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18 Aug, 2021

The Top 5 Skin Cancers in Dogs | Blooming Culture Pet

Top 5 Skin Cancers in Dogs
The Top 5 Skin Cancer Types in Dogs, including Sun Protection for Cell Carcinoma. Cancer is the leading cause of death in dogs, and since early detection can be the deciding factor in the outcome, never ignore any lump or bump on your pet. Summer might be coming to a close, but that doesn't mean that our dogs are any less susceptible to getting skin cancer. Squamous Cell Carcinoma is a type of skin tumor that may be attributed to sun exposure and is the second most commonly diagnosed type of tumor in dogs, right after Mast Cell Tumors.  
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22 Jan, 2020

What Drugs Will Interact with My Pet's CBD?

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Dogs receiving chemotherapy for cancer tend to have a lot of unwanted side effects. Many pet parents use CBD oil as a way to curb some of them and make their pet more comfortable. The same way people going through radiation may use CBD or cannabis. But recent research has shown that giving CBD oil to your pet in conjunction with radiation actually may make chemotherapy more effective. 

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16 Jan, 2020

Homemade Cranberry and Blueberry Dog Treats

Can my dog have cranberries and blueberries? Yes! We love feeding fresh and whole foods as treats to your pet when possible. This way they are getting the entire food without any nutrients being stripped, reaping the biggest benefits. 

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16 Nov, 2019

Watch Our Video: Diet & Your Dog

Diet & Your Dog is part 1 in a series of videos that will explore ways not only CBD can help your pet, but how incorporating other techniques is beneficial too.

Food can affect your dog's anxiety, pain, inflammation response system, overall wellness, allergies, and disease. What you do for your dog at a young age makes a big difference in the future. 

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