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degenerative myelopathy - guest post by cara armour http://www.marksdogblog.com/2013/02/degenerative-myelopathy-guest-post-by.html
- http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2013/04/12/four-superfoods/
four superfoods for dogs (and what makes them so super anyway?) http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2013/04/12/four-superfoods/
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i proposed... he said yes! engagement photoshoot by we shoot... http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2014/07/28/engagement-photoshoot/
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photo of the week: hello #ddgphoto http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2013/09/04/ddgphoto-hello/
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friday, may 08, 2015 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2015/05/first-aid-cpr-certification-course.html
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help kickstart this healthy new boston-based dog food! http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/11/help-kickstart-this-healthy-new-boston.html
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wednesday, november 05, 2014 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/11/help-kickstart-this-healthy-new-boston.html
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time for a treat http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/09/time-for-treat.html
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acl tears. missing the big picture. guest post. http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/07/acl-tears-missing-big-picture-guest-post.html
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will falconer, dvm http://vitalanimal.com/author/vitalvet/
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this study of close to 400 dogs http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3adoi%2f10.1371%2fjournal.pone.0025331
in this one http://rheumatology.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/6/480.short
and this author http://www.tualatinkc.org/pdf/is%20canine%20degenerative%20cruciate%20rupture.pdf
vaccinations http://vitalanimal.com/vaccinations-consider-carefully/
immune confusion http://vitalanimal.com/vaccination-safety/
solvents http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3adoi%2f10.1371%2fjournal.pone.0051506
take the color off your leather couch http://advleather.com/petmedication.html
heartworm preventatives http://vitalanimal.com/drugfreeheartworm/
paradigm http://vitalanimal.com/paradigms-crash/
they don’t work http://vitalanimal.com/vacc-efficacy/
damage joints http://naturespathways.com/component/k2/item/1915-the-hidden-danger-of-nsaids-joint-damage#.uy9ik9yql6a
dogs naturally magazine https://xs106.infusionsoft.com/go/msus/vital/
hire a veterinary homeopath http://theavh.org/
photo by emery way http://www.flickr.com/photos/emeryway/3336227189/
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are dogs carnivores or omnivores? http://www.marksdogblog.com/2013/01/are-dogs-carnivores-or-omnivores.html
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for dogs that chase balls http://www.marksdogblog.com/2013/02/for-dogs-that-chase-balls.html
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tuesday, july 22, 2014 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/07/acl-tears-missing-big-picture-guest-post.html
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alex & jumpy - the parkour dog. i just had to share this http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/05/alex-jumpy-parkour-dog-i-just-had-to.html
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friday, may 23, 2014 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/05/alex-jumpy-parkour-dog-i-just-had-to.html
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more chicken jerky news. http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/05/more-chicken-jerky-news.html
foxnews.com http://www.foxnews.com/
- http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/05/19/toxic-jerky-treats-linked-to-more-than-1000-dog-deaths/
fda: toxic jerky may be tied to 1k dog deaths- firm recalls 1.8m pounds of beef over e. coli fears http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/05/19/toxic-jerky-treats-linked-to-more-than-1000-dog-deaths/
- http://www.kktv.com/home/headlines/fda-jerky-pet-treat-investigation-259864271.html
fda jerky pet treat investigation http://www.kktv.com/home/headlines/fda-jerky-pet-treat-investigation-259864271.html
- http://www.cbsnews.com/news/thousands-of-dogs-and-3-people-sickened-by-jerky-pet-treats-fda-says/
thousands of dogs, and 3 people, sickened by chinese jerky pet treats http://www.cbsnews.com/news/thousands-of-dogs-and-3-people-sickened-by-jerky-pet-treats-fda-says/
- http://wtvr.com/2014/05/19/fda-thousands-of-dogs-and-people-sickened-by-jerky-pet-treats-1/
fda still searching for root of toxic jerky pet treats http://wtvr.com/2014/05/19/fda-thousands-of-dogs-and-people-sickened-by-jerky-pet-treats-1/
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tuesday, may 20, 2014 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/05/more-chicken-jerky-news.html
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thank you all http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/04/thank-you-all.html
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- http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2014/03/27/doggie-dental/
doggie dentist: how to keep your dog in perfect dental health http://thatdogdancingguy.com.au/2014/03/27/doggie-dental/
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saturday, april 05, 2014 http://www.marksdogblog.com/2014/04/thank-you-all.html
