Dog and Cat Chronic health conditions make your pet susceptible to secondary illnesses

~~MiletestimonThis recent testimonial (below) highlights how important it is to practice preventative healthcare for pets who have a chronic illness which makes them more susceptible to infections and other diseases.
Using ThePetCheckup monthly will enable you to see if there are any other health concerns to be aware of. And catching a potential problem before symptoms appear will be the best means for an easier and more successful outcome. ~~

Hi,
I just wanted to let you know how much I love this product!
Mile, my Chihuahua has diabetes and to know if his glucose is elevated because of an infection is so important.
Having this test keeps me alert to any problems before they get worse. It is easy to use.
I highly recommend this product to others.
High quality, great instructions with photos and low price.
Sincerely,
Ann L. and Mile
Colorado

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Beware peanut butter containing xylitol for dogs

Now there are even more reasons to be vigilant about reading labels on treats you give your dog.

There have been several recent warnings concerning certain brands of peanut butter that contain xylitol as a sweetener.

Although considered safe for people to consume, xylitol is EXTREMELY toxic to dogs. Even a very small amount can cause hypoglycemia, a dangerous drop in blood sugar. Outward symptoms are: weakness, disorientation, and seizures. Emergency medical treatment is needed at this point.

Many candies and chewing gums contain xylitol as well, so be careful if your dog likes to dig through your purse (Gus, are you listening??) or scavenger around the house.

An easy solution is to make your own salt free, xylitol free peanut butter. Your pup will thank you for it!

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