Monday, February 1, 2010
The AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) has reportedly taken legal actions against Vin News; attempting to prevent an investigation of AVMA’s accreditation program for vet schools.
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Blame it on the Lousy Pet Food
To the tune of Blame it on the Bossa Nova
Petsumer Report Review of the Month
February 2010 Petsumer Report reviews Performatrin Ultra Pet Food, 7 cat foods, 10 dog foods, 3 dog treats.
February Adopt an Un-informed Pet Owner Month
We’ve all been there. Some where along the way, one pet owner explained to you the differences in pet food. The education they shared with you probably added years to your pets’ life. So, let’s go looking for them; the un-informed pet owners. Let’s make a February a month of searching for newbies; helping them to add years to their pets’ life.
New Study shows just how confusing Weight Loss Pet Food Is
The Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association recently published the results of diet/weight loss pet food study. Drs. Deborah Linder DVM and Lisa Freeman DVM took a close look at weight loss pet food; their results shine a bright light on more misgivings of pet food.
Some of you might remember ‘meeting’ Dr. Cathy Alinovi, DVM this past summer. She’s one of those one-in-a-million veterinarians that stood up to pet food (http://www.truthaboutpetfood.com/articles/if-we-all-had-a-veterinarian-this-caring.html). Lucky us, Dr. Cathy will now be contributing articles to TruthaboutPetFood.com. Here’s her first article…(more info on Dr. Cathy to come later)…
Shedding is Not Normal
By Dr. Catherine Alinovi, DVM
When the fur flies and the fuzz bunnies are taking over control of the carpet, floors, furniture and clothes, you should ask yourself one simple question: Is shedding normal? The answer is NO. Which begs the question: Can I fix it?
Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,
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