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Jenny Alonge received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Mississippi State University in 2002. She then went to Louisiana State University, where she completed an equine medicine and surgery internship. After her internship, she joined an equine ambulatory service in northern Virginia, where she practiced for almost 17 years. In 2020, Jenny decided to make a career change in favor of more creative pursuits and accepted a job as a veterinary copywriter for Rumpus Writing and Editing in April 2021. She and her husband adopted two unruly kittens, Olive and Pops, in February 2022.

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Posts by Jenny Alonge, DVM

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Keeping Your Dog’s Joints Healthy at Any Age

Arthritis can cause significant pain and limit your dog’s mobility. However, early recognition and treatment can improve your dog’s quality of life, and help keep them active and happy.

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Is Grain-Free Dog Food Bad?

Grain-free dog food has been linked to dilated cardiomyopathy in dogs. Understanding the role grains play in your dog’s diet can help you choose a food that will reduce your pup’s risk of nutrition…

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Are Probiotics Good for Dogs?

The beneficial bacteria found in probiotics can boost your dog’s intestinal microbiome, and provide many benefits beyond their GI tract.

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The 7 Best Dog Food Ingredients to Look For

With all the choices available, it can be difficult to pick the best food for your pup. Understanding the best ingredients to look for can help you select a nutritious, well-balanced diet.

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Is My Dog’s Poop Healthy?

Your dog’s poop can convey a lot of information. Observing the color, shape, consistency, size, and content of your pup’s waste can provide clues about their overall health.

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