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Beach Park Animal Clinic
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Providing small animal veterinary medicine in Tampa FL for over 45 years!
Providing small animal veterinary medicine in Tampa FL for over 45 years!

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Do you know what your feline is saying with its tail?

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Moving isn't just stressful for people - it can affect pets too. Here's how you can help!

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While this dog consumed a large quantity of gum, even one or a few pieces of gum containing xylitol can be toxic to pets! If your pet got into a treat containing xylitol, or if they’re exhibiting signs of food poisoning, give us a call right away! 

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Animals need nurturing and companionship just like we do! If your pet is telling you that need something or may be sick, listen to them and bring them in for the care they require. 
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If you have a dog, then you’ve most likely had to deal with an “accident” at one point or another! Here’s a good read on the canine digestive system what is and isn’t normal. Be mindful of these symptoms in your pet and give us a call if anything seems amiss! 

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If you're bringing your pet into the office, hotel, or an unfamiliar home, bring their pet bed or blanket and some of their favorite toys with you. This will give them a "safe zone" they can retreat to with familiar smells to keep them from being stressed in the new environment. 
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Cats make for pretty great coworkers... most of the time. ;) If your feline companion is a little too distracting at times, follow these tips to help keep them occupied while you're being productive. 

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The expression is true for pets too - you're only as old as you feel! Keeping pets active stimulates their mind and body, helping them maintain their youth as they age. Bring in your senior pets regularly for veterinary exams so we can ensure that they're in good health and that their joints can sustain prolonged periods of playtime. 
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Most of these tips work for dogs and cats alike! If you notice that your pet's movements seem restricted and that they're uncomfortable, bring them in for an evaluation. We can diagnose the source of their achy joints and work with you to ensure that your pet is comfortable and mobile. 

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We're always learning from animals; it's such a pleasure to work with them every day! Bring your furry one in if you think they're trying to tell you that they need a veterinary exam. 
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