• The Petropolist Podcast: DCM Pet Food Recalls & Beyond Part 2

    Dr. Ryan Yamka and Nicci Cammack are featured on Episode 39 of The Petropolist Podcast. Listen to the second part of their discussion on DCM pet food recalls and beyond!

  • What makes a good dog? Or a ‘bad’ dog?

    Well – the answer isn’t simple, but owners have a bigger influence than you might think. In fact, a study published in Frontiers in Veterinary Science discusses some aspects of human and pet interactions that can influence canine behavior.

  • The Sploot: Should I be worried?

    Dogs are prone to amusing their owners in so many ways, and one of those ways is with a pose that’s become known as splooting.

  • What is an Amygdala?

    It’s a part of the brain that is involved in the feline reaction to catnip.

  • New Book – Feeding Dogs: The Science Behind the Dry Versus Raw Debate

    Do you remember Dr. Conor Brady? His new book, FEEDING DOGS diving into the science of raw feeding is HERE! 

  • It’s Winter…the Perfect Time for Messy Mutts Mats!

    Messy Mutts Mats are a must-have item for any pet-owner in any season, but especially in the muddy winter and spring months. These bad boys are incredibly versatile, durable, and (cute?)!

  • Dr. Nick Thompson’s Interview with Nicci Cammack

    Nicci was featured on Dr. Nick Thompson’s podcast in the UK. He’s a founder of the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (RFVS) and a well-respected veterinarian within Europe.

  • February is Dental Health Month! Why all the noise about Dental Health? Because it matters! The good news is that we have solutions that make dental care easy, tasty and fun! Dental health is linked to overall body health. It’s true -- poor dental health can lead to chronic GI problems, heart problems, infection and more. While February is dental health month, care should be taken for dental health year-round. Is your pet not a fan of having their teeth brushed? That’s ok – there [...]
  • Bodily Emotional Expressions are a Primary Source of Information for Dogs

    A new study found that humans focus on faces while dogs focus on the body when trying to read emotional states.

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