News & Views in Pet Health

be aware of pet poisons
04/08/14

Watch your pets near these items during Easter. Chocolate for dogs and lilies for cats are just two examples.

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Tips for protecting your pet against Lyme Disease
04/05/14

For Lyme disease to be contracted, a tick must be attached to your dog for at least forty-eight hours and your cat for at least eighteen hours. Therefore, the best means of avoiding Lyme disease is to remove ticks, as soon as they are found.

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Husky and gray cat lying down
03/17/14

Potential hazards and pet poisons can be found throughout your home. Learn more with our infographic.

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dog poison symptoms
03/15/14

Here are some key signs of poisoning in your dog or cat.

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Cat with vet
03/15/14

Cats and dogs are curious by nature and as a result, are prone to getting their paws on things they shouldn't so it's crucial to be prepared Here’s a list of some items you should have on hand in case of an incident.

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Two dogs in grass
03/05/14

It is not fully understood why some dogs suffer from separation anxiety and others do not, but it is known to be one of the most common causes of canine problems.

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Dog teeth cleaning is key
02/08/14

Brush your pet’s teeth. (Yes, really!) The best time to start is when your pet is a young puppy or kitten—they will grow up knowing that tooth-brushing is just a regular part of life.

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Neutering your dog should be no problem
02/08/14

Here are some great reasons why It's ok to neuter or spay your dog or cat. Veterinarians agree that the benefits of altering your pet far outweigh any surgical risks. Whether you’re “bringing home baby” or getting an adult cat or dog, it’s a good idea to make this important procedure part of your adoption plan.

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second hand smoke can harm your pet
01/28/14

Your pets don’t smoke, but they breathe the same air you do. So, if you smoke, your cat or dog is inhaling the same toxins from your cigarettes or cigars that you are.

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Dog chiropractic care
01/15/14

Chiropractic care for your dog is a growing specialty field. To get the 411 on doggy chiropractic care, we asked chiropractor Dr. Mark Fleet a few common questions.

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