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Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic is the official web site of veterinarian, Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM, PAAWS Pet Vitamins and VitaLife Pet Supplements.

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
Why Do Dogs Eat Dirt and Rocks?

Why Do Dogs Eat Dirt and Rocks?

As a dedicated dog parent, you should be concerned if your dog or puppy eats dirt or rocks. This can be a very dangerous behavior. Eating excessive dirt or just one rock has the potential to cause intestinal blockage or choking. Choking will be obvious, but intestinal blockage may happen without you even knowing it until it’s too late. Not to mention all the chemicals and waste found in today’s dirt.

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Dr. Carol on Cats

22 Pet Safety, Health and Behaviour Tips to ring in 2022

Happy New Year for 2021/ 2022. I personally want to wish everyone a great new year and happy holidays from everyone at Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center & Pet Clinic and Dr. Carol’s Pet Supplements. Holidays promise joy and celebration, but the festivities can also lead to stress and anxiety for people and pets. It is…

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Holidays Survival Guide for Furry Friends

Helpful Pet Tips for avoiding the vet’s office during the holidays The Holidays are upon us! This means tasty treats, special decorations and, undoubtedly, a trip to the vet’s office. This time of year is usually just as stressful for our pets as it is for us. Our furry little family members have the tendency…

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Cold Weather Woes for Your Furry Friends

With winter in full swing, here are 6 tips to avoid a cold weather chilly trip to the Vet’s office with your furry friends. During these winter months, it can be challenging to keep our pets healthy and happy. The cold weather often brings a slew of things to watch out for when it comes…

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What to look for in Air Purifiers for Pets!

The Healthy asked experts to pick the best air purifiers for pet owners. Here’s how you can rid the air in your home of pet dander (plus allergens like dust, pollen, and mold) and what to look for before you buy. What is pet dander? We love our furry friends. They lick us, snuggle with us, and…

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Dr. Carol Pet Recipes

Bodhi’s Liver Cleansing Diet

The following recipe is for my 60 lb. dog. If your pet won’t eat all of the vegetables listed here you could just include the ones that they like. Here is a written version of the way I prepare my dog Bodhi’s food.  It is quite involved and does take some time to prepare every…

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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. Looking for a great low fat, low sugar dog treat? Try making your dog carrot and hummus cookies, safety guaranteed by Dr Carol.…

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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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