic tests. It would make life easier if you have to monitor a pet for an ongoing illness.
The first product Petnostics developed was a urinalysis kit for diagnosing urinary tract infections. It was the perfect test kit for paralyzed dogs and cats who are prone to recurring UTIs. Petnostics just released two new at-home diagnostic tests for pets. One checks for bladder stones and the other monitors pets with diabetes.