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Booth 785 True Leaf Pet enables pet owners to care for their pet naturally, supporting a long and healthy life with its OregaPet® and TrueHemp™ CALMING, IMMUNE+HEART, and HIP+JOINT support products. more
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Proper Pet Hygiene

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Like humans, pets can experience skin conditions that may cause redness, itchiness, odor, and even wounds. Fortunately, many skin conditions can be prevented with routine bathing and grooming. Dr. Alison Diesel, clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, explained the importance of pet hygiene for both dogs and cats. more

The BC SPCA is turning brrs into purrs this winter season!

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The BC SPCA's Annual Brrrs for Purrs will be held from November 24th - December 5th, 2016. This annual event encourages people to adopt a furry feline friend and protect them from the frosty weather. This wonderful event is sponsored by Hill's Science Diet and all adult cat adoption fees are 50 per cent off.  Visit to search for your new feline friend. more

Win A Seat on Lucy Pet's 2017 Rose Parade Float!

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THOUSAND OAKS, CA (Nov. 16, 2016) - Lucy Pet Products has just announced an exciting new contest where the winner will ride on its 2017 Tournament of Roses parade float on Jan. 2, 2017 in Pasadena, Calif. The sweepstakes prize includes a trip for four with airfare and a four night stay at the beautiful Pasadena Sheraton. One lucky winner from this family of four will get to ride on the Lucy Pet float during the 128th annual Rose Parade while the remaining three family members watch from the VIP section of the viewing stands. more

Gastrointestinal Disorders In Cats

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Frequent diarrhea, vomiting, and other signs of an upset stomach in your feline companion could be a sign of a gastrointestinal (GI) or digestive disorder. While an occasional upset stomach is normal, cat owners should inform their veterinarian if their pet frequently experiences signs of digestive issues. more


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