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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Cold Weather & Your Pet

Cold Weather & Your Pet

With the coldest months of Winter approaching for those who live in less temperate climates, it is imperative that our animal companions are protected from potentially fatal elements. In the JDHF Winter 2013 newsletter, Dr. Stan Kunin gives some tips that could mean the difference between your pet developing unnecessary weather related ailments and making it through the coldest part of the year uneventfully.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety In Dogs

Separation Anxiety in dogs is one of the most difficult and frustrating conditions to deal with, both for the owner and the veterinarian. In the August issue of the Heigl Foundation newsletter, our resident expert Dr. Stan Kunin tackles the problem head on as he explains the causes of this underlying behavioral issue and some of the treatments available to resolve it.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Penny’s Progress

Penny's Progress

We have been inundated with requests for an update on the health of Penny, the 3 year old dog that the Foundation rescued recently from a life of horrific abuse and neglect, whose story we first reported last week. Veterinarian Dr. Stan Kunin, who has been caring for Penny, reports that she has responded well so far to her treatment but still has a long road ahead. Find out the latest on her progress!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Penny: A Shocking Case Of Neglect

Penny: A Shocking Case Of Neglect

Penny was rescued by the Heigl Foundation after her owner handed her into a Los Angeles shelter, blighted by a terrible catalog of injuries, infestations and infections that rendered her barely able to stand. Penny’s jaw appeared to be broken or dislocated and she had chewed away the inside of her mouth in an effort just to eat food and stay alive. It was clear she had been the victim of terrible neglect and needed immediate treatment!

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