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As a pet owner, you should ensure your furry friend is healthy and happy. One of the most overlooked aspects of their health is dental hygiene.
There are many different services well-trained service dogs can provide. They can detect a blood sugar irregularity in a person with diabetes, alert to a seizure, and provide emotional support to people with post-traumatic stress disorder. However, guide dogs are the most well-known service animals.
No one wants to think about a beloved pet getting lost or running away, but it happens quite frequently. One of the best ways to increase your chances of finding your pet is by making sure he or she wears a pet ID at all times. In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of pet identification, April 9-15th is National Pet ID Week. Check out these tips to help keep your pet safe.
Discomfort, pain and illness are common sources of distress in dogs that can make them more likely to bite. To prevent dog bites, maintain regular vet check-ups to keep your pooch healthy and happy. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!
Fleas and ticks are more than just a nuisance. These insects can harbor serious illnesses and transmit them to their hosts, including your beloved family dog. Certain ticks can carry Lyme disease, a serious illness that can be very dangerous without treatment. Fortunately, most cases are treatable and preventable with the right approach.
April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, and it's a good time to look at what you can do to prevent animal cruelty. Whether you are an avowed animal lover or just have a pet, you can do your part to help prevent animals from being abused or neglected.
It's not only humans who can benefit from quick thinking during a crisis. April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and it's the perfect time to learn more about the actions and techniques that just might save your pet's life. If you aren't up to date on what to do during a pet emergency, these tips can help.
Every pet owner should ensure their furry friend is in good health and is living a happy life. Part of doing so may entail taking X-rays. An X-ray helps diagnose different conditions, including tumors, fractures, or foreign bodies.
When pets ingest something that they shouldn't, the consequences can be serious or even fatal. Every third week in March marks National Poison Prevention Week, a week of recognition to raise awareness about poison hazards and educate pet lovers about what they should do to keep their four-legged family members safe.