Critical Signs of Stress in Dogs 

critical signs of stress in dogs

Stress. What stress?! When it comes to our day-to-day, people are pretty accustomed to being stressed out, even if just a little bit. When it comes to our fur babies and four-legged best friends, though, we don’t want stress to even be a part of their vocabulary. The goal is that they have everything they […]

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VDI Laboratory Recommends Vitalize® Trixsyn® to Support Joint Health 

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It’s no secret. Americans love their pets. In 2024, 66% of U.S. households own pets, with dogs then cats leading the favorites. What might astonish you is that 97% of those pet owners consider their pets part of the family.  Let’s face it: dogs and cats offer us companionship, unconditional love, entertainment, therapy and daily […]

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An Introductory Guide to Dog Reproduction 

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Dog Reproduction At BioZyme®, we encompass care that comes full circle for all animals. That means caring for the animals that provide food and fiber to feed and clothe the world. It means caring for the animals that are beside our sides as faithful companions. And, of course, caring for the animals that live on […]

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What to Give a Dog for Pain at Home 

what to give a dog for pain at home

We never like to see our fur babies in pain. And they don’t appreciate the discomfort either. There are options for pain relief we can give a dog when it is in pain at home. Important disclaimer: the Vitalize Team is not, and does not purport to be, a team of veterinary specialists. Don’t confuse […]

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Acid Reflux in Dogs: Managing GERD & Gastric Health

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Acid Reflux in Dogs Many of us have experienced heartburn. Perhaps after overindulging at a family holiday potluck or eating way too many of Aunt Janet’s famous spicy meatballs. You are experiencing acid reflux, and, often, your next step might be reaching for the antacids.  Fortunately, we can identify and treat our own discomfort. However, […]

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Seven Common Canine Digestive Issues

We never like to see our best friend down and out with an upset stomach. It’s even worse when it’s our four-legged friend that can’t tell us they don’t feel well, but are showing the classic signs: lack of appetite, not drinking enough water, acting depressed, increased fatigue, licking their lips or biting or gulping […]

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Be Proactive When It Comes to Canine Acid Reflux

Many of us have experienced heartburn. Perhaps after overindulging at a family holiday potluck or eating way too many of Aunt Janet’s famous spicy meatballs. You are experiencing acid reflux, and, often, your next step might be reaching for the antacids.  Fortunately, we can identify and treat our own discomfort. However, our four-legged canine friends […]

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