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April is Heartworm Month

April is Heartworm month! If your dog is not on heartworm preventative, please call to set up an appointment.  Information on heartworm can be found at: https://www.heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources

PET DENTAL MONTH INCENTIVE

PET DENTAL MONTH INCENTIVE As an incentive for pet dental health month we will be offering $25 off any dental procedure performed in February and March. Your pet’s mouth is very important. We do a dental check up at all Read more

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Bland diets for vomiting and diarrhea

With the holidays approaching we all can over do it on holiday food. We recommend not giving table food to your pets as it is easy for it to cause stomach and intestinal upset. Please also tell your guests that Read more

Toxic Holiday Plants

As the holidays draw near everyone likes to bring festive holiday plants into our homes. However many of these plants can be dangerous to your pets. Holly plants can cause severe vomiting and diarrhea. Mistletoe can cause vomiting and diarrhea, Read more

Don’t feed raisins or grapes!

Recent research has shown both raisins and grapes can be toxic to dogs. They seem to cause kidney failure. Signs of kidney failure include vomiting, not eating, weight loss, drinking more and urinating more. Keep grapes and raisins out of Read more

Diabetes in pets

Diabetes is a disease seen in dogs and cats. The disease results in a high blood sugar that is not controlled by the pet's own insulin. Clinical signs include drinking more, urinating more, eating more and weight loss.  Once the Read more

Rabies in your backyard

Rabies vaccinations are important to keep your pets safe. By keeping pets safe, vaccines keep your family protected from the spread of Rabies as well.  Many people think that rabid animals are only found in rural areas but this is Read more

Heartworm prevention in the winter

Even though the weather is getting colder, it is important to continue to give Heartworm prevention every month. Heartworm is transmitted by a mosquito bite. The season that mosquitos live outside has been extended due to the warmer falls and Read more

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