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Follow the link to learn why your dog makes the best #Valentine
http://pawsintograce.com/furry-valentine-truly-trumps-rest/
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Click below to watch Dr. Vogelsang's interview with San Diego news station KUSI. She gives us some insight into pet hospice care.
http://pawsintograce.com/in-home-pet-hospice-remembering-loss/

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Help donate on #GivingTuesday. Consider giving back to some of these amazing non profit groups and some of Paws Into Grace's favorites:
World Vets www.wordlvets.org
Helen Woodward Animal Center www.animalcarecenter.org
FACE Foundation face4pets.org

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Helping kids with #petloss is especially tough. Giving them a way to express themselves and remember a special friend is one of the first steps in healing. 
Dr. Jessica Vogelsang from Paws into Grace will be leading the Memorial Art project at the Helen Woodward Animal Center January 11- all are welcome! Spread the word!

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Nothing can come between a dog and love for his newly adopted family.

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#Traveltips  for a relaxing yet festive holiday with the pets

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Maybe Twitter, Instagram and social media aren't so bad? Check out my guest blog at FACE foundation and you decide . . 

http://face4pets.wordpress.com/2014/09/10/the-future-of-pet-assistance-how-social-media-is-changing-the-way-we-help-pets/ — at FACE Foundation.

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A more holistic remedy to help with arthritis in our cats and dogs. Turmeric, acupuncture and pain medications prescribed by a veterinarian go a long way in the battle of arthritis pain relief. Remember to never give your dog or cat Ibuprofen or any other over the counter anti-inflammatory medication. Many of these are toxic to pets.


http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/turmeric-proven-more-effective-than-ibuprofen-for-joint-pain/

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Great article but a veterinarian should be consulted before feeding a home made diet, exclusively. Offering a balanced diet is not an easy task. Often supplements and vitamins need to be added for a balanced diet. These are calculated and each ingredient selected based on your pet's nutrition needs. It is important that a debilitating disease such as kidney failure, cancer or even age is considered. Paws into Grace uses a board certified veterinary nutritionist for these recommendations
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/pet-food-ingredients-and-facts-you-should-know-about/
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