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  • Jul 02 2020

    FIREWORKS AND YOUR PET

    Summertime seems to really start with the Fourth of July holiday.  Everyone is celebrating, and that celebration usually involves fireworks.  While this celebration is always fun for humans, our pet…

  • Jun 02 2020

    HEAT RELATED ILLNESS – WHAT YOU NEED KNOW TO KEEP YOUR PET SAFE

         Summertime is rapidly approaching, and pet owners are going to spending more time outside with their pets.  One serious concern is that of heat exhaustion/heat stroke.  This is a…

  • Apr 14 2020

    Lyme Disease

    Q:  I found a few ticks on my dog today.  I know people can get diseases from ticks, but I wondered if dogs could? A:  Ticks are an almost ever…

  • Apr 04 2020

    April Q&A – EASTER IS QUICKLY APPROACHING.

    Easter is approaching and many pet owners will be celebrating the holiday.  We wanted to take this opportunity to discuss two common toxins that may accompany this holiday: chocolate and…

  • Mar 02 2020

    March Q&A – Canine Influenza. Does my dog need it?

    Q:  My veterinarian is requiring a flu vaccine for my dog prior to boarding him.  I didn’t know dogs could get the flu.  What exactly is it?  A:  Influenza virus…

  • Feb 13 2020

    February 2020 Q&A

    1) I took my pet to the vet for the ir routine physical exam.  The veterinarian noted that my pet had a moderate amount of tartar building up and recommended…