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What You Should Know About Microchips

What You Should Know About Microchips

Microchips are a common way to identify and track pets, but many people don't understand how they work. In this post, we'll explain how microchips work and what you need to do to make sure your pet is chipped.  Step 1: A microchip is inserted just under your pet's...

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Common Waterborne Pet Parasites

Common Waterborne Pet Parasites

4 Waterborne Illnesses Your Pet Can Contract from Swimming Summertime may mean your furry pal is splashing in and out of water all season long. While the refreshing water is a great way to cool off, it also can harbor a variety of pet parasites and pathogens that can...

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4 End-of-Life Care Options For Your Pet

4 End-of-Life Care Options For Your Pet

Planning Your Pet’s End-of-Life Care Although no pet owner wants to think about life without their pet, eventually a decision must be made about what to do for your pet’s end-of-life care. In many cases, such as with chronic health problems or terminal conditions, you...

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Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer in Pets: What You Need to Know Despite incredible advancements in veterinary medicine, veterinary professionals are seeing more cancer in pets than ever before, which might be due in part to our furry companions’ longer lives. Overall, the American Veterinary...

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3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

3 Signs of an Anxious Cat

3 Signs of an Anxious Cat   As highly sensitive creatures, cats don't react well to change. Whether the disruption is minor, such as moving clocks ahead an hour and changing a routine, or major, such as moving to a new home, these things can lead to an anxious...

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