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Pets love to have their own space in the yard, which could inspire a fun DIY project for you and the family! Get creative and build an outdoor space for them that provides shade during long sunny days.
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Lilies may look pretty on display at home or in your garden, but they don’t belong where cats live or roam as lilies are toxic to them. Seek veterinary care right away if your cat ingests this flower!
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The bond between a child and their pet is a special one! Ask us for recommendations on the best ways to introduce a new pet into the family.
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If you’ve applied a topical pain relief to your skin, be mindful and don’t let your cats or dogs lick you – it could be fatal to them! Seek emergency care immediately if your pet has ingested a topical or oral medication such as flurbiprofen.

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It's very common for aging pets to develop arthritis, and there are options to keep them comfortable and active! Call us to set up an exam if your pet is showing any signs of arthritis.
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Wow! Dogs and cats have all sorts of expressions, but this ‘guilty’ look has an explanation that stems from their ancestry. If you need any of your pets’ behaviors or tendencies explained, give us a call in case they’re telling you that it’s time to come see us for a visit!

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We'll take a furry best friend any day of the week! Be sure to look out for your pet just as they look out for you. Call us to schedule a wellness exam for them to ensure that they're in good health! 
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We might think cats are just being cute and particular when they insist on climbing inside the smallest boxes possible… but it turns out that they find confined spaces to be a place of comfort and safety. If you have a cat a home, try to make sure that they have a little hiding place to curl up in! 

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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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