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Environmental needs are as crucial as food and water for cats. To relieve stress, cats require normal behavior.
Dog parks can be a great place to give your dog some exercise, but many come with a list of dangers. Addressing these potential dangers can help you avoid negative situations.
We usually recommend yearly fecal testing to look for parasites because your pet can pick up parasites fairly easily, and some can even be transmitted to people!
There is a plethora of information regarding toxic foods for humans, but it isn’t the same way for dogs and cats, we have to be a bit more careful with them.
It’s cold out there! Just as in the heat of summer, we do need to take care of our pets in the cold of winter- protect them from the elements.
Dogs have a range of different vaccines which we administer, based on their likelihood of exposure due to their lifestyle.
Our pets age much faster than we do, yearly bloodwork is always a great idea, but even more so when our pets become seniors.
Natural disasters remind us that we can never be too prepared for an incident. But, what can we do for our pets?
There are three different vaccines that we administer to cats to strengthen their immune system, helping them be prepared for a viral attack.
After your dog has been outside, always do a tick check. If you find a tick, it should be removed!
While ear infections are most common in spring and fall, they can occur at any time. It is also one of the most common reasons for pets to be brought into the clinic!
Dog and cat nails are different from ours. Here are some of the top questions about pet nails we receive on a daily basis.
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