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Pet Dental Problem Symptoms

Your pet’s teeth should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.

Have your pet’s teeth checked sooner if you observe any of the following problems:

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Choosing a Pet Rabbit

There are more than four dozen recognized breeds of domestic rabbits, which vary in size, color, fur type, body type and ear type. Weight can range from about two pounds to more than 20 pounds. Many breeds are very striking in appearance, and they attract buyers with their good looks. As with other species, however, the mixed breed often has a kind of offbeat appeal, and what breeders see as faults can add charm and distinctiveness.

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Therapy Dogs Help Cancer Patients

Patients undergoing radiation treatment and chemotherapy for cancer tended to have better emotional and social well-being when they interacted with therapy dogs prior to their
treatments, according to a study in the Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology.
The side effects of treatment were serious, but at least one patient who might
otherwise have stopped the treatment kept coming for the dog, according to one

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Pet Dental Packages

Poor oral hygiene can lead to a variety of serious pet dental and medical problems, including:

  • pain
  • infection
  • tooth and/or bone loss
  • gum disease
  • heart disease
  • kidney and/or liver failure

All Dental Packages include:

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Pet Dental

February is Pet Dental Month.  Throughout the month we will be sharing news, pictures and educational tips for how to take care of your pet's teeth. Most pet dental disease occurs below the gumline where it can't easily be seen which is why it is also important to have your pet's teeth checked by a veterinarian.  We will also be extending discounts off of our already low priced dental care for the month.

 

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A Cold Weather Message from the AVMA

A Cold Weather Message from the AVMA: Cats and dogs should be kept inside during cold weather. It’s a common belief that dogs and cats are resistant than people to cold weather because of their fur, but it’s untrue. Like people, cats and dogs are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia and should be kept inside. Longer-haired and thick-coated dog breeds, such as huskies and other dogs bred for colder climates, are more tolerant of cold weather; but no pet should be left outside for long periods of time in below-freezing weather.
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Questions and Answers about Ebola and Pets

The ongoing epidemic of Ebola in West Africa(http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/2014-west-africa/index.html) has raised several questions about how the disease affects the animal population, and in particular, the risk to household pets.While the available information suggests the virus may be found in several kinds of animals, CDC, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the American Veterinary Medical Association do not believe that pets are at significant risk for Ebola in the United States.

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Pet New Year Resolution

If you plan to make weight loss and health a new year's resolution for yourself, why don't you also do it for your pet?!

AVMA's pet weight-loss tips:

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