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How Pet Microchips Work

How Pet Microchips Work

If you've been on the fence about having your pet microchipped, it might help ease your mind to understand how microchips work. While they do not provide GPS tracking capabilities, they do offer a permanent means of identification for your furry pal. Read on to learn...

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Learn How Pet Vaccines Protect Your Pet From Disease

Learn How Pet Vaccines Protect Your Pet From Disease

Although you know your pet needs vaccinations yearly, you may not fully understand what they protect against, how they work, and which ones are necessary. Our team answers these common questions about pet vaccinations to clear up any confusion. Question: How do...

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Common Waterborne Pet Parasites

Common Waterborne Pet Parasites

Summertime means swimming time for humans, but what about our furry friends? Pets can contract waterborne illnesses from swimming in contaminated water sources, just like humans. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the most common waterborne illnesses pets can...

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Learn to Prevent Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Your Cat

Learn to Prevent Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Your Cat

If you're a pet owner, you should be aware of Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC), a cancer that can occur in cats. While it is not common, it is important to know the symptoms and treatment options in case your cat develops this disease. In this blog post, we will discuss...

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How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home

How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home

How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home When you bring a new cat into your home, you can do a few things to help them feel comfortable and at ease. Whether your cat is coming from a shelter or another home, here are three ways to help them adjust:  #1:...

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5 Boating and Lake Safety Tips for Your Pets This Summer

5 Boating and Lake Safety Tips for Your Pets This Summer

Summertime is the perfect time to get out on the water and enjoy some activities with your pet. But before you hit the open lake, make sure you are aware of the dangers that come along with boating and waterways. In this post, we will discuss some tips for keeping...

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What You Need to Know About Cancer in Pets

What You Need to Know About Cancer in Pets

Cancer in Pets: What You Need to Know Despite incredible advancements in veterinary medicine, veterinary professionals are seeing more cancer in pets than ever before, which might be due in part to our furry companions’ longer lives. Overall, the American Veterinary...

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Learn About Your Pets Springtime Skin Allergies

Learn About Your Pets Springtime Skin Allergies

April Showers Bring… Spring Skin Allergies in Pets As spring brings warmer weather and new growth, it also brings something more threatening—pollen. This yellow substance triggers irritating allergies in people and pets alike and can cause a wide variety of signs in...

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How to Prevent Hairball

How to Prevent Hairball

April 29: The Day Dedicated to Hairballs Did you know there is a day dedicated to hairballs? As a cat owner, you likely don’t need a special day to draw attention to your cat’s hairballs, but April 29 is National Hairball Awareness Day. Let’s take a closer look at why...

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How to Tell If You Have an Anxious Cat

How to Tell If You Have an Anxious Cat

Is Your Cat Stressed Out? 3 Signs of a Seriously Anxious Cat Cats are highly sensitive creatures, which means they don’t react well to change. Whether the disruption is minor, such as moving clocks ahead an hour and changing a routine or major, such as moving to a new...

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