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Dear Dr. Lisa; This is a follow-up letter for “Hungry Kitty,” a.k.a., Boots. Thank you for such a quick and insightful response. I spent hours trying to find a good dog food, one with meat as the main ingredient and not much filler, but never thought about the cat...

Questions for the Vet

Dear Dr. Lisa, A friend found a stray dog about 2 years ago. She took her in and has given her good care. She's spoiled, especially since our friend lost her husband about a year ago. Now 'Cocoa' will not eat dog food. My friend has tried dry and can foods - all...

Questions for the Vet

Dear Dr. Lisa, About 2 weeks ago this lump popped up on my dog our Sampson's face. It doesn't bother him at all but it seems to be getting bigger. I think it bothers me more than him. Should I get it checked out or just keep an eye on it? Lumpy lab mom   Dear Lumpy...

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Home Alone and waiting..... In this busy world we live in nowadays everyone seems to feel there aren't enough hours in each day. Our pets, on the other hand, enjoy a calmer pace of life but anxiously await us walking through that door and giving them our utmost...

Questions for the Vet

Dear Dr. Lisa, Last week, we had to rush our 15 year old Husky to Northstar Vets, a specialty hospital. We thought our dog had a stroke. He had a head tilt and his eyes were moving a million miles a minute. He couldn't stand and he was vomiting. The doctor there said...

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Fecal Matters There are many excuses not to pick up poop:  “I forgot my baggie”, “It was too mushy”, “I didn’t notice her going because I was talking”, “I was in a rush”, “It’s good for the earth, leave it, it’s composting, right?”…but folks I have to tell you,...

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