Jan 9

Help Your Pet Jump For Joy

How do you know if your dog or cat suffers from chronic pain? Is there anything you can do about it?

We love our pets as cherished family members. We do everything we can to keep them healthy and happy. Preventing pain is one of the greatest concerns for most pet owners....

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Dec 13

Traveling With Your Pet

The holidays are upon us and it's almost time for a well deserved vacation or weekend getaway! Trying to figure out if taking your pet on your getaway is possible? Here are some ideas and helpful hints if you decide to hit the road with your pet:

  • Be sure your pet has an i.d. tag...

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Views: 2286
Oct 22

Chocolate Toxicity

Chocolate contains a component called theobromine, which is toxic to dogs. The severity of your pet’s reaction is dependent on how much and what type of chocolate they eat.

 

The signs of chocolate toxicity include:

  • Hyper excitability
  • Restlessness
  • Vomiting
  • Hyper irritability
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Views: 1797
Aug 26

Crate Training

Getting a new puppy is an exciting time! As you welcome your new family member, you may also find that you have questions about caring for it. Proper nutrition, housebreaking techniques and parasite management are all issues that you'll need to address. But don't worry, we are here...

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Views: 1993
Jul 26

Itchy Skin - What Can It Be?

This is the time of year that many pets scratch, lick, and chew more than ever. Although there are many reasons for an itchy pet, allergies are the most common cause of seasonal itching.

Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is caused by an allergic reaction to flea saliva. When a flea...

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Views: 1622