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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

Pet Body Weight and Cancer Risk

Excess body weight is an important factor as it relates to the risk of developing tumors and cancer in dogs and cats. Simply put extra pounds increase your pet’s risk of developing cancer. If your dog or cat is 15 percent or more above his or her ideal weight, he is obese. Being just 10% percent overweight decreases your pets healthy life span by one-third and predisposes him to heart, liver and kidney disease as well as to arthritis, diabetes, and cancer.

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Dogs Can Get Breast Cancer Too

Breast cancer is most often associated with humans, but dogs develop this malignancy as well. The good news is that there are many steps you can take to reduce the risk in your own canine companion. We don’t often think of breast cancer in association with our canine companions. But the fact is, the incidence of mammary tumors in dogs is higher than in any other domesticated animal.

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Pet Safety Tips for the Easter & Passover Holiday

Holidays are favorites for family gatherings, cheers and lots of delicious goodies. Here are a few tips to help ensure your holiday weekend is as joyous for you as it is for Fido and Fluffy. First and foremost be sure your 4-footed companions are healthy, have updated ID tags and a properly fitted collar. Take a few safety precautions and use lots of every day common sense!

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Dr. Carol on Cats

Pet Body Weight and Cancer Risk

Excess body weight is an important factor as it relates to the risk of developing tumors and cancer in dogs and cats. Simply put extra pounds increase your pet’s risk of developing cancer. If your dog or cat is 15 percent or more above his or her ideal weight, he is obese. Being just 10% percent overweight decreases your pets healthy life span by one-third and predisposes him to heart, liver and kidney disease as well as to arthritis, diabetes, and cancer.

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Pet Safety Tips for the Easter & Passover Holiday

Holidays are favorites for family gatherings, cheers and lots of delicious goodies. Here are a few tips to help ensure your holiday weekend is as joyous for you as it is for Fido and Fluffy. First and foremost be sure your 4-footed companions are healthy, have updated ID tags and a properly fitted collar. Take a few safety precautions and use lots of every day common sense!

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Martha Stewart and Canopy Growth Are Collaborating on CBD Products for Pets But is CBD Oil for Pets Totally Safe? Here’s What you should know.

Martha Stewart is collaborating with cannabis company Canopy Growth on a new line of CBD products that will focus on pets and eventually extend to people. CBD products have spiked in popularity due to some promising research surrounding its ability to treat certain health conditions. Experts explain how CBD products may affect the health of your pets.

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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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