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What Is Heartworm, And What Are The Symptoms?

What Is Heartworm, And What Are The Symptoms?

Most dog owners are familiar with the threat of heartworm in the U.S. and give their pooches a monthly preventative “heartworm treat” to keep them from getting heartworm disease. Do you understand where heartworm comes from or the symptoms to look for if your dog is infected? During National Heartworm Awareness Month this month, take the opportunity to learn more…

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Flea and Tick Treatments & Preventives

Flea and Tick Treatments & Preventives

The best method of flea and tick treatment is preventing your pet from getting them in the first place! Yet, with so many different options out there, it’s difficult to know what type of flea and tick preventives are right for your pet. Here are a few things to know to prevent these pests from making a home on your…

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What’s the Scoop on Fecal Testing?

What’s the Scoop on Fecal Testing?

You can tell a lot from your pet’s stool. It can tell you what your pets have been eating, if they are getting the right nutrients, or if they are stressed out. Because your pet cannot tell you something is internally wrong, they rely on you to pay attention to their bodily movements to look for symptoms of an underlying…

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8 Tips To Follow When Boarding Your Dog

8 Tips To Follow When Boarding Your Dog

Summer means taking a break from work or school to travel to a fun vacation destination… but vacations are often unsuitable for your pets. While cats are sufficient at home for a short period of vacation time (as long as a neighbor checks in daily to give them food, water and clean their litter box) you will most likely have to…

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Help your pet say “Cheese!”- The Importance of Dental Health

Help your pet say “Cheese!”- The Importance of Dental Health

When was the last time you gave any thought to your pet’s dental health? If it’s been a while—or maybe never—you’re not alone. Studies reveal that about two-thirds of pet owners do not provide the dental care recommended by their veterinarians. That’s a big mistake. Even though pets don’t often get cavities, they are susceptible to periodontal or gum disease,…

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