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Cold Weather Tips for Your Dog and Cat

December 19, 2013

In a recent piece for our blog, I wrote about some of the cold-weather hazards that are out there like antifreeze and cold temperatures.  I thought in this one, I could share some tips that I have learned over the years to help your pets handle the winter months. As a veterinarian, I have seen some of the harm that can come from cold weather,…  

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A Vet’s Advice: Traveling With Your Pet

December 11, 2013

The holidays can be a stressful time, especially when you’re traveling. If you plan to bring your pet along with you, I’ve complied a small list of tips so you can be prepared for anything. It might even make things a bit easier. So sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Some basic preparations when traveling with your pet would include having your pet properly identified. Microchips…  

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Chilly Weather: Winter Pet Care Pointers

December 09, 2013

If you’re like me, in your head it’s still summer. Each new passing month is met with “November…really? December? C’mon, isn’t it still June? Let’s go camping!” Sadly, no. Winter is upon us and, all self deceits to the contrary, so are the usual winter pet hazards. People love the warm weather and so do our pets. Winter comes with a host of hazards to…  

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Purrfect Presents: 5 Ways to Spoil Your Favorite Feline

December 05, 2013

There’s no doubt that we love to spoil our pets during the holiday season! There’s no shortage of wonderfully themed holiday merchandise along with many perennial favorites. But let’s be honest, our fur kids don’t exactly understand the holidays. But, we know that gifting them makes us feel good, which strengthens our human-animal bond. There’s no question that life is better with our pets! Why not get them a…  

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