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Signs of Lyme Disease in Dogs

Signs of Lyme Disease in Dogs

Spring and summer are right around the corner and if your dog is anything like all of us, they are itching to stretch their legs and run outside for some exercise and adventure! Before you let your dog roam around in tall grass or wooded areas, it’s important to protect them from Lyme disease and to know the signs and symptoms your pet might have been infected.

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Tips for Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth

Tips for Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth

Today kicks off the start of Pet Dental Care Month! Our furbabies deserve nothing but the best including healthy mouths, and happy smiles. One way you can help them maintain their overall well-being is brushing their teeth. Both the VCA and the American Kennel Club agree that brushing your pet’s teeth will clean away the plaque that leads to bad…

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Caring for Your Diabetic Pet During the Holiday Season

Caring for Your Diabetic Pet During the Holiday Season

The holidays are right around the corner, and although joyous, they can be quite stressful for you and your pet, leading to not-so-healthy food habits. With the change in routines and being around friends and family members who might not understand your pet’s unique needs, managing your pet’s diabetes can be challenging this time of year. Here are a few…

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Debunking the Flea and Tick Myth

Debunking the Flea and Tick Myth

Did you know that although flea and tick risk is lower during colder months, you should continue to serve your pet flea and tick preventatives all year long? A common misconception among many pet owners is that because it’s cold outside, fleas and ticks can’t survive. However, the change in temperature means these pests are eager to find ways to…

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