Arizona Republic
Pet Doctor By Dr. Kevin Wright
DEAR PET DOCTOR: My dog has been sick for several months and only now did my veterinarian diagnose valley fever as the cause. Why did it take so long for him to come up with that answer?
DEAR READER: If you live in the lower Sonoran Desert, you and your pet are being exposed to valley fever on a regular basis. The fever i...  read more »
I know what it's like to try to cook, or eat a meal, when you own a perpetually starving dog. My Labradorus goofus, Pierce, acts as if he hasn't eaten in weeks when there is activity in the kitchen or dining room. He takes every opportunity to search the kitchen floor for molecules of anything remotely edible. He holds his breath if he thinks I'm about to give him a taste of something. He'd not on...  read more »
Hints From Heloise
It's inevitable that a puppy-in-training or an older dog might have an accident or two on the carpet. And it should be no surprise that vinegar can help save the situation.
You'll need to get to the stain ASAP. First, soak up as much of the urine as you can with absorbent, white paper toweling or an old, white bath towel. Work until no more moisture comes from the carpeting....  read more »
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