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Kelly Pebworth, VT

Kelly Pebworth, VT
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Kelly works as a veterinary technician in Austin, TX as well as regular animal rescue volunteer. She's been an animal lover and dog owner since childhood, and has worked in different dog related fields over the last twenty years. Currently she lives with three dogs and a cat.

7 Signs of Liver Problems in Dogs (And What to Do...

The liver is one of the most important organs in a dog’s body. It is second largest after his skin and performs more than...

4 Signs of Kidney Problems in Dogs (And What to Do)

Dog kidneys have the same important role as human kidneys. They maintain the balance of certain substances in the blood and remove the toxins...

5 Bladder Problems in Dogs: How to Recognize Them and What...

Is your dog having accidents in the house even though he is properly housebroken? Does he have to urinate more often than usual? These...

4 Heart Problems in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Dogs can suffer from a variety of heart problems, just like humans. In fact, it is estimated that 10% of all dogs in the...

Breathing Problems in Dogs: How to Spot Them and What to...

Numerous dog breathing problems can present a life-threatening situation and a quick reaction on the owner's part is often necessary. Respiratory problems can be...

5 Signs of Dog Anal Glands Problems (And What to Do)

While dog anal glands problems are usually not life-threatening, with the exception of anal gland cancer, they are relatively common and can affect your dog’s...

What Is a Dog’s Normal Temperature?

Whenever you suspect your pooch being sick, you probably start to wonder, what is a dog’s normal temperature and when does it mean they...

Common Thyroid Problems in Dogs and What to Do About Them

Like in humans, thyroid glands are an important part of a dog’s anatomy and they affect a number of different organs in a dog’s...

Benefits of Hydrotherapy and Underwater Treadmills for Dogs

Hydrotherapy is becoming more and more common in the pet industry, and it's no surprise considering how much success humans have from including as...

My Dog Has a Cold. What Do I Do?

We are all well aware of the common cold since there are millions of cases recorded every year in the U.S. alone, according to...

9 Neurological Problems in Dogs: How to Prevent and Fix Them

Dogs can suffer from many health problems, including neurological problems which are often scary for pet owners to deal with. Knowing how to spot...

What Does a Tick Look Like on a Dog?

Ticks a common problem for dogs and their owners, especially when your pet spends a lot of time outside, running in tall grass. While...

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Dog Feeding Schedule: Why It’s Important and How to Do It

Much like human children, domesticated dogs rely and depend on their human-owners that take care for them to create and maintain a feeding schedule...
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6 Advanced Dog Tricks You Have to Try

Teaching your dog tricks is a very interesting experience, where you need to use your creativity and try to think like your pet in...
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There are many benefits to feeding your pup fresh dog food, but you should carefully consider the downside before you make the switch or...
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Dogs with Hair (And Not Fur)

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Dog Pyometra: What Owners Must Know

What dog pyometra is, it's a bacterial infection that results in an abscessed, pus-filled uterus that occurs in female dogs that have not been...
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Do Dogs Have Blood Types? (And Other Related Facts)

Yes - much like the humans, dogs have different blood types. In fact, dogs have even more blood types than humans do. Knowing a...
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4 Reasons Why Your Dog’s Stomach is Hard and What to...

When your dog’s stomach swells or hardens, there may be a serious cause for concern, or it may just be a case of your...
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26 Ways Bad Dog Owners Ruin Pet Ownership for Everyone Else

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