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Discovering Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Dogs

Heartworm. It's more than just a buzzword you hear at your vet's office; it's a condition that could impact your dog's health and happiness for the rest of their lives. Every dog, from the tiniest Chihuahua to the towering Great Dane, is at risk of heartworm disease. Geography plays a role, with areas having high mosquito popula...

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A Veterinarian’s Breakdown of Cat Heartworm

Cats

As veterinarians, we see a wide range of health concerns in our feline friends. One potential threat often overlooked by cat owners is heartworm disease. While less common in cats than dogs, heartworm infection still poses a serious health risk. Understanding the prevalence of this disease in cats, along with the importance of p...

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Senior Dog Care: A Focus on Silver Snouts and Aging Dog Wellness

Dogs

As our loyal companions enter their golden years, their care needs evolve, and as a dedicated veterinarian, I'm here to guide you through this journey. Aging is a natural process, and with it comes changes that may affect your dog's health, behavior, and overall quality of life. But fear not, with the right support and care, you...

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10 Cat Breeds That Make Perfect Pets

Cats

Every family is unique, and when it comes to finding the perfect pet, there's no one-size-fits-all solution. Whether you’re looking for a playful kitty to entertain the kids, a loyal companion to snuggle up with, or an elegant feline to grace your home with beauty and charm, there's a cat breed out there that’s just right for yo...

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Don’t Let Kennel Cough Cause Summer Boarding Blues!

Dogs

Summer’s here! While you’re lounging on a beach or exploring a new city, your furry friend might be having their own adventure at a boarding facility. Boarding is a fantastic option for keeping your dog happy and safe while you’re away. However, one thing can put a damper on their fun: kennel cough.

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4 Ways to Spend the 4th of July with Your Furry Friends

Dogs

When it comes to the 4th of July, most resources available online are geared toward pet safety, and with good reason. This fun summer holiday can present a number of risks and dangers for dogs of all breeds, sizes, and ages. But the 4th of July doesn’t haven’t to be all doom and gloom for pet owners. In fact, there are a number ...

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