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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. Prepare an emergency kit that includes your pet's needs in case of severe weather or prolonged pwoer 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...

Halloween Hazards – What to look out for this Holiday Halloween is a fun time of year with the dazzling array of costumes, trick-or-treaters trekking door to door around neighborhoods collecting more candy than they will ever eat, scarecrows, skeletons, haunted houses, and much more! While it might be you or your children’s favorite holiday, your pets might think otherwise about these spooky surprises. Read on for tips and tricks to keep Halloween fun for your pets too! Trick or Treat! – While many of us would choose “treat” in this...

Bing, Bang, Boom! It’s that time of year again. That’s right-FIREWORKS! July comes in with an explosion of dazzling lights that is sure to bring out your Patriotic spirit as well as that twinkle in your eye. Now, go ahead, cue the ooh’s and aww’s. But it’s no secret, dogs HATE fireworks-well at least some dogs anyways. Yet, if you are the owner of one of those “some,” then you have experienced the shaking, panting, puddle that was once your best friend.   But what in the world can you do? Here is...

Heartworms are a parasitic worm that lives within the heart and blood vessels of the lungs. If they live to this stage of life, they can cause severe problems for your pet. However, there is a simple way to decrease the chance of this happening: using a preventative medication regularly. The heartworm can infect your pet when they are bitten by a mosquito. This leads many pet owners to believe that they can skip a few of the colder months, only giving the prevention when they think there are mosquitos outside,...

Leptospirosis (Lepto) is a disease caused by Leptospira bacteria that can affect both animals and humans. In fact, it is currently the most common zoonotic disease in the world, that can be transmitted from animals to people. How does one get the Lepto virus & how does it spread? Leptospirosis is carried by wildlife such as rats, raccoons, opossums, skunks, squirrels, and deer and is found in places where they may urinate, including lakes, streams, puddles, or soil in your backyard. But this doesn’t mean that only dogs that swim in lakes...

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