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mark's dog blog home i am mark xuxa xander gidget pearl contact me / pr 12 new puppy needs privacy policy feb 14, 2017 frolicat laser cat toy and fox den check out my youtube channel mark armour i know it's not a dog toy technically, but my guys chase after these and would destroy the fox den, given half a chance. these products take 3 aa batteries not 3 aaa as i said in the video. frolicat laser cat toy and fox den from the manufacturer: frolicat® multi laser the frolicat® multi laser is an enticing, automatic toy featuring two lasers for cats to chase. it’s great for one cat or a few, and the easy on/off feature and automatic shut off make it the perfect toy for pet parents who are on the go! frolicat® fox den let your cat have some fun and give it the frolicat® fox den automatic cat toy. with easy on/off features and automatic shut off, your cat will be playing with this all day. posted by mark armour on tuesday, february 14, 2017 frolicat laser cat toy and fox den 2017-02-14t21:43:00-05:00mark armourcat|frolicat|laser|toy| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest jan 12, 2017 please pick up your dog poop posted by mark armour on thursday, january 12, 2017 please pick up your dog poop 2017-01-12t11:55:00-05:00mark armourdog|dog bed|dog diet|dog food|dog poop|dog walk|dog walker|dog walking|doggie| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest may 8, 2015 first aid & cpr certification course great new first aid & cpr course i know i might be a little biased about this course, but i have tried my best to be as impartial as possible. i just spent the best part of the morning taking a brand new course developed by my sister-in-law cara armour and her business partner james calihan. having taken other pet first aid & cpr classes and being certified by the american red cross and pet tech, i can honestly say that this is the most in-depth and comprehensive course i have seen. if you are a dog walker or pet sitter, this course will greatly improve your knowledge and confidence, helping you to better take care of your clients' pets. if you are a concerned pet parent, this course will help you realize what and how to do if you are ever in a situation were your pet's health may be at risk. knowing you have the tools and ability to handle any situation should it arise will give you great peace of mind. this course covers a lot of subject matter, but it does so in a fun and effective learning format. check out their facebook page here. below is my cool certificate for completing the program. related articles degenerative myelopathy - guest post by cara armour four superfoods for dogs (and what makes them so super anyway?) i proposed... he said yes! engagement photoshoot by we shoot... photo of the week: hello #ddgphoto posted by mark armour on friday, may 08, 2015 first aid & cpr certification course 2015-05-08t14:14:00-04:00mark armouranimal cpr|bloat|dog health|dramamine|pet health| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest nov 5, 2014 help kickstart this healthy new boston-based dog food! just 2 days left to help support fedwell via kickstarter! check out this company's terrific product and story... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/725913125/fedwell-pet-foods-convenient-healthy-and-totally-g posted by mark armour on wednesday, november 05, 2014 help kickstart this healthy new boston-based dog food! 2014-11-05t16:54:00-05:00mark armour comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest sep 16, 2014 time for a treat pearl and gidget take time for a treat posted by mark armour on tuesday, september 16, 2014 time for a treat 2014-09-16t11:29:00-04:00mark armouradopt don't shop|best dog walker|dog diet|dog food|dog walking|dorchester avenue|gidget|giveaway|homeopathy| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest jul 22, 2014 acl tears. missing the big picture. guest post. cruciate ligament rupture: missing the big picture by will falconer, dvm “i have just discovered that my mom’s dog, dodger, has a cranial cruciate tear, and possibly a meniscal tear as well. the vet recommends surgery asap, but it sounds costly and dangerous. also, the pain medication makes him much more miserable than nothing at all. is there an alternative treatment that can help dodger? in the meanwhile, he’s really mastering walking on three legs.” this month has seen three emails about dogs with cranial cruciate ligament injuries, so it seems a timely topic to cover. as with most things in disease, there’s a deeper story that’s often missed in the rush to “fix what’s broken” that conventional medicine is so good at. you know the surgeon’s motto, right? “a chance to cut is a chance to cure.” it’s a shame that they don’t know what cure really looks like. no, surgery does not cure patients, especially torn cruciate ligament patients. here’s another example from my inbox this week: “my 5 year old yellow lab ginger, is as healthy as a dog can be – very energetic, happy, and just an overall joy; however, two years ago she tore her acl (or cruciate) and we had the tplo surgery done (as you know, a very expensive surgery). the surgery went well but she started developing some arthritis and would limp a little after a long walk. just about a month ago, she leaped up the stairs, and the vet told us that she has torn the other leg’s cruciate. considering i am getting married this year, the last thing i would like to do is spend $4,000 on the surgery and have to see her such a mess the weeks after surgery.” what’s wrong with this picture? we’re talking about damage to connective tissue, ligaments holding bones together, in this case in the knee, aka stifle in our animals. humans have anterior cruciate ligaments (acl) and animals have the very same ligaments, called cranial cruciate ligaments (ccl). when a football player “blows out his knee,” that’s usually a