Welsh Terrier Pet Clip

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Ringside Evaluation of the Welsh Terrier

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Welsh Terrier Standard Quick Reference

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Animal Legislation – How to Make a Difference

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Welsh Terrier Health Inventory List

It’s important to routinely evaluate your welsh terrier’s health and to go to your veterinarian appointment prepared to address any changes since your last visit. A health inventory list is the perfect way to summarize your welsh terrier’s health status. Performing a health inventory can help you make the most of your visit to the veterinarian or other practitioner. When you have the sense that something’s just not right but can’t point your finger to exactly what’s wrong, a health inventory can help you focus on previously unrecognized health or behavior changes. When there is an acute or dramatic change, the inventory can help to identify other equally important issues that may be overshadowed by or relevant to the acute change. Even when everything seems to be status quo a health inventory can help to focus on subtle changes that are not immediately obvious. We’ve developed a simple health inventory […]

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How to Rebuild Your Brain’s Gray Matter in Just 8 Weeks.

How to Rebuild Your Brain’s Gray Matter in Just 8 Weeks.

The brain’s gray matter is responsible for information processing. People and animals with more gray matter in certain parts of the brain are more intelligent – about 6% of gray matter is directly linked to intelligence. There is mounting evidence that a practice called mindfulness rebuilds gray matter and […] Click here to view full article

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Heatstroke can Kill – Keep Cool!

Heatstroke can Kill – Keep Cool!

Heatstroke can impair or kill your pet. Knowing the symptoms can help! As we enter the hottest part of summer in the northern hemisphere, it’s important to keep an eye on your pets to make sure they are not overheating. Heatstroke is not a mere inconvenience. It can lead […] Click here to view full article

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Take a walk!

Obesity is one of the five most common chronic diseases in dogs and cats. The two best ways to combat obesity are portion control and exercise. Regular exercise, including at least one 20 minute walk a day, will go a long way in improving your dog’s health, as well […] Click here to view full article

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Degenerative Myelopathy

While there is no standard treatment for degenerative myelopathy (DM), a neurologic disorder that causes muscle weakness and paralysis, there are valuable alternative or holistic therapies available. Inheritance Pattern : Canine DM is an inherited progressive disease of the spinal cord that begins with weakness in the rear legs […] Click here to view full article

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