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Learn About Your Pets Springtime Skin Allergies

Learn About Your Pets Springtime Skin Allergies

April Showers Bring… Spring Skin Allergies in Pets   There is something more threatening in spring than warmer weather and new growth, and that is pollen. This yellow substance triggers irritation in people as well as pets and can cause a variety of signs in...

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Tips for Helping Your Anxious Pup

Tips for Helping Your Anxious Pup

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?   It is more common than you might think for dogs to suffer from anxiety. Signs that they may be anxious can be difficult to recognize at first, but once you know what to look for, they may be quite apparent to you. Find out if...

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How Heartworms are Transmitted in Pets

How Heartworms are Transmitted in Pets

Of all the parasites that can infect your pet, heartworms are arguably one of the most dangerous. These worms live in the heart and lungs of infected animals, and can cause a wide range of health problems. In this post, we'll take a closer look at the heartworm life...

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Hairball Prevention for Your Cat

Hairball Prevention for Your Cat

In honor of National Hairball Awareness Day, we would like to take this opportunity to talk about what hairballs are, why they form, and how to prevent them. Hairballs are made up of hair, saliva, and dirt that accumulate in a cat's stomach over time. They can cause...

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3 Tips on Respecting Your Cat

3 Tips on Respecting Your Cat

In order to have a healthy and respectful relationship with your cat, it is important to understand their unique nature. While cats are often thought of as independent creatures, they still require love and attention from their owners. In this blog post, we will...

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How to Deal with a New Puppy in Your Home

How to Deal with a New Puppy in Your Home

Are you the proud parent of a new puppy? If so, congratulations! Welcoming a new puppy into your home is an exciting experience, but it's also important to be prepared for all the challenges that come with raising a pet. In this blog post, we'll discuss some tips on...

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Four Ways To Share Valentine’s Day Love With Your Pet

Four Ways To Share Valentine’s Day Love With Your Pet

Sure, your pet loves you unconditionally. But on Valentine's Day, it's always nice to show your furry friend how much you appreciate them with a special treat or gesture. Here are a few ideas for how to spoil your pet this year on February 14th. #1: Make your pet a...

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The Importance of X-Rays in Pet Oral Health

The Importance of X-Rays in Pet Oral Health

If you're like most pet owners, you may not think about dental x-rays for your pet. But just like with people, regular dental x-rays are an important part of preventive care for pets. Dental x-rays can help identify problems with your pet's teeth and gums early on,...

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Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

Is Your Pet Protected from Parasites All Year Long?

No one likes to think about their pet being infected with parasites, but the fact is that these little creatures can cause a lot of harm. That's why it's important to keep your pet on a parasite prevention regimen 12 months a year. Here are three reasons why:  #1:...

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How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

How to Keep Your Pet Safe When Traveling

Are you planning on traveling with your pet soon? If so, there are a few things you need to do in order to prepare. This blog post will discuss tips for making your trip as smooth and stress-free as possible for both you and your furry friend. So read on to find out...

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