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Our Pets are part of the family.

We’ve all read those stories of pets rescuing people who are drowning, the person to had a seizure and the dog alerted the family, even a pet pig that ran in front of a car to get the person to follow him to his owner who was having chest pains. Pets are not only a […]

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Summertime means vacation

Now that most schools are out for the summer, many of us are planning our summer vacations.  That might mean a few day trips or a week or two away.  Always good to refresh what are some great tips for your pets.  Your pets don’t know what vacation is, so make sure you plan accordingly. […]

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Forecast for Heartworm and Lyme disease

Over the past 5 years, the incidence of heartworm positive canines has increased 20%.  It looks like 2018 will be no lower.  This year we saw very hot weather in May which is perfect breeding ground for mosquitos and consequently heartworm disease.  So what can you do about it for your dogs? Use prevention.  I […]

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Happy Saturday!

Relax and sleep in…It’s Saturday. We are taking a day off as well.  If you need veterinary assistance  through the weekend, please refer to our emergency phone numbers page for assistance. See you Monday 9-6

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Dog Behavior

Did you know your dog is most times mimicking you!  How you react shapes your dog’s emotional response to people and objects.  That neighbor you don’t like, your dog doesn’t either.  They learn what you like and who or what you approve of.  They are reading your emotion on the face and the sound of […]

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Tips for getting a good start with your new kitten

We get many calls this time of year for questions regarding a new kitten in your home.  Following these simple tips can make the start much easier and hopefully ward off potential problems later on. Start early trimming nails at home.  The sooner you start trimming nails the better it will go. We find simple […]

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Antifreeze is also dangerous in the summer

Many of us just think of winter time to be worried about antifreeze and pets…but summertime is a time to be vigilant as well.  Cars leak antifreeze this time of year due to air conditioners running and hot dogs can think it is a cool drink of water.  Make sure you carry bottled water in […]

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Your Cat’s Whiskers

Your kitty’s whiskers are much more than just fur or hair.  Let’s explore why they are so important to your kitty’s emotional and physical well being. They are basically sensors.  They help kitty know where she is in different surroundings.  They feel and sense things before she does.  They actually have nerves in them, which […]

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Probiotics for our pets

Many of us believe our pets deserve as healthy a lifestyle as we ourselves do.  Keeping us with the latest trends helps us direct you better.  Some of you may have had Dr. Flanders advise you on a good brand of pet food, or even suggest some foods we eat to help your pet.  Some […]

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Safe plants in your garden for kitty to eat or play with!

These are all plants your kitty may want to munch on or play with.  They are safe for kitty.  So don’t panic and call.

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