Month: August 2018


Osteoarthritis is the process of joint cartilage  degeneration. It is the most common joint disorder in dogs It is progressive Chronic Inflammatory It starts as lameness, limping upon exertion, pain and then leads to a more sedentary lifestyle for your pet because you don’t want to stress them and cause more pain. If not addressed […]

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Senior Pets Month: Part two

So what are some keys to making sure my senior pet has the best care possible? Weight reduction or normal weight.  Just like in humans, most pets are carrying extra weight.  For your pets this can lead to joint damage, premature arthritis, organ damage and diabetes and thyroid issues. Annual blood testing.  Dr. Flanders is […]

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Chewing on plants

Dangling leaves aside (which, let’s be honest, are just fun for your cat to chomp at), some cats chew plants because they find comfort in the act, or as a way to get your attention. Of course too much of a good thing can be … well … bad.  Bad for the plants and your […]

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