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Pet Obesity Is on the Rise! Know the Risks of those Extra Pounds

Pet Obesity has become critical in the U.S with the latest reports showing an increase for seven straight years. Studies conducted last year found that 56% of dogs and 60% Read More

Heartworm Disease; Know the Facts

Keep your pet on prevention all year round. Read More

Know the Facts: Microchipping your Pet

The most important thing to know about micro-chipping your pet is that it's your best chance of having them returned to you if they are lost. Read More

Did You Know? Ticks Are More Than A Nuisance

Ticks can do much more than just irritate your pet. These parasites can pose serious health risks for you and your pet. Read More

A Silent Sickness; Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a common, potentially fatal feline disease. Read More

Is Your Dog Thankful? New Studies Reveal Canine Emotions

A wave of new research on the canine brain over the past decade has given us a greater understanding of what dogs think and feel. Read More

Kennel Cough; The Symptoms and Treatment of Bordetellosis

Canine Bordetellosis is a common and highly contagious respiratory disease caused by various viruses and/or bacteria that work alone or in combination to infect our canine companions. Read More

Why Smart Pet Owners Spay and Neuter!

The Humane Society estimates that there are more than 3 million homeless pets in the U.S., and almost - 2.7 million - are euthanized each year. Read More

Girl Talk; Pyometra In Dogs and Cats

Pyometra can happen to female cats or dogs at any age but is most common in un-spayed fur-gals who have never had a litter. Usually occurring a few weeks after a heat cycle, hormones cause the lining of the uterus to thicken and form cysts, which sets up a breeding ground for infection. Read More

Feline Cystitis: Does Your Cat Have Symptoms?

Feline cystitis is a common condition in cats and bouts can return throughout their lifetimes. This inflammation of a cat's urinary bladder can be caused by infection, stones, and crystals in the bladder. It can also be brought on by stress. Cystitis is a painful condition and can be fatal. See us right away if your cat has symptoms. Read More

Is it love? The Canine-Human Bond

Human history with dogs began at least 10,000 years ago. The relationship benefitted both species. Early humans found that dogs served as alarm systems, helped track and catch prey, could keep them warm, and could guard and entertain human children. The tradeoff is that people provide food and shelter for their canine companions. However, scientists have now found that the bond goes much deeper than these obvious mutual benefits. Read More

Kitty Care: 6 Health Problems of Older Cats

Cats are considered elderly at 10 years old, and it's important to be especially vigilant about your senior cat's health. Read More

"Top 10" Signs of Heart Disease, Symptoms to Look for in Your Pet

Heart disease is a common problem with our pets. Watch for the signs: Read More

Could My Dog Have Alzheimer's? Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

Aging dogs can develop canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS), a degenerative brain disease similar to Alzheimer's in humans. As with our human loved ones, it can be heartbreaking to see these changes take place in pets we have lived with for many years. Read More

When Your Cat Won't Eat: Understanding Feline Anorexia

Cats are known to be finicky creatures so you might not feel too alarmed when your cat suddenly won't eat. Since they tend to hide illness, however, this is a symptom that warrants your attention. The problem may be as simple as a change in the formulation of his food, or it could be a sign of a serious illness. Read More

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