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Dancin and the Salmon Gruel

Dancin is too weak to write having not eaten for 2 and a half days! My mission to buy baby food with which to force feed her was aborted by the snow/sleet and Seahawks game.  I decided to make my own. I smashed up the left over salmon, mixed it with goat milk, nutritious right? Filled  the feeding […]

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Dancin’s Food Blog

  In case you don’t remember me my name is Dancin. I am a Japanese Chin!  My mother has written about my eating habits before, but does she really know what goes on in my head? I’ve decided to take over.  By the way, I think I look quite beautiful in my wedding finery, don’t […]

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Thoughts on Vaccinations

Vaccination and Dog Cancer by Dr. Demian Dressler · 13 comments A reader recently posed a question about vaccinations and links with cancer in dogs. I discussed this in more detail in the Guide, along with many other factors that may (or may not) have links to cancer.  But, since it came up, I thought […]

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Dachsie Gets Steps and Ramps!

My Buddy would have loved these steps and ramps. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/09/dog-owners-heartwarming-project-dog-reddit_n_3047879.html

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I Surrender….

Abby, my 13 year old golden, has had diarrhea since January when she took an antibiotic.  She has always had a tempermental GI tract.  I took all of the supplements away and have just been giving  pain medicine (for her hips).  Today I surrendered…I am adding it all back in, the benefits outweigh the negatives and […]

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What is Actually in Your Pet’s Food

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/ There are two articles that are very informative about the ingredients in our pet food: The Historical Basis for Illegal Waste in Pet Food and Learn the Turth about Pet Food Ingredients.

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A Cat’s Life

Snow, my sweet white deaf kitty, has hyperesthesia of her tail. This means she attacks her tail as if it is attacking her. During these times I don’t think she realizes her tail is part of her body!  It is time to see Lena McCullough, DVM for acupunture.  Acupuncture soothes the savage beast in Snow, calming her nervous […]

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RedFyve Graphic Design

RedFyve Graphic Design is located in Seattle. offering design services for logos, packaging, branding, print and web. RedFyve is also a full-service web design/development studio providing a wide range of web services such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, and custom WordPress themes. Ben Dixon of RedFyve is wonderful.  He designed and now keeps my website looking […]

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Cancer: an unpleasant topic

http://www.dogcancerblog.com/author/sueettinger Dr. Susan Ettinger appears to be able to explain treatment and diagnosis in terms we lay people can understand. I find her information helpful. Should you have questions about lumps/limps or other symptoms check out her blog as well as contacting your veterinarian

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Safe Escape for Victims & Pets

Safe Escape for victims and pets Julia sought refuge at a domestic violence shelter after she had become the target of a violent stalker. She had been terrorized for months and was living every waking moment in fear. Her final breaking point happened the day her stalker attempted to break into her home to kill […]

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