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  • Try One of the Most Popular Canine Joint Pain Supplements for Under $10
    Can Your Senior Begin ‘Acting Like a Puppy Again’?! We have a saying here at iHeartDogs. We created it because we started hearing the same thing over and over again when it came to our canine joint supplement product. It goes something like this. A customer with an older dog tries our Advanced Hip & Joint chews. They usually have tried a product before, but they either didn’t see results, or their dog refused to eat it. They try our formula, and the first impression is “Wow, my dog actually ate this and thought it was a treat!” (the natural bacon flavor helps with that) But it’s the next thing we often hear that literally brings tears to our eyes. We often hear: “My dog is acting like a puppy again!” ALAPA. Because our formula contains high, therapeutic levels of 4 active ingredients (glucosamine, MSM, chondroitin, and turmeric) its often significantly more effective than most joint products on the market. And like all products here on iHeartDogs, every single bottle provides donated meals for shelter dogs! Stories from People Who’s Older Dogs Are ALAPA   “My nine year old dog was really slowing down and experiencing pain. I’ve ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2019-07-15
  • One of Last Surviving ‘Vicktory Dogs’ Has Crossed the Rainbow Bridge
    In the late days of her life, the American Staffordshire Terrier behaved like any other senior dog. She loved a good snooze. The sweet dog spent time with her family and nibbling on treats. Her favorite toy was a raccoon. This dog showed no signs of the difficult obstacles she overcame. Layla, the Survivor Before being rescued, Layla lived in Virginia. Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick kept her as part of his dogfighting ring called Bad Newz Kennels. In 2007, authorities rescued more than 50 dogs from the fighting operation. According to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Vick trained his dogs to “cause major injuries” to other pups. It is hard to imagine someone could hurt dogs in that way. Thankfully, authorities raided the facilities and saved many of the dogs. Twenty-two of the survivors were transferred to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah. Layla was one of those dogs. She spent five years rehabilitating with Best Friends. At the end of her stay, she passed a Canine Good Citizen test. Now, she could find a forever home. A New Life Filled with Good News Once Layla passed the test, she needed to find her ... read more
    Source: iHeartDogsPublished on 2019-07-15
  • Heart Disease in Dogs
    The post Heart Disease in Dogs by Jennifer Lesser appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren't considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph of an article, then linking out to the rest of the piece on Dogster.com. As our beloved four-legged friends age, they unfortunately become more susceptible to an array of potential health conditions, including heart disease. “Heart disease occurs when the heart is unable to pump blood effectively. It’s more often seen in older dogs, but dogs of any age can be affected,” explains Dr. David Dilmore, a veterinarian with Banfield Pet Hospital. According to Dr. Jessica Romine, a veterinarian with BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Southfield, Michigan, heart disease is one of the more frequently diagnosed issues in dogs — however, not all heart diseases will actually lead to heart failure. Approximately 10% of all dogs will develop some degree of heart disease in their lifetime. “The incidence goes up significantly with age, with 20 to ... read more
    Source: DogsterPublished on 2019-07-15
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