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Dr. Jan Huntingford

Pet Wellbeing's own Dr. Jan has been in veterinary practice for over 30 years. Since receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, she's founded two veterinary clinics and lectured extensively on pet herbal therapy, nutraceuticals, acupuncture, rehabilitation and pain management.

Dr. Jan has studied extensively in both conventional and holistic modalities, helping us to formulate all of our supplements. She is an essential part of Pet Wellbeing.

And lucky for us, she's only one of the great team of people who make Pet Wellbeing so special.
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Protect Your Dog from These Harmful Kennel Illnesses

It’s not always possible to travel with your pup, which means, at one point or another, your dog will likely spend a few nights in a boarding facility. For the large part, boarding your pet can be a great experience; your dog gets the chance to socialize and have fun with other dogs and new people, and it will be well cared for in your absence.

Just How Serious is Heartworm in Cats?

One of the most commonly discussed dangers to pets is heartworm—a disease caused by parasitic worms that affect the heart, lungs and blood vessels of animals. Unlike worms that live in the gastrointestinal tract, heartworms find their way to your cat’s heart, blood vessels and lungs, where they can grow to around a foot long and cause damage. 

Bringing Home a New Dog? Here’s What You Should Know

The decision to adopt a new pup can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. There’s a lot that goes into adding a dog to your family, especially if you’ve never owned a dog before.

What Your Cat's Poop Can Tell You

It’s not always easy to tell how healthy your cat is. Cats are very good at masking pain and illness without showing any symptoms at all, meaning a health problem could go undetected for weeks or even months before it worsens. Fortunately, one way cat owners can get clued in to their furry friend’s health is by paying attention to its litter box. 

Co-Sleeping with Your Pet: The Reason for Your Poor Night's Sleep?

Most pets love to snuggle, and their urge to stay close often continues well into the night, starting when they jump up on your bed to go to sleep. It can be difficult to resist the temptation of all-night snuggles with your furry friend, which is why many pet owners share the bed with their pets night after night.

Steps to Take Before Boarding Your Cat

Many boarding facilities for cats are very nice and safe, but finding the right one and getting your cat ready for drop-off can be intimidating. Thankfully, with advanced preparation, you and your cat can find the experience simple, easy, and even enjoyable.

Ringworm: The Contagious Infection You Don't Want Your Dog to Catch

Pet owners who also have children are likely to understand the fear of a ringworm outbreak in a school or public location. But did you know that ringworm not only affects humans, but also pets?

Signs Your Cat is Experiencing Arthritis and What You Should Do

Arthritis doesn’t only affect us pet owners. It also can affect our dogs and cats, especially as they get older. Arthritis is a painful condition that tends to worsen over time, so early detection and proper management are crucial to ensuring your cat remains comfortable and healthy.

Helping Your Dog Manage its Diabetes

Diabetes is a somewhat common and unfortunate condition that afflicts not only humans, but also dogs. It can be challenging to manage because it has no cure, meaning lifelong therapy and treatment is the only way to ensure your pup has a healthy life.

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