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Nov 29, 2012 10:13pm | By Clubgear52

It is no secret that smoking is detrimental to your health, but plenty of people still habitually light up. Yet, it is a lot easier said than done and all of those people that want to quit wind up sticking with the habit. To learn more about smoking … more ›


Sep 11, 2012 10:55pm | By Lymanmccarty1026

In 1997, the clinical local community was prescribing a new drug to address kind two diabetes. By March 2000, this drug was eradicated from the current market for the reason that it was resulting in hepatitis and liver ailment. Medicines in this lo… more ›


Pedigree Jumbone by Pedigree

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By: Ckwcoco

We followed all package instructions - our adult dog chewed on the Pedigree Jumbone until it was gone. Began drinking lots of water, started acting s… more ›


October 20, 2009 | By Ckwcoco | 6 | Urgency: S.O.S.!

Our dog almost died from esophagus blockage from a Pedigree Jumbone which lodged 360 degree's into his esophagus... 5 1/2 surgery... it almost killed him. Three months on a feeding tube. PLEASE PLEASE do not risk the danger with your pet! It's NOT … more ›


Thu, Oct 18 | By Matt Van Hoven | 309

NEW YORK – The AP reports that this year, 4 million dogs will be euthanized. But one new website is taking steps to offset that number – by adding shock value to their plight. Dogsindanger.com is a non-profit created by… more ›

Dogs in Danger

Fri, Sep 28 | By Matt Van Hoven | 147

New York - Toxicosis. That's the scientific term for poisoning. And a report by the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center says that grapes and raisins can do just that – if ingested by dogs or cats, that is. What it doesn't say is w… more ›

Raisins and Grapes Toxic for Pets

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We’ve all grown accustomed to the many fundraisers and charitable events that the pet industry produces for homeless pets. From pet food companies… more ›

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