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The Puppy Mag Does Not Provide Professional Advice
Information on The Puppy Mag is for educational purposes only and should not be considered professional advice.
Whenever you have an issue with your pet, our advice to you is to speak to your local veterinarian or professional trainer.
Regarding Vet-Approved Articles
The main goal of The Puppy Mag is to provide you with both accurate and safe advice, that’s why we work with qualified and practicing veterinarians to review, and even write the content you are reading on the site.
Although this content IS of veterinary standard, you MUST still seek advice from your local veterinarian regarding health issues with your pet.
Your local veterinarian will be able to physically examine and perform various health tests, and that can never be replaced by any article, no matter how good or accurate it is.
Concerning Recommended Products or Services
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If you choose to go ahead and use that product or service after having read an article on The Puppy Mag, you do so at your own risk and responsibility. We always advise you to check reviews and do your own research before choosing to buy any product for your dog.
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