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Anxiety in Dogs

Anxiety in Dogs

Can you tell when your dog is anxious? In honor of Dog Anxiety Awareness Week—May 2 to 8—we want to help you learn how to spot potential anxiety signs in your dog. This way, you can help them get the support they need.    Anxiety signs in dogs Anxiety signs in dogs...

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Pet Heartworm Disease Myths

Pet Heartworm Disease Myths

This month is National Heartworm Awareness Month! Our team is debunking common heartworm myths to help pet owners understand the importance of year-round prevention.    Myth: Heartworm disease is not a serious concern Truth: Heartworm disease can be fatal if left...

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Cleaning Your Pet’s Ears

Cleaning Your Pet’s Ears

At some point. your pet will likely need their ears cleaned. If your pet is an allergy sufferer, they will most likely need their ears cleaned at least once a week to stave off allergy-related ear infections. Follow these steps below to make cleaning your pet’s ears a...

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Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

Persistent Deciduous Teeth Problems in Pets

If your pet's baby teeth haven’t fallen out, this can cause problems with your pet’s permanent dentition and can harm their oral health. This dental issue usually occurs in small-breed and flat-faced dogs, but rarely in cats. In these pets, the upper canines are most...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let’s explain the procedure,...

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Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

Your pet could be "bugged" with parasites known as zoonotic parasites. Some pets are born with intestinal worms (which are transmitted from their mother while in utero or through milk), and they can pick up parasites in their environment. Intestinal parasites also can...

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How to Help Your Shelter or Rescue Pet Feel at Home

How to Help Your Shelter or Rescue Pet Feel at Home

Welcoming a shelter or rescue pet to your family is an exciting time! But have you considered how much your new furry pal will need to adjust during the first few months? Check out these rules of three to help with the transition for both you and your pet.  The first...

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Sun**: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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** Sunday hours are for boarding drop-off and pick-up and medication pick-up only