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As August comes to a close…we end the month on “National Trail Mix Day.” While a tasty snack for us…most trail mixes contain a few toxins for dogs including chocolate and raisins. Best to keep this little treat for us…and keep their paws out!
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Today is toasted marshmallow day…and while campfires and S’mores come to mind…don’t you think this pup looks like a little marshmallow?
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Did you see the x-ray yesterday? This is a 6 year old cat that presented to the ER with a concern for loss of appetite and vomiting…after eating a ton of hair ties! Why do they do that?!?!
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This is an x-ray from a 6 year old cat that presented to the ER with a concern for loss of appetite and vomiting. Do you have any thoughts or concerns about this x-ray? COMMENT BELOW!
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Today is National Dog Day! In honor of this day…what is your favorite dog from a movie or TV show? COMMENT BELOW!
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How do you know you did a good job? You get a High-5. How do you know you did a GREAT job? You get a High-6!
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Did you see the x-ray we posted yesterday from the 9 year old smaller mixed breed dog that presented to the ER with a concern for weight gain despite a decreased appetite? This x-ray shows a general loss of detail in the abdomen consistent with fluid present. Based on this information, additional testing such as an ultrasound would be recommended, but another good example of how weight gain alone may be a concern in our pets and something to evaluate.
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This x-ray is from a 9 year old smaller mixed breed dog that presented to the ER with a concern for weight gain despite a decreased appetite. THOUGHTS? COMMENT BELOW!
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While we are sure there is a pup tooth fairy out there…losing teeth with our pets is often a sign of dental disease and a good idea to remember to brush…and have your veterinarian evaluate the dental health on examinations! http://ow.ly/d/3yg1
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This is for all cat lovers out there. #Glitter #CatFur
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