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This week I learned something really worrisome that I had never heard about before: young female Labrador Retrievers are dying all over the country from liver disease that shows no symptoms at all! These seemingly healthy young pooches are succumbing … Continue reading
For those of you who don’t know this yet, just this week was the launch of the Radio Pet Lady Network. The very first show on the network debut was THE EXPERT VET, with Halo’s own Dr. Donna Spector, who … Continue reading
Question: Hi I have an 8 year old Maltese that weighs approx. 7.5 and is in good health. He is a picky eater and I have him off dry food as either the size is too big for him to … Continue reading
Tonight you can meet the wonderful vet, Dr. Donna Spector, whose opinions you have been reading here on the HALO blog for years! Dr. Donna will be filling in as my co-host tonight on my new Internet radio show CAT … Continue reading
There is so much misunderstanding about whether it’s okay to give a cat a bit of cheese from time to time as a treat. I’ve heard people get in a tizzy at the idea of offering a tiny chunk of … Continue reading