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Ask Atticus

Welcome to our blog, Ask Atticus! For those of you that have never visited our brick and mortar, Atticus is our beloved Siberian Husky who has been helping us with customers since the wee age of 12 weeks. He is now a seasoned adult and more than willing to share his experiences and help with canine and feline problems (in spite of the cats tangling with him over the years)! Please feel free to ask questions and we will also invite guets to provide content on a variety of pet related issues. 

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The Canine MicroBiome

The Canine MicroBiome

Microbiome Monday: The canine microbiome is quickly becoming a focus by researchers to identify and manage chronic diseases. This short video is an overview of the basics in understanding the microbiome and its role within our canine companions.

Coping With Cushing's Disease

Cushing's disease is a hyperactive adrenal gland disease that occurs when the adrenal glands pump out excessive amounts of hormones called glucorticoids. Glucorticoids are the body's natural source of cortisone. When excessive amounts are in the blood stream, they end up pushing the body's metabolism to the point where it becomes physically uncomfortable for the animal.

Puppies for Sale ...or for Lease

You’ve heard of predatory lending, but probably never imagined that this unethical financial practice could apply to man’s best friend. You can lease a car, or rent furniture—why not other high-ticket items, like puppies? Pet stores and websites that sell puppies—most of whom come from puppy mills—get a big payday with each dog sold, but it’s a race against time because this kind of “product” needs to be sold quickly, before getting too big or too old.

How to Calm An Ear Infection

When our pets develop ear infections, the amount of stress we can put ourselves under to soothe their pains can be overwhelming. Seeing them in pain in that way, can be an anxious and stressful experience. Never fear! The Big Bad Woof has a few natural remedies that can help soothe your pet’s infection before it gets out of control. Of course, there is a certain point where a veterinarian’s care is the only option. The remedies we suggest below, should ideally only be applied to ear’s that are in the beginning stages of an infection.

My cat has kidney issues, can I feed Weruva?

Atticus, Is Weruva a good food for cats prone to or experiencing kidney issues? "Our formulas were not designed for any specific purpose. They are designed to be complete and balanced for adult maintenance. Based upon what we put in the can, high quality meat with moisture, they are often helpful with certain conditions. There is literature out there as to what types of diets may be best for certain conditions. Our foods often meet the descriptions of such diets and therefore may be helpful. However, they are not designed to prevent, cure or treat any particular ailment. And of course, please consult your veterinarian."

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