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First Aid Kit For Pets

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month.  While we will always recommend that you seek the advice of a veterinarian anytime your pet is injured or ill, it is never a bad idea to be prepared at home.  Just like having a first aid kit for your own bumps and...

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6 Foods You Didn’t Know Were Poisonous To Pets

… or maybe you did. March 18-22 is Pet Poison Prevention Week.  So we have compiled a list of foods you may or may not know can be harmful to your pet. If your pet drinks or eats any of the foods below please call your veterinarian right away....

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Dental Health in Dogs and Cats

Do you brush your teeth every day? Sure you do - maybe even twice a day.  We floss, use mouthwash, and be sure to see a dentist every six months. Why? Because we know how important our teeth are!  Well, those pearly whites are just as important for your...

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Flea and Tick Prevention

One of the most frequent concerns for dog and cat parents is how to keep their pets safe from pesky pests like fleas and ticks. Fleas are parasites which consume blood.  Over time this can cause blood loss or anemia.  This can be especially dangerous in...

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Pet Safety at Christmas: Presents and Parties

And he’s bringing presents!  As you are wrapping presents be careful to keep the string and ribbons away from your pets.  This includes not putting gifts out too soon.  Keep them hidden away in a closet until it’s time to open them....

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Pet Safety at Christmas: the Food

We all love holiday food… and our pets want to know if they’d love it too!  Be sure to keep dogs away from your holiday chocolate.  Dark chocolate and baking chocolate especially can be dangerous.  If you believe your dog has eaten...

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