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Did you know that a dog's sense of smell is over 100,000 times more acute than a human’s?
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Friday is Hairball Awareness Day. Hairballs can cause many problems for cats, such as gagging, lack of appetite, and vomiting, so groom your cat on a regular basis to help prevent hairballs and keep your kitty this week!
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Regular vet check-ups, at-home dental care, preventative medicines for heartworm and fleas, vaccines…all of these are important parts of preventive health care for your pet, and all are necessary to helping your pet life a long life. Ask us if you have questions about your pet’s health. 
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Just a reminder that you can save 10% on your pet's dental cleaning this February in honor of National Pet Dental Health Month! Visit the link below for more details.

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If you’re dressing your pet up in a Halloween costume, make sure they are always supervised while dressed up. Clothing is not natural for animals so they may become stressed or even struggle to remove it. Keep an eye on your pet all the time they’re dressed up and use your best judgement. If they look uncomfortable, they should have the costume removed. Visit our blog for more tips for keeping your pet safe this upcoming Halloween...

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Did you know that pets are considered "seniors" at about 7 years of age. At that age, they are at a greater risk of certain health conditions. Visit our blog to learn more, & give us a call to schedule an appointment (703) 273-5110! https://littlerivervetclinic.wordpress.com/2015/09/16/the-importance-of-senior-pet-care/
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Keep your pets safe from parasites by having them tested for heartworm disease! Contact us today to learn more about how to keep your pet protected from deadly parasites (703) 273-5110! 
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Preventive care if key to keeping your pet happy and healthy! Contact us at (703) 273-5110 today and keep your pet protected from fleas & ticks! 
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