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4 Myths About Fleas and Ticks


Fleas and ticks have been around for centuries, serving as a source of discomfort and disease. While experts have learned a lot about these pests, some common myths and misconceptions about fleas and ticks still exist in the minds of many pet owners. . .



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Ribbons & Bows – Holiday Hazards for Cats


Are you done wrapping all your Christmas presents yet? One of the great things about Christmas is seeing lots of beautiful presents with lots of ribbon and bows under the tree. And although it can be fun to watch cats play with the ribbons on the presents, it can also be dangerous for them



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10 Tips for Feeding Pets Thanksgiving Leftovers


With the holidays approaching, your dog or cat will inevitably be begging to partake in the big turkey dinner. When polled, 56 percent of our pet owners admitted to sharing Thanksgiving table scraps with their pets. While this can be a wonderful way to add lean protein and fresh veggies to your pet’s diet, there are also hidden dangers in holiday fare.



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Dog Flu: What causes it?


Canine influenza, or dog flu, is caused by the canine influenza virus (CIV). It is highly contagious. Who’s at Risk? Dogs of any breed, age, sex or health status are at risk of infection when exposed to CIV, and infection can occur year round. Almost all dogs exposed to CIV will become infected, and the […]



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Flea & Tick Product Safety Tips


Flea and tick prevention is an important part of taking good care of your cat or dog. That’s because pets can get a variety of diseases from fleas and ticks. And flea and tick bites can make your pet (and you!) very uncomfortable. But flea and tick preventives contain substances that can be harmful if […]



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February & March are Dental Health Months


Because dental health is one of the most overlooked pet health care concerns for pets, we have dedicated an entire month to help  remind our owners just how important this issue is. Unfortunately, delaying or postponing dental health care will lead to mouth or tooth pain and eventually tooth loss. Dental disease doesn’t affect just […]



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