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Is Your Pet at Risk of Heatstroke?

Is Your Pet at Risk of Heatstroke?

April showers brought May flowers, and now the June sunshine is coming! Kids are getting out of school, parks and swimming pools are filling up, and pets are outside enjoying the warmth with us! This weather is perfect for snow cones and lemonade, but it sure is tough...

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Allergies in Dogs

Allergies in Dogs

People manifest allergies like sneezing, wheezing, runny eyes, and runny nose. However, dogs manifest allergies as itchy skin: licking, chewing, scratching, rolling/rubbing, head shaking. The most common sources of allergy in dogs are fleas, pollen, and dust....

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Microchipping Pets

Microchipping Pets

Microchips provide permanent identification that cannot fall off like a collar or tag. Microchips are registered to public databases with information that you provide such as name, address, and phone number. There are many stories of pet owners being reunited with...

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Ear Infections

Ear Infections

Stealthy or super-scratchy, ear infections are extremely common in dogs and cats!  Ear infections usually cause significant discomfort, scratching at the head/neck/face, visible debris, and/or odor. However, after they sit for a while, your pet can become used to the...

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Preventing Dental Disease

Preventing Dental Disease

What is Dental Disease?  80% of dogs will have some degree of periodontal disease by age 3.  This makes sense if you consider how bad your own teeth would look if you went 3 years without brushing(see the dental chart below)!  If allowed to remain on the tooth's...

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