Malaria-Sniffing Dog May Help Wipe Out Disease

We know all dogs have a powerful sense of smell. Whether we’ve brought a fresh loaf of bread into the house or carried a rotten bag of food out of it, their nose knows. And, of course, when we return … Continue reading

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Worried About a Positive Test for Lyme Disease?

Hang on! Wait! Just because your dog tests positive for Lyme disease in the vet’s office does NOT mean you need to treat with antibiotics! My sister and two friends of mine recently took their dogs to their vets for … Continue reading

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Dr. Jason Souyias Opens Practice Doors to Port Huron, MI Patients Seeking Laser Dentistry to Treat Gum Disease

Port Huron, MI (PRWEB) June 16, 2015 Patients with gum disease in Port Huron, MI are now welcome to receive the LANAP

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Drs. Glenn J. Shefter and Greg S. Fertik Encourage Patients to Take Step Towards Improving their Oral Health this Month, in Recognition of Gum Disease Awareness Month

Asheville, NC (PRWEB) February 20, 2015 February is Gum Disease Awareness Month, and Drs. Glenn J. Shefter and Greg S. Fertik honor the occasion by educating Asheville, NC area residents on gum disease, its dangers and advanced treatment options available. … Continue reading

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Vaccine vs Disease, Parvo Edition: an Infographic

Vaccines are a complicated topic, let’s start with that. It’s impossible to break down the conversation into something so simplistic as “Vaccines: yes or no”. Some are more effective than others, some prevent more severe diseases than others. There are … Continue reading

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Managing tobacco disease in cotton

Managing tobacco disease in cotton Foliar sprays of Fipronil at 2ml/l also control the vector spread. Barrier crop such as sorghum, maize etc., can be grown in 3 to 4 rows. (Dr. Vijaya Bhaskar Rao is Scientist (Plant Pathology), email … Continue reading

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Eye And Heart Disease in Dogs

Eye disease is very common with Golden Retrievers. Most Golden’s will generally have hereditary cataracts, which is a common eye problem. At an early age, with affected Golden’s, one type of hereditary cataract will appear. Even though it may not … Continue reading

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Insect and Disease Problems On Trees and Shrubs Are Widespread in Philadelphia and Giroud Tree and Lawn Describes the Top 7 Problems and the Tree Service Actions to Take

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 12, 2014 Insect and disease problems are rampant on Philadelphia properties this year. The higher than normal incidence may be due to the extremely rough winter and late start to spring. The ISA Certified Arborists at … Continue reading

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Jan 12, Corn-Free Kidney Disease Dog Food

Hi Barbara, My brother has a 13 year old Border Collie/Australian Shepherd mix that has been diagnosed with kidney disease. They want to switch her Dog Food Blog | Best Dog Food Guide

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Canine Joint Disease

Video courtesy of Life’s Abundance Arthritis is a painful condition and is one of the most common problems affecting dogs in America. It was listed among the top ten disease conditions in dogs in 2008 (source: VPI). There may be … Continue reading

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