Category Archives: Pet Health

Never Lose Your Pet Thanks to Michelson’s Found Animals Free Microchip Registry

I received a lot of feedback about my recent blog “False Confidence about Microchipping a Pet” which pointed out some of the pitfalls about micro-chipping your dog or cat, not the least of which is that most people haven’t registered … Continue reading

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Feline Graffiti: Stressed-out Cat Pees on Everything!

I got this question from Taylor, who listens to my NPR radio show DOG TALK ®(and Kitties, Too!) as well as to CAT CHAT® on the Radio Pet Lady Network. She describes a pretty awful out-of-control, out-of-litter-box situation: “We have … Continue reading

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Avoid Feeding Your Dog These Red-Flag Foods

Jenna—the editor of Pugs Home—recently shared with me an interesting article on human foods that are dangerous for dogs. Many of us already know about common fare like chocolate, onions, garlic and grapes and raisins. The Pugs Home piece also … Continue reading

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Cold Weather Dangers – How Cold Is Too Cold?

In some parts of the U.S., “spring has sprung” but in the Northeast, like Vermont where I live with two thin-coated Weimaraners, we have another two months of winter to bear, including a current windy cold snap in the single … Continue reading

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Warren Eckstein on “The Most Digestible (Dog) Food on the Market”

Warren Eckstein, host of The Pet Show, is an internationally known pet and animal expert. Warren has devoted over thirty years to teaching both pets and their people to live happily together through his unique “Hugs and Kisses” approach to … Continue reading

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