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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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National Pet Preparedness Month: Steps to Take This Month

National Pet Preparedness Month: Steps to Take This Month

Over the past few months, we’ve all learned a little something about the importance of being prepared – just ask us about our toilet paper stash! As we enter into summer, leading to greater risks of natural disasters and loud, scary noises like fireworks and thunder, it’s important to focus on pet disaster preparedness as well. June is National Pet…

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Keep Your Pet’s Teeth Clean to Protect Their Overall Health

Keep Your Pet’s Teeth Clean to Protect Their Overall Health

Imagine how your teeth would look and feel after a couple of days without brushing them (let alone a month or even a year)! Your pet’s teeth are no different. While your four-legged friend is not one to complain about their oral hygiene, it’s often not until we receive a big slobbery kiss or catch a whiff of them panting…

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5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make With Your Pet

5 New Year’s Resolutions You Can Make With Your Pet

Happy New Year from your friends at Animal Health Center! Start the new year (and the new decade) off on the right paw by developing some wellness-oriented New Year’s resolutions for your pet. Your cat or dog depends on you to help them stay healthy and happy. The good news is that there are many easy-to-follow resolutions that you and…

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