cruciate ligament injury, and its usually a result of extreme contact in the game. how about dogs? the rupture of knee ligaments in the dog is often not a result of strenuous contact, though a dog stepping in a hole while running can be part of the history in some cases. but we really need to look to those who study these cases carefully to find the deeper reality. fact: knee inflammation usually precedes rupture. fact: many dogs present with bilateral (both sides) rupture. do you suppose they fell in two holes? no, of course not. fact: just like ginger, a rather large percentage go on to rupture the other side after the original one has been repaired at great expense and lots of awkward cage rest. this study of close to 400 dogs in three geographically different groups showed 54% rupturing the other side within two and a half years of the surgery. these figures were remarkably close to several other studies cited by the authors. as you can imagine, cure has in no way taken place in those dogs who were operated on, right? cure is, by definition, not only symptom relief but the overall betterment of the patient’s health and well being. if more than half rupture the other side later on, it’s not difficult to see the underlying disease was not cured. and did you notice both writers above used the words “costly” or “expensive?” yes, thousands of dollars to “fix” a lameness that’s likely to come to haunt the other leg. not a great investment, is it? missed understanding: inflammation first, rupture later. the researchers in the study linked above, and those in this one, and this author, all saw inflammatory markers in the joint fluid of animals presenting with cruciate ligament disease. the last one spelled out clearly that this is a disease of multiple joints. why the inflammation? a common theory is autoimmune disease, the attack on one’s own tissues by a confused immune system. the balanced immune system should be watchful for foreigners and leave “self” alone. when the difference between foreign invaders, cancer cells, and one’s own tissues is blurred, we have the very large group of diseases known as autoimmune. autoimmune? oh oh. why would the immune system attack the individual it was designed to protect? there are reasons, all of them man made: vaccinations. the biggest reason of immune confusion ever. exposure to solvents. ever notice the high percentage of ingredients in your topical flea treatments that are called “inert?” yep: solvents. they’ll take the color off your leather couch, if you’re not careful. heartworm preventatives. jean dodds’ work showed this in dvm magazine years ago. some truly scary autoimmune diseases include autoimmune hemolytic anemia (attack on one’s own red blood cells), immune mediated thrombocytopenia (attack on one’s platelets, the cells that help blood to clot), addison’s (adrenal gland attack), inflammatory bowel disease (chronic inflammatory vomiting and/or diarrhea), pemphigus and lupus (skin deterioration from immune attack). prevention causing autoimmune disease? damn. well, if you’re counting, you’ll see the top three reasons for these illnesses come from the “prevention” promoted by dr. whitecoat. have you stepped out of that paradigm yet? if you were to take just one step to safer ground, it would be to opt out of repeated vaccinations in adult animals, regardless of species. you know they don’t work, right? treatment options for cruciate ligament disease. so, to sum up, the underlying reason cruciate ligaments fail is likely man made multiple joint inflammation (ever see a wolf with a bum knee? me neither.) that inflammation led to weakening of the ligaments of the knee which eventually ruptured, causing your dog to be lame. and you’ve just been offered a state of the art, multi-thousand dollar surgery to “put things back together.” weeks of cage rest follow, so your expensive investment doesn’t fall apart and the other knee blow from overuse. common drugs used include the nsaids which damage joints while dampening the pain signals that would tell your dog to slow down, and take it easy. likely dodger’s stomach was upset by these drugs. who you gonna call? i’ve treated a handful of these dogs over the years, and none have had to go to surgery. they’ve become sound to a large extent, with homeopathic treatment tailored to the “whole animal.” they are treated as individuals, so there’s no “one size fits all” as is common in conventional medicine. but i’ve also seen some simple acute remedies help in the short term, and i’ll be covering my cruciate protocol in the upcoming re-release of my acute homeopathy course, miracles in healing, sponsored by dogs naturally magazine. you may want to keep an eye out for this both from the magazine and from signing up for my newsletter (you’ll see a chance at the bottom of this post). my subscribers will be the first to hear of this course returning, and they’ll like receive an early bird discount option. to get to the depth of this cruciate disease though, view it as the chronic disease that it truly is. hire a veterinary homeopath to help you steer a course to curing the dog who has the disease. an acupuncturist who knows her stuff may be another good option. but emphasis needs to be placed on cure, not just pain relief. ever had a dog who had this disease? we welcome your stories in the comments below. photo by emery way related articles are dogs carnivores or omnivores? for dogs that chase balls posted by mark armour on tuesday, july 22, 2014 acl tears. missing the big picture. guest post. 2014-07-22t11:55:00-04:00mark armourchicken by-product|chicken jerky|dog health|elbow|pain| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest may 23, 2014 alex & jumpy - the parkour dog. i just had to share this what a great video posted by mark armour on friday, may 23, 2014 alex & jumpy - the parkour dog. i