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Should I have my pet microchipped?

Microchips can help reunite lost or injured pets with their owners, even after years!

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I've heard that powdered cellulose, used in pet food, is actually sawdust. Is this true?

No, reaching the powdered state of cellulose is an intentional process in making pet foods.

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I know that chocolate is bad for dogs, but is there a difference between the harm in dark chocolate versus milk chocolate?

Milk chocolate, while still bad for dogs, has lower amounts of the substance that causes dogs problems.

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Is it true that gum is bad for dogs?

Not all gums are harmful to dogs, but some sugarless gum can be toxic.

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I can't stand my dog's constant scratching! Will a food change help?

Food allergies are the least common cause of itchy skin. Only 5-10% of all the pets with allergies actually have food allergies. However, a food change might help. Click to learn how.

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My dog was just diagnosed with diabetes. What can I feed him?

Dogs with diabetes have specific dietary requirements.

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My dog eats grass. Will that hurt him?

Dogs often will graze in the yard for no specific reason. This does not mean they have an upset stomach or are missing something in their diet.

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How do I manage my cat's claws if I do not have her declawed?

More and more pet parents are choosing to let their cats keep their claws, front and back. Learn how to manage the claws in your house!

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My senior dog has been drinking a lot more water lately and urinating more frequently, what does this mean?

Increased urination and thirst is called polyuria/polydipsia. It can signal a number of different things.

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My cat has been urinating on my laundry basket and my bed, what is going on?

There are many causes for a cat to urinate outside the litter box.

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