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How This Home Health Screen Came About
The other day a man named Jim emailed me to say how grateful he was for ThePetCheckUp. With this home health screen, Jim was able to find a urinary imbalance in his eight-year old dog, Sammy, and get veterinary care for Sammy before the problem became serious.
The Best Tool in Your Detective Kit For Keeping Your Pets Healthy and Happy
It is becoming widely accepted that people who live with animal companions enjoy longer and healthier lives. Our pets remind us to be gentle, loyal, and trusting.
Could Your Dog or Cat Be at Risk for Kidney Disease?
Julie noticed her dog, Zac, was drinking more water. Not just once, but several days in a row. She knew that excess thirst can be a sign of illness, so she took Zac to her veterinarian for tests.
Veterinarians Say It’s Their Best Treatment Tool
We all know that catching cancer, heart disease, adult-onset diabetes, and other major diseases EARLY can make all the difference in both the success of treatment and an individual’s longevity.
A General Profile of Our Customers
Over the years, we have found there is a basic “profile” that describes the vast majority of our customers. Most significantly, they are proactive with their own health as well as their animal’s health.
The Significance of Timing in Reading the Test Results
By waiting the appropriate number of seconds ~ from 30 seconds to 2 minutes for ThePetCheckup ~ you will obtain the test results.
Creating A Nation of “No More Homeless Pets”
Having grown up in an extended family of animal lovers, I have always held on to the hope that the day would come when every dog and cat born would have a loving home.
The Forgotten Angels
I often counsel people who are grieving the loss of beloved animal companions. Without exception, they all tell me how much they learned from their animal friends and how deeply their souls were touched by the animal’s depth of love and devotion.
What To Do When Your Animal Companion is Dying
Our animals are gifts to us for the time they grace our lives. The most difficult part of sharing our lives with an animal companion is often dealing with their departure.
Your Dog is Barking – Are you Listening?
Barking is a primary form of communication for dogs and as already illustrated, can be extremely useful, yet left unchecked, owners (and their neighbors) can be driven to distraction by a dog who refuses to quiet.
Those Who Play Together, Stay Together
My dog did not come with an owner’s manual and I suspect that yours didn’t either. It’s lamentable, since most of us would probably find it helpful to have instructions on how to operate a canine in four-paw drive.
Kids and Dogs: Parental Guidance Required
My first puppy was a memorable and life-shaping experience. Although my parents never admitted it, I suspect they finally caved in to my pleas for a puppy.