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How To Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Getting started on a brushing and regular cleaning program not only assures that your pet’s mouth and teeth will remain in excellent condition,...

What Does My Cat’s Aggression Mean?

Have you ebeen petting your cat when she seems to suddenly turn on you, transforming from purring and sweet to evil and attacking? Cats can be mysterious creatures, and many owners of cats become frustrated with their seemingly erratic or aggressive behavior. But, the...

What You Need to Know About Heartworm

Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal infection caused by heartworms, a type of roundworm, that live in the heart, lungs and surrounding blood vessels of affected animals. Although it can be successfully treated, a heartworm infection can cause lifelong damage to...

Trash Can Dangers For Your Pets

Pet owners often go to great lengths to feed dogs and cats healthy foods. But despite a proper portion size and the right food choice, many pets still enjoy digging through the trash for extra morsels. Whether pets are acting out of boredom or are simply scavaging for...

Does Your Pet Have Allergies?

If you’ve ever suffered from allergies, you know how irritating (in more ways than one!) the symptoms can be. But we aren’t the only species than can experience the wide array of unpleasant reactions to various allergens; our pets can suffer many of those same...

5 Tips to Keep Your Pet Healthy this Spring

April showers bring May flowers - and some potential health hazards for our pets. As winter fades, you should keep in mind some potential pet health dangers that come along with the warmer temperatures. Here are five great ways to keep your pets healthy and happy this...

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