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Atopica for Cats and Dogs: Know The Risk

By Jennifer Dempsey / January 10, 2019

As a doting pet parent, you go above and beyond to ensure your furry companion’s health and well-being. From making sure they are on the best diet possible to providing them with plenty of mental and physical stimulation, you try your best to do it all. That’s why it can be pretty upsetting when problems […]

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Cosequin for Cats: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

By JoAnna Pendergrass / December 21, 2018

Have you noticed your joints getting a little creakier with each passing year? Does the friendly phrase “sit down and take the weight off” bring you a deeper sense of relief than it did in your younger years? Welcome to the joys of aging and joint pain. However, you are not alone in this journey. […]

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Previcox: Know The Risks Beforehand

By Jennifer Dempsey / December 17, 2018

Recognizing that your beloved four-legged companion is in pain can be one of the worst feelings for a pet owner. You do all that you can to ensure your dog’s happiness and well-being. You make sure they get plenty of exercise and feed them the very best, species-appropriate diet. Fido has routine check-ups and you’re […]

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Potassium Bromide & Seizures

By JoAnna Pendergrass / December 17, 2018

Undoubtedly, one of the scariest moments for a pet owner is witnessing their beloved four-legged friend experience a seizure. Seconds can feel like hours as you watch your dog convulse on the floor. You feel helpless and uncertain about what to do next.  Once your dog stops convulsing and you take them to your veterinarian, […]

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Claritin for Dogs: Yes or No?

By JoAnna Pendergrass / October 16, 2018

Irritated eyes. Runny noses. Constant itching. Allergies plague millions of people every year. Unfortunately for our four-legged friends, allergies don’t discriminate. Dog allergies can be a constant nuisance and cause quite a bit of agitation and distress, particularly during spring and summer. Knowing that (wo)man’s best friend is suffering just as much as we are […]

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Galliprant: The Right Choice For Your Dog?

By JoAnna Pendergrass / October 16, 2018

Your four-legged family member means the world to you. Trust us, we get it. Here at Honest Paws, we are all dog owners. Therefore, we understand how heart-wrenching it can be to witness your dog getting older and experiencing the aches and pains associated with aging. Unfortunately, dogs are notorious for hiding their pain. When […]

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Cerenia: Know The Side Effects

By Petal Smart / October 15, 2018

You know the feeling…that queasy discomfort in the pit of your stomach…and whatever the cause, we don’t have to tell you how awful it feels. Dry heaving. Stomach pains. Being sick is no fun for anyone, including your furry friends… And just like people, dogs and cats can experience nausea and vomiting for a number […]

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Carprofen: Worth The Risk?

By JoAnna Pendergrass / October 6, 2018

Being a pet parent is a rewarding experience. Nonstop love and affection. A cuddle buddy. The best partner in crime that anyone could ask for. Dogs are so special and we are so lucky to have them. However, no one said that being responsible for your four-legged companion’s complete and total wellbeing was going to […]

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Benadryl for Cats: A Cautionary Tail

By JoAnna Pendergrass / October 4, 2018

Your four-legged feline means the world to you. Trust us, and we get it. Our cats are our family members, and we know that you would do just about anything to keep them happy and healthy. However, we likely don’t have to tell you that it’s not always that simple. Even the most doting pet […]

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Tramadol For Dogs: Pros & Cons

By Petal Smart / October 2, 2018

One of the worst feelings for a pet owner is knowing that your beloved four-legged companion is in pain but not knowing exactly what to do for them. Whether your dog is recovering from surgery or experiencing pain associated with aging bones and joints, your vet will likely prescribe conventional pain medication. Here’s where things […]

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