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Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes

Watch Out For These 5 Signs of Pet Diabetes   November is National Pet Diabetes Month, a month dedicated to educating pet owners on the signs and management of this endocrine disorder. By learning how to spot the following signs of pet diabetes, you can help them...

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How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet

How to Make a Thanksgiving Plate for Your Pet   One of Thanksgiving's delights is a crowded table with all of your favorite foods. While your pet may want a bite, many of the widely consumed Thanksgiving meals are harmful to pets. Prepare a special, secure...

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How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score

How to Evaluate Your Pet’s Body Condition Score National Pet Obesity Awareness Day falls on October 12, but you should pay attention to your pet’s weight all year long. More than half of the nation’s cats and dogs are considered overweight or obese, which can lead to...

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5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile As your pet ages, they likely will experience stiff, achy joints caused by osteoarthritis. Fortunately, you have many options to help keep your senior pet active and mobile throughout their golden years. Give the following...

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Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

Back-to-School Considerations for Your Pet

The end of summer is always a bittersweet time. It's great to have cooler weather and spend time with family, but the return to school also means an earlier bedtime for kids and more alone time for pets. For many animals, the change from relaxed summer days to weekday...

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Keeping Your Pet Safe Under Anesthesia

Keeping Your Pet Safe Under Anesthesia

Making the decision to put your pet under anesthesia can be a difficult one. You want to make sure that they are safe and comfortable during the procedure. Here are 3 ways that your pet is kept safe during anesthesia. #1: We perform a pre-anesthetic exam and testing ...

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How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work? If you've been on the fence about having your pet microchipped, it might help ease your mind to understand how microchips work. While they do not provide GPS tracking capabilities, they do offer a permanent means of identification for your...

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Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets

Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets

Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets It’s no secret that our pets do not live long enough. Along with a shorter lifespan—in relation to their human family members—come rapid health changes, particularly in their later years. Although young pets can...

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Learn to Prevent Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Your Cat

Learn to Prevent Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Your Cat

The Dangers of Sunlight: Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats Picture this: Your white cat is snoozing away on their favorite windowsill, soaking up the warmth from the late afternoon sun. Such an idyllic scene warms your heart, but too much sun exposure can be dangerous...

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Fun Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

Fun Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

Fun Ways to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat Summertime is full of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, although high temperatures and humidity can make it uncomfortable for your pet. Help your furry pal beat the heat with the following tips. #1: Fill up a wading...

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