just had to share this 2014-05-23t11:31:00-04:00mark armourdog|dog life|dog park|dog poop|dog walker|dog walking|doggie|dogs|dorchester avenue| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest may 20, 2014 more chicken jerky news. more than 1,000 dog deaths may now be linked to toxic jerky treats, according to a recent update from the food and drug administration (fda). the agency said that since 2007, there have been almost 5,000 complaints of pet illnesses related to the treats. the majority of the symptoms reported include gastrointestinal or liver disease, and about a third were linked to kidney and urinary disease. about 10 percent of the illnesses included other signs such as neurologic, dermatologic, and immunologic symptoms, and about 15 percent of the kidney and urinary disease cases also tested positive for fanconi syndrome – a rare kidney disease also associated with the pet deaths. the fda is still unsure of the specific cause for the reported illnesses and deaths, but most cases reportedly occurred after the pets had eaten chicken, duck or sweet potato jerky treats imported from china. no specific brands were recalled in the fda's latest release, but dr. jonathan levine, an associate veterinarian at blue pearl veterinary partners in new york city, said owners should always check the labels of whatever foods they give their pets. “always be aware of what you're buying and where it's coming from,” levine said. yet that may not always be enough to keep pets safe; products stamped “made in the usa” could still contain ingredients sourced from china or other countries, the fda warned. in 2007, some pet food companies voluntarily removed some jerky treats from the market. but, at the time, the fda said it didn't want to issue a recall without a definitive cause. those products included milo's kitchen chicken jerky treats and chicken grillers, made by del monte, and waggin' train and canyon creek ranch dog treats, made by nestle purina. the fda has partnered with the centers for disease control and prevention (cdc) to figure out what foods may be contributing to pet disease. the study will compare the foods eaten by sick dogs to those eaten by dogs who haven’t gotten sick, in order to determine if the jerky is really the culprit. so far, testing of jerky pet treats from china revealed low levels of antibiotics as well as the antiviral drug amantadine in some chicken samples. although fda-approved for pain-control applications in humans and in dogs, the agency prohibited its use in poultry in 2006 to help preserve its effectiveness. the fda does not believe amantadine contributed to the illnesses, as the side effects of the drug do not correlate with the symptoms seen in the pets; however, amantadine should not be present at all in jerky treats. chinese authorities have agreed to conduct additional screenings and follow up with jerky treat manufacturers, and the fda has notified u.s. treat makers of the presence of amantadine in some jerky products. the agency will also continue testing these products for drugs and other antivirals. the fda cautioned pet owners that jerky pet treats are not required for a balanced diet. if your pet experiences any sign of illness, including vomiting, diarrhea and lethargy, contact your veterinarian right away. published may 19, 2014 foxnews.com fda: toxic jerky may be tied to 1k dog deaths- firm recalls 1.8m pounds of beef over e. coli fears fda jerky pet treat investigation thousands of dogs, and 3 people, sickened by chinese jerky pet treats fda still searching for root of toxic jerky pet treats posted by mark armour on tuesday, may 20, 2014 more chicken jerky news. 2014-05-20t10:43:00-04:00mark armourchicken jerky|just a dog.|karen becker|pet food stamps|recall|training| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest apr 5, 2014 thank you all related articles doggie dentist: how to keep your dog in perfect dental health posted by mark armour on saturday, april 05, 2014 thank you all 2014-04-05t10:26:00-04:00mark armourbest dog walker|dog grooming|dog health|dog jacket|dog park|dog poop|dog run|dog tired. dog bowl.|dog walk| comments links to this post email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest mar 25, 2014 product review - pet naturals of vermont calming chews my girl pearl has always been a nervous dog. you can read more about why here. she was getting progressively worse over time, to the point where she was having full blown panic attacks. simple things, like the sound of the microwave or a squeaky noise in the car would send her right over the edge. on more than a few occasions i thought she was going to have a heart attack because she was shaking and panting so bad. i was contemplating going to the vet and asking her to put pearl on some sort of anxiety medication. but, as i am always trying to do things as naturally as possible, i started looking for alternatives before i took the dive into the heavy duty drugs. that's when i stumbled across the pet naturals calming chews. i thought i would give them a try, not really expecting too much. after only 4 days - one chew with breakfast - i noticed a huge difference in her overall demeanor and now that she has been taking them for almost 2 weeks, she's a much calmer dog. she still alerts when she hears the noises but no more diving under the couch and shivering for 20 minutes. she loves the car and falls asleep when we drive, a huge difference i would say. does anyone have any other natural remedies to help calm a nervous dog? follow @marksdogblog common reasons for pet anxiety dangerous flowers for pets: which plants to keep away retractable leashes suck related articles posted by mark armour on tuesday, march 25, 2014 product review - pet naturals of vermont calming chews 2014-03-25t12:30:00-04:00mark 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