Dogs Care

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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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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My Dog has Fleas… Now What?

My Dog has Fleas… Now What?

It’s an itchy time of year for our furry friends. With flowers blooming and trees budding, your dog may be suffering from seasonal allergies. Their skin may also be dry and irritated from the few bouts of colder springtime weather. While these factors may cause discomfort to your dog, if you notice excessive scratching or chewing, it’s important to check…

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Lyme Disease: Symptoms to Look for in Dogs

Lyme Disease: Symptoms to Look for in Dogs

After a cold, snowy winter being cooped up indoors, your pets are itching to stretch their legs and run around outside for some exercise and adventure. Similarly, young, poppy seed-sized deer ticks called nymphs that have been growing and lying dormant all winter are now active, hungry and seeking a host. Before you let your dog roam around in tall…

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