The original article is from the the New York Post written by Lauren Steussy. Here is the link to the original article. https://nypost.com/2019/01/16/alarming-burnout-is-making-doctors-want-to-kill-themselves/
Original post: https://www.healthcareforpets.com/article/poisonous-holiday-plants-for-pets/
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We describe Eusoh as community-based care for your pet. But it’s also community-based care for everyone’s pet.
As a Eusoh ambassador, you have the opportunity to create a new revenue stream for yourself. In the new sharing economy, which Eusoh is a big part of, people are finding new and innovative ways to make a living or have a side "gig". Whether it is being an Uber driver or an Amazon retail affiliate or even a social media influencer, we are presented so many opportunities to create earnings. And now you have this opportunity and all you need to do is connect with fellow pet owners.
All you need to do is “Spread the Love” of Eusoh by spreading the word of what we do. You’ll be equipped with an “ambassador” code that you can send to your network, clients, friends, family - Basically, anyone who wants to try out a new and innovative way to protect pets everywhere.
Dogs bring a tremendous amount of joy, loyalty, laughter
Here's a Q & A from our content partner Healthcare for Pets, an informative blog that is dedicated to your pet's health. The blog is written by veterinary professionals so we know it's good.
Here is a list of 20 interesting pet hacks to giving your pet medication. Pets are never excited for a trip to the vet and they certainly are not excited to take medicine either. Giving your pet medicine can be stressful ordeal especially if your pet has grown an aversion to the taste of their treatment. Our friends at Compounding Pharmacy of America create this amazing infographic to help.
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There are a lot of half-truths and outright wrong information out there when it comes to what plants are safe for your pets to be exposed to. When you’re trying to decide what plants to have in your home, or where it’s OK to take your pets safely, you can experience a lot of worry and uncertainty.
Some plants are dangerous for either cats or dogs, or for all animals. Some plants can make your pets a little sick, but they’ll recover. Other plants are highly toxic even in small amounts.
This holiday season the