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Pet Wellness Month

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  October is National Pet Wellness Month – a  campaign sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association that aims to bring awareness to regular pet wellness checks. Here are a few ways you can give your dog or cat a happier and healthier life.   Twice-A-Year Exams Wellness Exams enhance the quality of life for your pet…

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DIY Pet First Aid Kit

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April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and as a pet parent, you can never be too prepared! A pet injury can be a scary event, and it is important to have the proper first aid supplies for emergencies or just the minor cuts and scrapes. The American Veterinary Medical Association provides great information for…

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Tips for a Pet-Friendly Garden

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As the snow begins to melt and the ground begins to thaw, it will once again be time to start working on our yards and gardens. While gardens are a beautiful addition to your outdoor space, they can also harbor dangerous toxins for your pet. Here are some tips to create a pet-safe garden this…

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Diabetes Awareness in Pets

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November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and we’d like to share fundamental information about diabetes in dogs and cats. The condition is very similar in pets and humans, and is believed to affect anywhere between 1 in 100 to 1 in 500 canines and felines. Over recent years, experts have seen a rise in pet…

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9 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

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While Halloween is a fun day to dress up and eat your fair share of candy, remember the holiday isn’t as fun for your pets!  When people are suddenly wearing weird masks, hats, and ringing the doorbell, Halloween can be stressful and confusing for dogs and cats. Here are a few tips to ensure your…

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