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With Easter around the corner, we see the increase of plants coming into our homes and we may be unaware of the toxicity they bring.
We all want our house to smell lovely. Is this new fad of using essential oils in everything from recipes to wall diffusers safe for our pets?
Today, ticks are an increasing concern for our pets as they are becoming more prevalent in both urban and rural areas. Ticks can transmit many diseases to our pets.
A dental procedure, which includes a comprehensive oral exam, probing, scaling and polishing of the teeth, and dental radiographs, maintains the dental health of your animal.
There is a lot of misconception when it comes to dressing your pets for winter. Cold weather can have negative health effects, and it is important to consider these tips.
You may have noticed the gum line around your cat’s teeth are red or inflamed looking, this is known as gingivitis.
There are a few things to take into consideration when picking out Christmas gifts for your furry friends.
Constipation is a result of an abnormal accumulation of feces in the colon causing difficult and irregular bowel movements.
Along with the many joys of the holidays, comes the added risk of toxin exposure for our furry friends.
The holidays can be a very happy time filled with wonderful food and time spent with family and friends.
A foreign body refers to a non-digestible (non-food) object lodged in the gastrointestinal tract.
For the next couple of months, we will be focusing on our senior pets. If you are thinking about adopting a new furry friend, here are 4 reasons why you should!
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