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Prevent Lyme Disease

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More and more pets are coming down with Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by a kind of bacteria that is transmitted from an infected deer tick. When the tick attaches to the dog or cat, the bacteria enters the bloodstream and can cause many problems. Signs lameness lethargic decrease in appetite fever If you [...]

FIght the Fleas! Tips on prevention

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It’s spring and this means that fleas are back. Although fleas can be a year round problem, the warmer months prove to be especially annoying. How to find out if your pet has fleas Black specks on your pet or in your dog’s bed may be “flea dirt” – the fecal matter from adult fleas. [...]

February is National Pet Dental Month: Keep those fangs shiny!

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February is National Pet Dental Month. The American Veterinarians Medical Association is working in conjunction with several clinics and companies around the country to educate and promote dental health to pet owners. It is estimated that about 1 in 10 pet owners make sure their pet’s teeth are cared for and brush them on a [...]

Thanksgiving Pet Tips

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It’s almost Thanksgiving, and for pet owners that means in addition to thinking about how we’ll handle our own excesses over the holiday we need to be aware of how our pets will deal with it, too. This can be a really hectic time, with more people in the house than usual, so it’s important [...]

Halloween Costume Safety Tips

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Halloween can be a lot of fun. It’s even more fun when your pet can dress up and you two can walk around as team like Batman and Robin or a cowboy and a horse. You need to be sure that your pet will be ok being dressed up or else it could end up [...]

Back To School Blues: Pets and Change

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For some of us, school has started. The summer routine of day camps and small weekend getaways are over and your dog is again alone for 8 to 9 hours a day. With the hustle and bustle of getting kids ready for school your pup knows something is up and can sense the change of [...]

Poisonous Summer Plants

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Summer isn’t easy on our pets. Some days it’s just too hot or humid to do much outside. Our pets can overheat or just be uncomfortable and want to just lay on the cold tiles. Summer also exposes our pets to different poisons that they may not come across during the other seasons. Plants and [...]

Summer Shedding Tips

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Summer is here and that means our cats and dogs that have been lightly or moderately shedding as the temperatures have been rising will most likely go into what feels like overdrive shedding. You would think it’s their job to shed. I’ve started finding tufts of fur on the pet beds I have for my [...]

17 Foods With Xylitol Which Could Kill Your Dog & Marketing Phrases Indicating Xylitol As A Possible Ingredient

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You may have heard about the toxic and potentially fatal effects of Xylitol when ingested by dogs. Most of the articles I have seen revolve around the fact that some manufacturers of peanut butter have started adding Xylitol as a sweetening agent. This is very significant, as many pet owners give their dogs peanut butter. [...]

Submissive Urination: 6 Tips to Curb It

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Submissive urination can be annoying and frustrating. It can also take a while to break your dog of this behavior. Whatever you do, try to remain calm and don’t punish your dog. 6 tips to curb submissive urination Build confidence – basic obedience training can build your dog’s confidence. Get your dog used to noises, [...]

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