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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

Oral Health

February is National Pet Dental Month! Periodontal disease is the most common health issue for cats and dogs, affecting 85 percent of pets over age three. It causes chronic pain and Read More

Drug-Free Relief

How Therapy Laser Can Help Your Pet Read More

Get to the Point

The benefits of acupuncture and your pet. Read More

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