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Fear-Based Health Care

Fear-Based Health Care

I ran across this article by Dr. Dennis Thompson about how health care was “fear – based”. You see this every day when you get reminders to: Bring your dog in for their annual vaccine booster shot. Or in the case of humans, go to the pharmacy for your annual flu shot. When it comes…

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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, September 11, 2021
33 Reasons You Should Not Feed Your Dog Raw Food

33 Reasons You Should Not Feed Your Dog Raw Food

Let’s face it. Most veterinarians do not think you should feed raw. I get it – it’s not for everyone. The main objections veterinarians have are: There are no scientific studies to prove it is beneficial for your dogs. Raw food is resistant to antibiotics, so it’s not worth the risk. You could poison your…

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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, September 1, 2021
DIY Flea Repellant Recipe Using Essential Oil and Coconut Oil

DIY Flea Repellant Recipe Using Essential Oil and Coconut Oil

I’ve been making DIY flea repellent because my dog had an adverse reaction to Simparica.   Simparica Caused My Dog To Regurgitate Last June, I dosed Maggie with Simparica. Soon after, she started to regurgitate her food between 30 minutes to 6 hours of her eating it. I had all the various tests done. The first…

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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, July 25, 2021
One Month After Transitioning To Raw

One Month After Transitioning To Raw

The joy in realizing I need 120 pieces of bone, trying to fit it all in the freezer, getting their bowls right and the supplements I use to keep their raw meals balanced.

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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, April 9, 2021
The Latest In Joint, Cognitive and Anxiety Supplements For Your Dog

The Latest In Joint, Cognitive and Anxiety Supplements For Your Dog

This is a sponsored post.  All opinions are my own. My two have officially grown up! It became ever so apparent when a friend brought her 10 week old puppy over and Maggie and Orbit were clearly behaving like adult dogs next to her. At five and four years old, they are far from being...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, August 29, 2020
5 Crazy Facts About Boston Terrier Lifespans (and 10 Tips to Increase It)

5 Crazy Facts About Boston Terrier Lifespans (and 10 Tips to Increase It)

Do you want to know how long Boston Terriers live? I remember when I was in my mid 30s and my friend who was over 40 said.. turning 40 is like when the bartender asks for the tab and asks you to settle up? I was confused. Please explain more I asked her. So she...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, July 26, 2020
Boston Terrier Health Issues

Boston Terrier Health Issues

Whether you’re contemplating adding a Boston Terrier to your family or already have one, it’s good to be aware of the top known health issues for this lovable breed. So what are the Boston Terrier’s top health issues? Boston Terrier Eye Problems (glaucoma, distichiasis, entropion, keratitis sicca, cherry eye, cataracts, late onset cataracts, and juvenile...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, July 14, 2020
Best Shampoo for Boston Terriers

Best Shampoo for Boston Terriers

I’ve tried over 20 different brands of shampoo in the last nine years in owning Boston Terriers and can confidently recommend these five shampoos depending on your dog if they have normal skin, yeast, hives, allergies, or skin infections. I’m a Boston Terrier dog mom that lives in San Diego. We live active lives and...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, April 26, 2020
Why I Don’t Feed Kibble To My Own Dogs

Why I Don’t Feed Kibble To My Own Dogs

I write this article as a dog mom. I’m not a vet. I’m not a nutritionist. What I am is a concerned dog owner who is keen on knowing what goes into the food my dogs eat. This is very personal decision and won’t be the easiest read for some. But I feel that it’s...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, April 7, 2020
Why Are Boston Terriers So Gassy and What Can You Do About It?

Why Are Boston Terriers So Gassy and What Can You Do About It?

The dog farted. Yes really she did! Get any group of Boston Terrier owners together and the jokes will turn to how gassy these cute little dogs can be. So why exactly are Boston Terriers so gassy? The primary reason is because of eating bad food.  The secondary reason will be because squishy face (brachycephalic)...
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By MaggieLovesOrbit.com, March 21, 2020
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