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Smorgasbord Pet Health – Christmas Dinner for four-legged Family and a FREE book from Sam, a Shaggy Dog

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Smorgasord pet Health – 56 homecooked recipes for your fur family.

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Sam was sent home as a puppy with a bag of food that he had been weaned on. Even at 8 weeks old he was determined to educate us as to his food preferences and declined to eat it at all. I have alwa…

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Smorgasbord Pet Health – Kennel Cough – Hygiene is just as important for dogs – as is not sharing food and water bowls.

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One of the biggest worries about leaving a dog in kennels when we are away on business or holiday is that risk that they might contract kennel cough. This is an airborne infection, which is highly …

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Smorgasbord Pet Health – Hip Dysplasia – A good reason to meet your puppy’s relatives.

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Hip dysplasia is a skeletal defect in dogs and cats.  It is far more common in dogs and it is usually an inherited problem. Dogs have played an important part in our lives for thousands of years an…

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Smorgasbord Pet Health – Neutering – The side-effects including to longevity.

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These days it is more common to find that domesticated dogs and cats in the US and Europe have been neutered. You cannot adopt a dog over a few months old who has not been neutered, and you are enc…

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