Pet Care Tips

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Preparing Your Pet for an Emergency

Every year we are reminded of the potential devastation that a tornado, fire, flood, or other disaster can cause to a home or community and why every family should have a disaster preparedness plan. It’s essential that your pet be a part of that plan too. Among other tips, the American Red Cross suggests that […]

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Ring in the New Year with Resolutions for Your Pets!

Tis the season for new beginnings and new resolutions. Because we all want our pets to live their longest life possible, we have a few suggestions to improve your pet’s lifestyle: Be sure your pet is current on vaccinations to prevent illness and keep your pet healthy. Check out our 2017 clinic dates for high […]

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How to Live with Allergies and Your Pets

There is nothing worse than bringing your new pet home only to find out you or a family member is allergic to him or her.  If the symptoms are mild such as itchy eyes, stuffy or runny nose and not severe allergic reactions that are cause for immediate medical treatment, then don’t give up!  There may […]

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The Positive Power of Pets for Older Adults

Animals make great friends. They enrich our lives with their unconditional love and companionship, energize our walks, lift our spirits, and studies show that they are good for our health! This is especially true for older adults and the elderly, who live either by themselves or in group facilities. More and more research confirms that pets […]

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