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    Mango the Big Orange Kitty Has a Few of His 9 Lives Saved

    Mango is a lot of orange Maine Coon to love, and at 23 lbs. he is a big boy with a great big heart. He is calm, loving, very intuitive, and has been deeply connected to his mom since his first day home. Poor Mango became extremely sick after his 2nd vaccination and had to be hand fed back to health. Shortly after he gained a lot of weight, started coughing, and was diagnosed with Pleural Effusion. It was a serious combo of Pet Wellbeing products that gave this big orange kitty a second (or third!) shot at a happy life. 

    Eddie the Goldie Moves Again After Bone Cancer & Arthritis

    Eddie is a lovable 10 year old grown up puppy! Ever since he was rescued, he keeps a big smile on his adorable face, enjoying the little things in life without a care in the world. He’s come a long way from his struggle with immobility and arthritis, but it wasn’t an easy road. Eddie found his legs again with the help of some special herbal products.

    Help Your Pup Live Happily with Hip Dysplasia

    Limping, pain, stiffness—these are all signs of hip dysplasia in a dog. When dogs are diagnosed with hip dysplasia, pet parents fear they can do nothing about the disorder. After all, hip dysplasia is in a dog’s genes, which means there’s no cure.

    Natural Support for Degenerative Joint Disease in Cats

    Degenerative joint disease is one of the most common ailments among senior cats. In many cases, joint diseases are unavoidable because they’re part of the natural aging process. Even cats who spend years living a healthy, active lifestyle can develop arthritis or other degenerative diseases.

    Sporty Dogs Need Special Care for Long-Lasting Mobility

    Some pet parents have a hard time motivating their four-legged friends to workout. For others, it’s the complete opposite! Plenty of breeds jump at the opportunity to embark on long treks and swim in the ocean. But with intense exercise comes the risk of injury, which can put a premature end to all the fun.

    What Do You Know About ACL Injuries in Active Dogs?

    Most people don’t know what a torn ACL is until they’ve experienced one. The injury is mostly associated with professional athletes who play football, basketball and soccer. You might be surprised to learn your pup can sustain an ACL injury, too. In fact, torn ACLs comprise most of all orthopedic injuries in dogs.

    Could My Dog's Joint Pain be Lyme Disease?

    When pet parents see their pups hobbling around, they often believe arthritis is to blame. What many don’t know is that joint pain is associated with a slew of other canine diseases, most notably Lyme disease.

    Senior Ups and Downs: Help Your Aging Dog Navigate Your Home Safely

    Just like humans, our furry companions often experience mobility issues later in life. Many pets develop arthritis, which makes it painful to navigate stairs and furniture. All of a sudden, owners might notice their senior pet bumping into the coffee table or tripping over objects left on the floor. Stiff joints, visual impairments and other disabilities are all normal parts of the aging process.

    Yoga for Canine Joint Health: Downward Dog With Your Pup

    Lots of yoga poses are named after animals—like cobra pose, swan pose and the ever-famous downward dog. Yogis have gotten so used to performing downward dog on their own that they’ve nearly forgotten who it’s named after! As it turns out, your furry friend is the perfect companion for a hot new trend called “doga.”

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