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Orange cat at food bowl
06/08/20

Did you know that grain-free, boutique, home-cooked, raw and exotic pet foods may be making your pet(s) sick?

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Dog looking out window
06/07/20

Dr. Sperry, DVM, provides tips on how to identify if your dog experiences separation anxiety and how you can curb it once you ease out of the work-from-home lifestyle.

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Cat playing with DIY toy
06/07/20

Put all that toilet paper to good use and try out a homemade puzzle feeder for the feline in your family.

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Close Up of Dog Nose with Tick
05/15/20

Ensure parasite prevention is a priority this season, even during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Dog on Couch with Pillow Stuffing
05/14/20

Peek at your pet from wherever you are without spending too much moola.

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Dr. Sperry with her dogs
04/19/20

While we’ve always had veterinary medical professionals as part of our team, we’re happy to announce that veterinarian, Dr. Jennifer Sperry, BSc, DVM has recently joined our growing pack!

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Dog in Veterinarian's Arms
04/12/20

Some impressive progress has been made in investigating the companion animal role in this disease, but there are still many questions left to be answered.

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Dog with owner laying on book
03/29/20

With the outbreak of COVID-19, we understand that self-isolation and social distancing is difficult and disrupts the normal routine you share with your pets. Pets Plus Us brings you 10 things you can do to help make this time easier for yourself and your cats and dogs.

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03/29/20

With the outbreak of COVID-19, many people are working from home for an extended period of time to practice social distancing and keep the population safe. Pets Plus Us brings you 5 tips from the cat expert on working from home and maintaining a healthy and happy routine.

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Small poodle with veterinarian
03/29/20

When news of a new and unpredictable virus overwhelms the headlines, our instincts to protect ourselves and our loved ones activate. In the early days of an epidemic, it’s hard to know how to respond. But your veterinarian is your best source of reliable information.

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