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Prevention

4 Toxins to Avoid This Fall

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By Dr. Shanna Plitt, Veterinarian We wanted to share a few of the toxins out there this fall season that can prove harmful to your pet. Do your pets a favor and keep them away from the following four toxins! Rodent Control We see it every year. Mice and rats…

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4 Tips for Your Pet This Halloween

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By Dr. Colleen McCafferty, Chief of Staff & Veterinarian Halloween is a holiday that has become a favorite for many out there.  As a veterinarian, I can’t help but think about the horror movie that it can end up being for some pets! Check out these 4 tips to make…

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Fall is right around the corner, and so are ticks.

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By Dr. Ginny Jones, Veterinarian I am holding onto the dog days of Summer for as long as I can, but with Fall right around the corner I am starting to think about picking apples, picking pumpkins and unfortunately picking ticks. That’s right, ticks! Many people think Summer time is when ticks…

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Is your pet up-to-date? Vaccinate!

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By Dr. Shanna Plitt, Veterinarian August is Pet Immunization Month. Just like kids, dogs and cats should be vaccinated against dangerous viral and bacterial diseases. Protection should begin early, when your pet is a puppy or kitten, and should be supplemented with boosters annually as they become adults. Certain vaccines can be…

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