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Should I Treat My Pet for Fleas and Ticks Year-Round?

January 08, 2014

“You Hoser!”  “You Knob!” These are just a couple of quotable lines by Bob and Doug McKenzie of “The Great White North.” Currently it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere and many areas are indeed white, though not all. So, is it safe to stop utilizing flea and tick preventatives on our pets during this season? The farther north you go, it might be reasonable to…  

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The Leash You Can Do for Your Dog: Dog Walks

January 07, 2014

Walking the dog is more than just a yo-yo trick! Sometimes it’s a necessity, particularly if you live in the city and don’t have a yard. Sometimes it’s just for fun or to go out and get a little fresh air. A walk with your dog can also be a bonding experience — and not just for you and the dog, but for the whole family….  

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Why is My Pet Scratching?

November 13, 2013

In veterinary practice every day we see a variety of problems presented to us about your pets. One of the more common problems or complaints we hear about is, “Doc, why is my dog scratching? I don’t see any fleas and besides, I have given Muffy a flea bath and applied some of that topical stuff…but she still itches!” While fleas can cause the “itchies”…  

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Sergeant’s Announces Support of Life-Changing Program: Rescue Waggin’

July 26, 2013

Have you ever found yourself wondering what happens to homeless pets brought to already full shelters? Those pets who don’t have a fair chance at getting adopted? The reality is that shelters across North America, with their limited space and finite resources, are forced to euthanize adoptable dogs and cats every day. Through PetSmart Charities’ Rescue Waggin’ Program, homeless pets like Noah (who was recently…  

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