Monthly Archives: February 2017

Don’t forget, dental month is almost over

As we close the dental month during February, we will give you one last chance to take advantage of our $25 off your dental cleaning for felines or canines.  Get your dental booked before March 1 and we will still honor the $25 off even if it is not until March.  But it must be […]

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Prevention is the key to your dog’s health

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Feline poisons

There are many hazards to watch out for if you have a feline.  These include your medicine cabinet such as NSAIDS (tylenol, advil, alieve) and antidepressents.  Felines cannot metabolize these products. If you are multi-pet household, always double check your flea treatments.  Your feline cannot break down the flea treatment in the k9 products.  So […]

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Feline needs

Just as we talked previously about getting a puppy as a gift, you may have gotten a kitten as gift.  Felines need just as much if not more to adjust to a new home as a canine.  They can be much more particular than dogs.  They need to have a safe environment where they know […]

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Dental facts for your feline

Kittens have 26 teeth, while the adult feline has 30 teeth. By age 3, felines can show signs of periodontal disease. Just as was stated in dental facts for canines, felines benefit from hard kibble rather than wet canned foods.  The hard kibble helps naturally knock off the tarter from their teeth. Brushing your felines […]

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Puppies and Kittens needs vaccinations!

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Happy Valentine’s Day

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Dental facts about your dog

The first set of puppy teeth are called deciduous, which fall out over the course of their first year to make room for the adult teeth.  Canines have a set of 42 adult teeth. Hard kibble is ideal for your canine to help naturally knock the tarter off their teeth.  Canned kibble can be a […]

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Wellness exams are good to do this time of year

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Start your new puppy off right with dental care at home

One of the best things you can do when training your new puppy is also dental care training.  Get your puppy used to letting you put your fingers in his mouth with biting hard on your fingers.  It is natural for them to want to bite, but get them used to you moving your fingers […]

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