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Senior Dog Care Seasons of Change I love the changing of the seasons and even though we live in the very temperate state of CA, there is a certain smell and taste in the senses when fall arrives. Pumpkins pop out on porches and ghoulish delights hang from the oak trees. A full harvest array greets customers browsing shops from Santa Barbara to LA. It is a time of packing away

 

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Your Pet’s Immune System This time of year, we have to be extra mindful of your pet’s immune system. Those extra holiday treats have possibly added a few inches to Fido’s waistline, as well as ours, and we aren’t the only ones who can catch a sneeze or cough when the winter winds blow. To keep your pet’s immune system in flu-fighting condition, you need to pay attention to your

 

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Canine Acupunture
How Canine Acupuncture Decreases Arthritic Pain When our furry best friends are in pain, we’re likely to do anything in our power to alleviate their discomfort and ease their distress. While some health issues are permanently resolved with various forms...
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Corgi runs free in a WiggleLess

Otis is a beautiful Corgi I met today. We needed to see how the longer breastbone strap on our Size Large WiggleLess would fit.He took to it beautifully! It was a joy to see him running and playing free while being supported. Corgi’s are considered chondrodystrophic breeds. With their short limbs and long spines they are susceptible to IVDD and back issues. Otis’ owner confirmed that keeping your Corgi at

 

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“Molly” Gets Support For Her Dog Back Problems

“Molly” is a sweet Beagle Lab mix rescued from a shelter. She was born deaf and has episodes of “Snapping Fly Syndrome”. She doesn’t want any surprises so approach her with love and gentleness. Beagles are considered “chondrodystrophic” and they are prone to dog back problems. She wears her WiggleLess® to help support her back and offer a sense of calm and stress relief. WiggleLess® secures around the spinal column.

 

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