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Keeping Your Dog Cool This Summer

During these hot months, it is important to know that dog is at risk for things like heat stroke and paw pad burns.

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Cognitive Dysfunction

Cognitive dysfunction is quite prevalent in our senior pets and often goes unnoticed.

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What Is a Zoonotic Disease?

While animals provide many benefits to humans such as friendship, entertainment, meat, dairy, etc.

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Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pet

Halloween can be an enjoyable time of year – there are interesting costumes, spooky decorations, parties at school and work, and free candy for children! Do keep in mind that all of these things are not part of your pet’s usual routine and can be upsetting for them and sometimes harmful.

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How Do I Know If My Pet Is a Good Weight?

In veterinary medicine, we do not deem a pet healthy based on their weight, due to the various breeds that differ in body shape and size. It would be unfair to compare a Boston Terrier to a Cocker Spaniel based on weight, as they are similar in size, but their body types are completely different.

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Addressing Recent FDA Reports About Heartworm/Flea/Tick Medications

We have heard a lot of concerns in the past few months about some of flea and tick products that fall into the “isoxazoline class” such as Nexgard, Bravecto, Simparica, and Credelio.

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