A wonder drug guaranteed to help your pet
A prescription is readily available that will absolutely improve your dog's quality of life, and all a pet parent needs to do is fill it and simply administer the medicine, a leading veterinarian says.

This mysterious wonder drug that will better your pet's health can be given every day in regular doses.

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The medication is: Your state of mind.

A pet parent needs to stop worrying so much about their dog suffering a major illness or debilitating accident and pay more attention to common ailments like ear, skin and stomach problems, according to Carol McConnell, chief veterinary medical officer for Veterinary Pet Insurance.

The fear of catastrophic disease is causing too many pet parents to overlook chronic conditions that are far more likely to require veterinary treatment and can ruin a dog's quality of life, Dr. McConnell says.

"Pet owners have a tendency to fear major accidents and illnesses - car crash injuries or cancer - but a chronic condition can be just as detrimental to a pet's quality of life and financially burdensome to treat," Dr. McConnell states in a media release.

To emphasize the point, Veterinary Pet Insurance did a study of the top 10 reasons for a dog to visit a veterinarian, and no major diseases or illnesses made the list.

The top reasons for visits to veterinarian's office are ear infection, first, and skin allergy, second, according to a review of insurance claims made by pet parents to VPI in 2008.

"The large number of claims received for these medical conditions attests to their often repetitive or chronic nature," Dr. McConnell said. "A dog with allergies, for example, will most likely require continuing care."

Rounding out the top 10 list put together by VPI are : pyoderma/hot spots, third; gastritis/vomiting, fourth; enteritis/diarrhea, fifth; urinary tract infections, sixth; benign skin tumors, seventh; osteoarthritis, eight; eye inflammation, ninth; hypothyroidism, 10th.
Most of the top ailments will cause a noticeable change in the behavior or appearance of a pet, Dr. McConnell said. She advises pet parents to do a daily inspection a pet's eyes, ears, and skin. A pet who has lumps, sores, unusual odor or a drastic change in behavior should be immediately examined by a veterinarian.

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If left untreated, any of the top 10 conditions could lead to serious health problems, Dr. McConnell said. She also recommends that pets have semiannual physical exams, which can help diagnose problems early or prevent illness in some cases.
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A wonder drug guaranteed to help your pet
A prescription is readily available that will absolutely improve your dog's quality of life, and all a pet parent needs to do is fill it and simply administer the medicine, a leading veterinarian says.

This mysterious wonder drug that will better your pet's health can be given every day in regular doses.

Story continues below
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------
A book about a rescue dog
that will touch your heart
THE HUNT OF HER LIFE, a full-color book by newspaper journalist and MySetterSam.com publisher Joseph A. Reppucci, is must reading for animal lovers of all ages. It has 60 color photos of dogs to illustrate the compelling story of Samantha, an unwanted rescue dog adopted at age 2 by Mr. Reppucci. Travel with them along a trail of life filled with surprising twists, sudden turns, mystery and even what some call a miracle. And when the journey is finished, you may never look at people and their pets, motherhood - and perhaps even God - in the same way. THE HUNT OF HER LIFE will take you on a captivating journey - a trip like no other - that will touch your heart.

For more details and to order, go to the 
MySetterSam E-store
Also find The Hunt of Her Life on:
Facebook/thehuntofherlife
Amazon.com----------------------------------------------------------------------Story continues here
The medication is: Your state of mind.

A pet parent needs to stop worrying so much about their dog suffering a major illness or debilitating accident and pay more attention to common ailments like ear, skin and stomach problems, according to Carol McConnell, chief veterinary medical officer for Veterinary Pet Insurance.

The fear of catastrophic disease is causing too many pet parents to overlook chronic conditions that are far more likely to require veterinary treatment and can ruin a dog's quality of life, Dr. McConnell says.

"Pet owners have a tendency to fear major accidents and illnesses - car crash injuries or cancer - but a chronic condition can be just as detrimental to a pet's quality of life and financially burdensome to treat," Dr. McConnell states in a media release.

To emphasize the point, Veterinary Pet Insurance did a study of the top 10 reasons for a dog to visit a veterinarian, and no major diseases or illnesses made the list.

The top reasons for visits to veterinarian's office are ear infection, first, and skin allergy, second, according to a review of insurance claims made by pet parents to VPI in 2008.

"The large number of claims received for these medical conditions attests to their often repetitive or chronic nature," Dr. McConnell said. "A dog with allergies, for example, will most likely require continuing care."

Rounding out the top 10 list put together by VPI are : pyoderma/hot spots, third; gastritis/vomiting, fourth; enteritis/diarrhea, fifth; urinary tract infections, sixth; benign skin tumors, seventh; osteoarthritis, eight; eye inflammation, ninth; hypothyroidism, 10th.
Most of the top ailments will cause a noticeable change in the behavior or appearance of a pet, Dr. McConnell said. She advises pet parents to do a daily inspection a pet's eyes, ears, and skin. A pet who has lumps, sores, unusual odor or a drastic change in behavior should be immediately examined by a veterinarian.

More reports about dogs and health:
 Try this fountain of youth for your pet
 This formula is certain to sicken your pet
Only saps let their dogs play fetch with sticks
For pets, there's a rash of trouble in the air
Alarming rise in heartworm a threat to pets 
The flu bug can bite your dog, too
Purebred dogs needlessly suffering, report says
Dog heart medicine research results promising
Cushing's drug receives FDA approval
Paralyzing diseases of dogs, people linked
Warning issued about alternative medicine 
More reports about dogs and health

Reports about dogs and flea, tick control:
Pet deaths prompt tougher rules for flea, tick items
Use of flea, tick products a must despite EPA warning
Stop ticks from dogging - or killing - your pet
Your dog may have you sleeping with thousands of fleas 
Get pets ready for invasion of blood-sucking insects

Reports about dogs and oral health:
The stinking truth behind smelly dog breath
Good oral care can be a lifesaver

Reports about dogs and cancer:
Major breakthrough in canine cancer treatment
First-ever canine cancer drug developed
Making strides in fight against canine cancer
Worldwide effort to cure canine cancer
If left untreated, any of the top 10 conditions could lead to serious health problems, Dr. McConnell said. She also recommends that pets have semiannual physical exams, which can help diagnose problems early or prevent illness in some cases.
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