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Homeward Bound: Moving With Your Pet

Moving to a new area can be a stressful ordeal for all involved, especially your pets. The chaos of packing, moving furniture and the strangeness of a new area...more
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Heat Stroke’s Deadly Effects on Dogs

As summer progresses and temperatures come close to triple digits, many of us make it a habit to protect ourselves from the sweltering heat. Unfortunately for...more
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Second-Hand Smoke and Your Pet

We all know that smoking is bad for our health, but what might surprise many pet-owners are the dangerous effects that same smoke can have on their four-legged...more

Emergency Plan for Your Pet

When a disaster suddenly strikes it can be frightening for everyone, including your pet. The best thing you can do for you and your pet’s safety is to be...more
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Pet Dental Health

We all know that our teeth are important. We even visit our dentist regularly to have teeth cleanings and oral exams. Keeping our teeth clean is vital to our...more

Pesticides and Your Pet

While spring is a time to plant beautiful flowers in your yard, it also brings pesky insects out in numbers. Because of this, a potential hazard this time of year for pets is pesticides. more

Pet Heart Health and Heartworms

Pet owners should be aware of the signs and symptoms of heart disease so that they can provide their pet with the best possible care. more
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Managing Chronic Health Problems:

Tackle specific health concerns by tweaking what’s in your dog’s dinner bowl. A good diet that meets your dog’s unique health needs can help to prevent chronic diseases from progressing or recurring more
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Baby's Best Friend

A recent study conducted by Dr. Eija Bergroth found having pets in the house during a baby’s first year of life can help bolster the infant’s immune system...more

Matters of the Heart: Hypertension

One out of every three adults has high blood pressure or hypertension. As with humans, this health problem is seen in cats and dogs.Primary hypertension occurs...more

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