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Happy New Year!

We cannot believe that 2017 is coming to an end! Are you and your pets ready to welcome the New Year? New Year’s festivities can be a time of stress for many dogs and cats, as well as their families. Whether you are celebrating at home with guests or having a night out on the […]

Protecting your Dog from Deadly Parvovirus

New puppies are one of the sweetest additions a family can experience. Fur, fun, and kisses are absolutely irresistible to most people, and sharing our new additions seems to be the next step. Stop! Puppies are susceptible to many different infections, particularly the dreaded canine parvovirus. Horrible gastrointestinal symptoms, expensive treatment, and sobering mortality rates […]

A Pocket Pet Christmas

The stockings are hung and the presents are ready. You may not have a puppy in the box for your family, but you got a pocket pet that is allowed for your apartment. You bought it at the pet store and got everything they said. Your family is excited to add a new member to […]

How to do Heartworm Prevention Right

It is getting warm out again and that means mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are the carriers for heartworms and they find their way into your home all the time! So how can they not find their way to biting your pet? It’s always being preached that heartworm prevention is so easy, but do we ever really break […]

Sago Palm and Lily toxicity in Pets

It is spring, that time of year when the weather is beautiful, the flowers are blooming, and we find ourselves and our beloved pets wanting to enjoy the outdoors. Many pet owners do not know the dangers of some of the plants that our pets are exposed to, even in our own yards. There are […]

My Pet’s Easter Basket

Easter Time Again….  Hopefully you can remember the Do NOT’s for your pet – No Chocolate, No Easter Grass, No Lilies, No Foil Wrappers, No Eggs (Plastic or Real) and No left overs.  That is No Fun.  ☹ I thought we could focus on the DO’s for your pet.  What can you put in your […]

What Pets Really Need at the Vet

I am often asked during examinations to “give only what my pet really needs.” The response depends on your pet’s health, what it does, and where it goes. It is important for pet owners and pet health care providers to maintain a pet’s personal health plan, not just a pet’s vaccinations. The most important thing […]

Thanksgiving No No’s

Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday season where we might be tempted to feed our 4 legged friends scraps from the table. There are many pitfalls possible with this scenario. Our family pets may be very sensitive to the fats and greases present in our food which can cause pancreatitis (an inflammation of the […]

Daily Dose of Prevention

Pets depend on us entirely for love, affection, shelter and all of their basic needs. In return, they give many health benefits; companionship, unconditional love and affection. Don’t we owe them the best we can offer? What is the ONE THING you can do every single day to help your pet stay healthy and prevent […]

Microchipping Your Pet: Is It Worth It?

Most of us consider ourselves to be responsible owners, and the idea of one’s pet ending up in a shelter at any point may seem far-fetched. In reality, however, it’s a lot more commonplace than you might expect. Most dogs and cats that enter shelters get there because someone assumed they were stray animals. All […]


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