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    Acupuncture for Dogs: What Is It and Can It Help Your Dog?

    Acupuncture: it’s not just for people anymore. Thousands of people in the U.S. attest to the usefulness of alternative treatments such as acupuncture, and now it is gaining popularity as a potential treatment for dogs. Read on to learn more about the ins and outs of canine acupuncture.

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    FDA Warns This Diet Could Be Harmful to Your Dog’s Health

    Dog owners generally want the best for their dogs, which can include buying special foods that boast greater nutritional value than the standard fare. But the FDA now warns that some grain-free diets may be harmful to a dog’s health.

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    2 Killer Canine Diseases Vaccination Can Prevent

    Unfortunately, even though you may treat your dog well and feed him the best foods, there are some diseases that strike at even the healthiest of dogs. Read on to learn how you can protect your dog against two of the nastiest canine diseases.

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    3 Necessary Precautions to Take When Using Blood-Glucose Monitors on Diabetic Dogs

    If you have a diabetic dog, you may need to use a blood-glucose monitoring system to keep track of his health. Learn about the three precautions you should always take before testing your dog's blood to keep him safe.

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    Is Your Dog’s Food Safe? Euthanasia Drug Recently Discovered in Dog Food Prompts Recall from Major Brands

    A Washington woman’s New Year’s Eve turned to tragedy when four of her dogs became gravely ill after consuming a can of Evanger’s wet dog food. Last Friday, the FDA warned pet owners that dog food from a number of popular brands had become contaminated with a drug commonly used in the euthanization of dogs, cats, and horses.

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