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4 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe From Tick-Borne Illnesses

4 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe From Tick-Borne Illnesses

4 Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe From Tick-Borne Illnesses   Nothing sends the creepy-crawlies up your spine more than spotting a tick prowling across your pet’s skin. When taking advantage of the beautiful summer weather to go hiking with your pet, help them stay...

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3 Ways to Help Your Newly Adopted Cat Feel at Home

3 Ways to Help Your Newly Adopted Cat Feel at Home

3 Ways to Help Your Newly Adopted Cat Feel at Home   Although welcoming a new cat into your home and family is an excellent idea any time of year, June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month. However, naturally, your new feline friend may be anxious and unsure of their new...

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Signs of Canine Anxiety in Your Pup

Signs of Canine Anxiety in Your Pup

Signs of Canine Anxiety in Your Pup   Did you know that anxiety in dogs is common? While it may be difficult to detect signs your pup is anxious, once you know what to look for, you may find them to be pretty obvious. In honor of Dog Anxiety Week, which runs from...

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What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets   As the weather gets warmer, there is more pollen in the air. This yellow substance triggers irritating allergies in people and pets alike and can cause a wide variety of signs in suffering pets. Learn what you...

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The Life Cycle of Heartworms in your Pet

The Life Cycle of Heartworms in your Pet

While you may know heartworms are transmitted to pets via the bites of infected mosquitoes, you may not realize that mammals are an essential part of the heartworm life cycle as well. In honor of National Heartworm Awareness Month, we’re sharing how important your pet...

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3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

Cats are highly sensitive creatures, which means they don’t react well to change. Whether the disruption is minor, such as moving clocks ahead an hour and changing a routine or major, such as moving to a new home, these things can lead to an anxious cat. Learn to...

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How to Respect Your Cat’s Unique Nature in 3 Ways

How to Respect Your Cat’s Unique Nature in 3 Ways

On March 28, we celebrate Respect Your Cat Day. While proud felines typically demand our respect and unwavering devotion every day of the year, make it a point to cater to their unique needs on their noteworthy holiday. Try the following ways to show your cat that you...

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Your Pet Should Avoid These Common Pet Toxins

Your Pet Should Avoid These Common Pet Toxins

Household toxins are a common source of pet poisoning, particularly in the kitchen or bathroom. However, potential hazards can lurk everywhere, including in your garage, garden, and cupboards. Brush up on your toxin knowledge for National Poison Prevention Week, which...

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Preparing for Pet Loss

Preparing for Pet Loss

Knowing your pet is nearing the end of their life is heartbreaking, but understanding and preparing for their final moments can help you accept their passing. Whether your beloved companion is reaching the end of their natural life span, or suffering from a chronic...

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The Importance of X-Rays in Pet Oral Health

The Importance of X-Rays in Pet Oral Health

When it comes to your pet’s oral health, we want the full picture of what is happening above and below the gumline. There is no better way to determine the extent of periodontal disease than by taking full-mouth dental X-rays. This process gives us a complete...

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