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Fall Pet Tips

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Autumn is a busy time for many families, the kids go back to school, schedules change, and it’s time to put away some of the summer stuff and pull out the blankets and long-sleeve shirts. It’s also an important time of year for maintenance on your house and cars. However, don’t forget to make sure [...]

7 Reasons Why Guinea Pigs Make Awesome Pets

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Thinking about a getting a small pet that doesn’t take up too much space and is still fun and loving? Then say hello to the guinea pig! They are social animals that like attention and do well in pairs. They are known to bond with their owners and have been known to love being cuddled [...]

Intestinal Parasites in Dogs & Cats: Symptoms and Prevention

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We love our pets. We really do. We play with them, go for walks with them, give them high quality food, and hug them. One of the things we have to think about that may slip our mind from time to time are parasites, intestinal parasites. It’s easy to see if a flea or tick [...]

Ease Your Pet’s Anxiety At The Groomers

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Some dogs don’t mind being bathed, clipped, and primped but other dogs become nervous, want to jump off the table, and run. If your dog tries to do the latter, there are ways to help make grooming time a little less nerve-wracking. It’s important to take some preventative steps to address their anxiety before it [...]

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 and become uncomfortable or may hurt their feet on the hot pavement. Summer also exposes our pets to different poisons that they may not come across during the other seasons. Plants and fertilizers [...]

Hot Weather Pet Tips

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The temperatures are rising and that means that dogs and humans alike need to take some extra care when spending time outside. While certain breeds of dogs love the hotter days, others can experience health problems. Be careful when spending time outside that your dog is not getting overheated, dehydrating, or sunburned. Here are 5 [...]

Spring time safety tips

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It’s spring! It’s sunny! It’s warmer! But what about spring time dangers? Seasonal changes mean that there are new things to be aware of that could harm your pet as other ones are no longer a big deal. 6 Springtime pet tips Easter Treats and Decorations Keep Easter lilies and candy bunnies in check—chocolate goodies [...]

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 [...]

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