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ASK A VET: What Supplement is Best for a Dog Fighting Cancer?

A dog mom wonders whether the supplement she received from her vet is the best one for helping her dog that is fighting cancer. Dr. Patrick Mahaney responds.


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June 7, 2013 By:
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How Reishi Keeps Your Pup’s Heart Healthy

One easy way to keep your dog’s heart healthy is with i Love Dogs Reishi with Green Tea supplements.


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February 25, 2013 By:
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Mighty Muzzles: How To Keep Your Dog Healthy

A dog’s muzzle is comprised of his mouth, nose and jaws and plays an important role in your dog’s overall health.


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September 19, 2012 By:
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Reishi Helps Protect Dogs Against Allergies, Kennel Cough and More

Your dog’s throat plays an important role in his overall health. A reishi supplement can help prevent tonsillitis, an enlarged esophagus, kennel cough and more.


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July 11, 2012 By:
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i Love Dogs Vitamins and Supplements

Want to know more about i Love Dogs vitamins and supplements? You’ve come to the right place. Here are four articles about our line of vitamins and supplements guaranteed to help you pick the right vitamin or supplement for your dog. Green Tea i Love Dogs Green Tea is a powerful supplement speciffically formulated to […]


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July 10, 2012 By:
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How Reishi with Green Tea Keeps Your Dog’s Ears Healthy

Because your dog’s hearing is so amazing, it is important to keep his ears healthy and free from infections, which can cause a whole host of problems, including cancer. One of the best ways you can do that, besides regular cleaning and check-ups, is to give your dog a Reishi with Green Tea supplement.


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January 6, 2012 By:
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i Love Dogs REISHI with Green Tea

i Love Dogs REISHI with Green Tea is a premium, veterinarian-formulated supplement that offers immunity support for aging dogs, as well as dogs with weak immune systems, chronic illness, or dogs that are subject to ongoing medical treatment.


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March 28, 2010 By:
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