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Your dog’s sense of smell is 10,000 to 100,000 times as acute as your own. They have 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses. These two facts allow them to smell such minute amounts of cancer, drugs etc on us. This is how they find a lost child by smelling their clothes, they track the […]

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Working at home with your pets!

Has anyone noticed all the unique ways people are incorporating animals into every aspect of their lives. For example, who ever thought people would pay money to work out with goats!?! But their are countless studies proving that time with animals is a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. Thanks to the pandemic, many […]

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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. Did you know that not just warmer […]

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March Pet Tips

March is one of those months similar to end of October and early November.  The weather can change in a matter of hours from cold to hot and vice versa.   This is the time when pets can suffer from a variety of problems including hot spots, allergies and dry cracked pads.   My border […]

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Pet Poison Month: Cleaners

Each of these cleaners are cause for concern with inhalation, skin contact, and ingestion hazards to your pets. For skin contact, wash your pets paws with soap and water as soon as you realize they have had contact with the cleaners. Bleach can burn the skin and when swallowed can burn internally. For inhalation exposure, […]

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