Rainy day tips

Rainy day tips

With so much rain last week and more this week, your dogs may be going stir crazy.  Try some of these tips to help them out on rainy days. This is a good time for a new toy!  Especially interactive toys if you have a small home or apartment. A trip to the pet store […]

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Pet food safe handling

Did you know…even dry dog and cat food can spoil?  Some easy tips can prevent an upset stomach or worse in your pets. Always clean your plastic storage container for food between bags of food.  Don’t just add the new bag to the previous food left.  Then old food is continually at the bottom and […]

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Exercise your cats!

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Dehydration

Always a good reminder of how easily our pets can get dehydrated!

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Spring: Mulch, Fertilizers and Pesticides

Another spring danger comes with yard work.  If you have your yard sprayed, make sure you find out what fertilizers and pesticides are used and how safe they are for your pets.  There should be a minimum time your pet should NOT be on the grass. Mulch is another danger for your pet.  Cocoa mulch […]

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Warmer weather sometimes means anxiety for pets!

It finally feels like spring has arrived.  And with that means storms, thunder, lightening, tornadoes, tornado sirens, fireworks and then anxiety for your dogs and some cats.

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Flea Facts!

Fun (Gross) facts about fleas. Fleas can live more than 100 days without eating.  Their food is BLOOD. Fleas can’t fly.  They jump!  It may seem like they are flying, but just jumping, sometimes 200 times their length. A flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day.  That’s why an infestation happens so quickly. […]

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Heartworm refresher!

To stay in compliance with the American Heartworm Society guidelines and all pharmaceutical company policies we are requiring a yearly heartworm test to stay on heartworm prevention. Because of high rates of heartworm exposure dogs, we feel this is the best medicine we can provide for your pet.

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Heart worm and Flea preventatives

Spring is here & with the warmer weather comes mosquitoes, fleas and ticks.  Now is the time to test your pet for heartworm disease and start on a monthly prevention program.  Read below to learn more about the dangers of heartworm disease, fleas and ticks.  Call the office to schedule an appointment or use our […]

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Fact or Fiction?

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