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Friars Road Pet Hospital
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Our pets age a lot faster than we do, so it is more important than ever to have them come in for regular checkups!
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Friends don't let friends feel ill! Make sure you are bringing your pet in for regular appointments so that your furry buddy can be at your side for as long as possible.
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Some pet foods have ingredients that can be...unappetizing. At your next appointment, ask which diets are best for the unique needs of your pet!
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Read this and impress your friends with all your cat knowledge! Tag all the dog people you know. :D
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When you prepare your family for an emergency, don't forget the furry members! Check out this article for tips on emergency preparedness ideas for your pets.

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Lol! It might be tempting to give your pets human food when they beg, but think twice! Many things we eat are not suitable for them. If your pet has snacked on something they shouldn't have and are now facing the consequences, give us a call as they may need to be seen by a professional.
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Have you noticed that your pet has been packing on the pounds lately? Obesity doesn’t just affect humans; your beloved pet can suffer from it as well. Come in to discuss any concerns about your pet’s weight at your next visit!

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Don't forget about your pet's oral hygiene! If it's been a while since their last dental cleaning, ask us for oral health recommendations.
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Fall is a welcome break from the summer heat, but it's also a season of lurking dangers for your furry friends. Be wary of wildlife, especially snakes preparing for hibernation. Keep your pets out of areas where snakes may be hiding.
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For many people, pets are a part of the family and are referred to as “babies”. New data suggests that there is a correlation between the decline of babies being born to women and an increase in pet ownership. Are your pet children replacements for actual children?
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