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27 Mar Pet First Aid

Most of us have first aid kits in our homes; stocked with adhesive bandages, gauze, antibiotic ointment, pain relievers, etc..  but when it comes to our pets and injuries, are you prepared?  Ready made kits are available for purchase, but if you prefer to make your own below are a few suggestions. What should you have in your pet first aid kit? Contact numbers and paperwork:  Veterinarian phone number, 24 hour emergency clinic, poison control hotline (24/7 ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER: (855) 764-7661) copies of vaccines and any other medical records,...

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05 Feb National Dog Biscuit Day

Do you love to bake? If yes, then know that there are various healthy treats that you can bake for your furry friends.  Though your humans might get jealous.  When you bake for your pets, you control the ingredients that you use, and know exactly what your pet is eating. So are your ready to get your baking on?  Celebrate "National Dog Biscuit Day" and share the love with your fur babies!  We have included a list of fruits and vegetables that dogs can and cannot eat for your reference.   Remember...

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04 Feb How to Find the Right Veterinarian

Are you looking for a Veterinarian? For many of us, our four-legged (or no legged) companions are just as important to us as any member of our family. We take the time to insure they are well fed, groomed elegantly, and have happy, fulfilled lives. For any first time pet owner, or newly relocated owner, finding a fantastic veterinarian is essential. Veterinarians are highly trained individuals that provide medical attention to a wide variety of animals. Some veterinarians specialize in a particular type of animal like dogs or cats while others may...

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04 Feb February is National Pet Dental Month!

Tooth Talk “Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in cats and dogs even though it's completely preventable“ - AVMA Oral hygiene is something we care about for our-selves and our children, but what about our furry companions? In this issue we will be covering topics around dental hygiene and discussing some common questions about our pets’ pearly whites. Trivia Time! Test your knowledge about your pet’s teeth! Q1: How many teeth do adult dogs and cats have? Q2: How many dogs and cats have dental disease? [Answers on the bottom of page] What is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal disease...

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11 Dec Cold Weather Tips

Here are a few tips on how you can keep your pet safe during the cold winter season. ALWAYS BE PREPARED:   Talk to your veterinarian about your pet’s risks in cold weather. Prepare an emergency kit that includes your pet’s needs in case of severe weather or prolonged power outage. Click here for our disaster preparedness checklist. Play dress up!  If your dog has a short coat or seems bothered by cold, consider a sweater or dog coat.  Bonus they look fashionable. Care for their paws.  Just like humans, your pets skin...

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