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5 Tricky Conditions You Might THINK are Hairballs
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#Cats with #diabetes...If it's left untreated, eventually diabetes can lead to life-threatening complications. Although the exact cause of feline diabetes isn't known, it's more likely to affect overweight cats, because obesity makes the cat's body less sensitive to the effects of insulin. Diabetes is also more common in older cats. What are the symptoms of diabetes in cats?
* Hyperglycemia is when your cat's blood sugar levels are too high, resulting in the primary symptoms of feline diabetes, including:
* Increased thirst.
* Sudden increase in appetite.
* Sudden weight loss (despite an increase in appetite)
* Increased urination.
* Increased lethargy.
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Do dogs get #pneumonia?
It usually causes 'kennel cough', an infection of the trachea and bronchi, but can spread deeper into the #lungs, especially in young or old dogs, or #dogs with immune system compromise. Most other causes of bacterial pneumonia are not particularly contagious to other dogs. If your pet is having any difficulty breathing we strongly recommend taking your pet to a #veterinarian.
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Check out our Count Down until #Laborday   #Pet   #Safety  Tips on our #Facebook  page!
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Happy #nationaldogday !

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Cobb and Cherokee Emergency Veterinary Clinic will be hosting their 1st annual Family & Pet Safety Event.

What to expect while you're there: Give-always and raffles from most of the 28 Vendors, Music from Q-100, food, Kona-Ice cold refreshments, Home Depot with their kids-work-shop, meet your local Cherokee police and fire department, pet adoptions and so much more!

Save the date!

Saturday October 22nd from 11AM - 4 PM

Location: Cherokee Emergency Veterinary Clinic at 7800 GA-92, Woodstock, GA 30189

Our event will be in the grass lot next to the Cherokee Emergency Clinic. This pet safety event is open to the public and no charge to attend!

Did you know that house fires are the most common disaster and also the most preventable. According to the United States Fire Administration, an estimated 500,000 pets are affected annually by fires. The best way to protect your pets from the effects of a fire is to include them in your family plan. This includes having their own disaster supplies kit as well as arranging in advance for a safe place for them to stay if you need to leave your home. In the event of a disaster, if you must evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them, too. Saturday, October 22nd from 11:00am until 4:00pm.

We welcome you to bring your friendly dogs and ask that you keep all friendly dogs on a leash.

More information and the vendors that will be there are listed at this link below:
www.facebook.com/events/875190042611994
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With all of this wet weather keeping our lawns damp can create the perfect conditions for #Mushrooms to begin springing up in your yard. While you may enjoy deep frying these delicious morsels, the wild varieties could lead to death for your #dog . Remove these from your yard, and away from your #pets to avoid any potential #danger .

*Note: MOST Mushrooms found at your local grocery store are not considered toxic to your pet.
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