All About Kidney Disease in Cats

  Did you know? In felines aged 14 years or older, kidney disease in cats is the most common cause of death. It can begin years earlier, as young as 6 years, and progress very gradually. This health risk is the biggest reason your veterinarian recommends yearly blood work for your feline friend. If the…

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5 Must-Do Safety Tips for a Dog-Friendly Easter

  Chocolate Bunnies, Ham, and Photos Too? Oh My! Although Easter is often a more low-key holiday than Christmas, there are still plenty of hazards for dogs that responsible pet owners need to be aware of. Here is a basketful of helpful reminders to help everyone enjoy a safe and happy holiday. 1. Keep Easter…

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Pet Problems 101: Stressed for the Holidays

It’s that time of year, So be of good cheer! Do you ever wonder how your pets feel around the hectic holidays? You’re running around, busy with shopping, cooking, cleaning, and decorating. In some households, the human numbers increase until the house can be bursting at the seams. As much as we love our pets,…

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Do Pets Make Good Gifts?

Yes or No: Do Pets Make Good Gifts for the Holidays? With the Christmas season coming, some people prepare great surprises for their loved ones. You may have an elderly relative who has lost their partner or is living alone. Maybe a child in the household has been asking for a pet for years, and promises…

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Breeding your Dog: 5 Things to Consider

That sweet puppy you got last spring has grown up into a young adult. Your vet advises you to spay or neuter them around 6 months, on average. But you’ve been putting it off, because you’re trying to decide if you want to breed them, right? There can be a number of reasons involved in…

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