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Dr. Carol is a world-renowned integrative veterinarian and author. A pioneer in anti-aging medicine and longevity research for pets, Dr. Osborne created and patented the original PAAWS: Pet Anti-Aging Wellness System, for dogs and cats.

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Dr. Carol on Dogs

Ticks & Tick Diseases: Ticks Threaten Dogs & People

Over the last few years, ticks have migrated across the country and their numbers are increasing. Ticks pose a true health threat to people and pets across the country at this point. Ticks are not only lurking during the warm summertime months but are also being found as the temperatures become colder.

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Keeping Pets Cool During the Dog Days of Summer

Keeping Pets Cool During the Dog Days of Summer. Don’t let summer’s scorching temperatures get the best of your pet this year. While you’re having fun in the sun with Fido, Veterinarian Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM shares a few tips to help keep your canine cool, safe and comfortable so you can both enjoy the outdoors.

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How to Decode Your Dog’s Vomit

No matter how hard you try to monitor your dog’s health, vomiting happens. Like humans, dogs vomit occasionally to expel food (or other substances) they shouldn’t have ingested. In many cases, this type of one-and-done vomiting isn’t a cause for concern.

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Fatty Tumors In Dogs: What To Know And Do About Them

Have you ever run your hands over your dog’s body and felt something that wasn’t there before? Lumps and bumps are not uncommon in dogs, and they can pop up seemingly overnight. Any new lump on your dog should always be checked out by a veterinarian to make sure it isn’t something dangerous like an abscess (a pocket of infection under the skin), or even cancer.

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Dr. Carol on Cats

Pets and the COVID-19 – Coronavirus Pandemic

What are pet owners most important considerations to keep their pets safe from the Coronavirus pandemic and how to stay busy with pets and live while under quarantine. The current coronavirus pandemic has alarmed pet owners worldwide. Experts continue to believe that pets, including dogs and cats are not able to become infected nor are they able to transmit the COVID-19 disease to people.

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Your Pet’s Health & the Corona Virus Pandemic

What risk does COVID-19 pose to Dogs & Cats? Currently, according to the U.S. Center for Disease Control [CDC] there is no evidence that pets, specifically dogs and cats can transmit the Corona virus causing COVID-19 to people. The Center for Disease Control does, however, recommend minimizing contact with pets for individuals currently experiencing signs of COVID-19.

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Dr. Carol Pet Recipes

Carrot and Hummus Cookies

Looking for a great low fat, low sugar dog treat? Try making your dog carrot and hummus cookies, safety guaranteed by Dr Carol. Recipe: courtesy of Ana and her diabetic dog Xena. Carrot and Hummus Cookies Looking for a great low fat, low sugar dog treat? Try making your dog carrot and hummus cookies, safety…

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Frosty Feline Fruity Delight

Frosty Feline Fruity Delight. Cats are obligatory carnivores, unlike dogs and people, and most felines turn up their noses at anything that doesn’t offer a taste and smell to their liking. About 5.5 ounces of food per meal, twice a day, is ideal for most cats. Most cats are either meat eaters or fish eaters, although…

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Purrin’ Salmon Pate

Purrin’ Salmon Pate. Cats are obligatory carnivores, unlike dogs and people, and most felines turn up their noses at anything that doesn’t offer a taste and smell to their liking. About 5.5 ounces of food per meal, twice a day, is ideal for most cats. Most cats are either meat eaters or fish eaters, although occasionally…

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Feline Creamy Chicken Delight

Feline Creamy Chicken Delight. Consists of 80 percent meat, 20 percent veggies. You can prepare a homemade diet for your pet as easily as for your family. These pet recipes will help keep your family’s furry, best 4-legged companions happy and healthy.  Here are a few of my personal pet tried-and-true kitchen creations offering dogs…

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