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How is your pet's dental health?
National Pet Dental Month   February
is National Pet Dental Month.   When
dealing with our furry family members, it can be easy to forget one of the most
important aspects of their health: their teeth!   With progression of dental disease, the effects are n...
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New Year's Resolutions
      It is that time of year, again! Time for
New Years Resolution’s, and for some this typically includes improving overall
body health and fitness.   This is also
the perfect time of year to consider these steps for our furry family
members.   Obesity am...
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Christmas and Happy Holidays!             It’s that time of year again. Time
for family and friends to gather for holiday festivities.   During the hustle and bustle of the holidays,
it is easy to forget to plan for the four-legged family members.   W...
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The Dreaded "C" Word
Dreaded “C” Word             As pets age, concerns arise
regarding their overall health.   In some
instances diseases can develop that may be terminal or require intensive
treatment or management.   Just as in
humans, one group of diseases that can stri...
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Help! My pet is peeing everywhere!
Help! My pet is peeing everywhere!             November is Pet Diabetes Month.   When left undiagnosed and unmanaged, diabetes
can be a fatal disease in dogs and cats.   By reviewing the most common clinical signs, potential risk factors that
may increase t...
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Fun Feline Facts
October 29 is National Cat Day. For all the cat lovers out
there,   here are some fun feline facts
that many cat fanatics may not be aware of: 1.        Cats can make approximately 100 different
sounds. 2.        A group of cats is called a clowder. 3.     ...
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Halloween Safety tips, provided by the ASPCA
Happy Halloween The ASPCA recommends taking some common sense
precautions this Halloween to keep you and your pet safe from: Trick or Treats 1.       No
tricks, no treats: That bowl of candy is for trick-or-treaters, not for Scruffy
and Fluffy. Chocolate in...
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Thanks for the advice!
Thanks for the advice!               How do pet owners know what is best
for their pet? Every day they see it in advertisements, read it on packaging,
and options available in the ever-growing industry of pet foods or alternative
veterinary options (i.e. ho...
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honest about your pet’s ability to travel.   If your pet is very young or old, is ill, pregnant, or recovering from
surgery, it may be better for all concerned to look into a pet sitter or
kennel.   There is no need to risk
injuring your pet by taking hi...
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‘Tis the season for heatstroke
             As spring arrives and lends way to
summer, many pet parents want to enjoy being outdoors with their pets more,
primarily dogs.   This can include such
activities as hiking, walking or running, dog parks, or simply allowing the pet
to spend more...
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