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(BPT) - If your pup is having accidents in the house, there may be a medical reason. Canine urinary incontinence due to urethral sphincter hypotonus, or canine urinary incontinence (UI) for short, is a common medical condition in dogs that affects their ability to control urine flow. Learn m…

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(BPT) - August is Pet Digestive Health Month! Use this advice to protect and preserve your pet’s digestive health through the dog days of summer. For more pet digestive health tips, visit PetDigestiveHealthMonth.com.

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(BPT) - If your travel plans this summer include bringing along a pet, there can be a lot of logistics to think through. The expert team of veterinarians and pet behaviorists at Purina want to make your summer travel plans a success, so we’ve gathered tips from the best in the business on wa…

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(BPT) - Every year, nearly 400,000 shelter dogs are euthanized because of overcrowding and the inability to find them a fur-ever home. Now, thanks to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal Plant Health Inspection Services’ (APHIS) Detector Dog program, many of these pound puppies can ha…

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(NewsUSA) - Does your pet race for the nearest corner, or hide under the bed when a thunderstorm strikes? Does he or she panic when it’s time to get in the car, or when  home alone for an extended time? Weather, travel, and separation are just a few of the possible causes of stress in pets.