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Understanding Your Itchy Pet: A Pet Parent's Guide

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Here, we delve into the top reasons why your pet might be feeling itchy, providing insights that can help you better understand and address their discomfort. 

When does a dog become a Senior?

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It’s important for pet parents to be aware of signs of aging in our furry family members. That way, we can adjust care and nutrition to keep them at their healthiest—and happiest. But when does your pet become a “senior?”

4 Important Health Benefits of Omega 3 For Cats

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There are many potential benefits to giving omega-3 fatty acid supplements to cats. Some of the benefits are visible, while others are not so visible. Regardless of whether you can see the results, part of...

10 Tips for Senior Dogs Aging Healthfully

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September is Healthy Aging Month, and we believe that focusing on the positive aspects of growing older isn’t just for us humans. As our pets move into their later years, there are steps we can...

Importance of Nutrition for Animals: Black Rhino Study

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Lucy, the Black Rhino that was so ill at one point, was given only The Missing Link supplement, and her aspen feed pellets. The supplement played a big part in her health improvements and she showed no signs of the issues and diseases she had previously suffered from.

Signs Your Dog Has an Upset Stomach

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There's nothing like being woken up in the middle of the night by the awful sound of your dog trying to puke on your floor. Fortunately, upset stomachs are usually not too serious, and often the problem will resolve on its own given some time. Read on to learn when to take action. 

What Causes Itchy Skin in Dogs?

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In vet speak, itching is also known as pruritus. Where and how much your dog itches depend on the underlying cause of the itching, and nailing down the source can sometimes be challenging. Learn more in our article What Causes Itchy Skin in Dogs?

Grooming Is More Than Just Pretty

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With our pets, keeping them clean and well-groomed does more than just make them look pretty and more snuggly. It actually can help their overall health and well-being.  Whether you like to take a hands-on groom-at-home approach, or make regular visits to your favorite pet groomer, that extra effort will reap benefits.  

The Missing Link Team Spotlight - Dorrie Boyd 

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The Missing Link is just a group of people who love pets and want to make their lives better. Join us as we learn more about the people responsible for making TML thrive and the pets who inspire them in The Missing Link Team Spotlight!