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Animal Shelter Appreciation Week

Last week was National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week. A big thank you to all the shelters, organizations, and rescues that help animals find their new fur-ever homes! Please consider supporting them in their endeavors by rescuing your next friend.

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Pet Diabetes

November is National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month.

If you didn’t know your dog or cat could develop diabetes, you’re not alone. Many owners don’t realize diabetes can affect pets too, so learning that your dog or cat has the condition can leave you with many questions.

While there’s no cure for diabetes, proper care can help your pet live a happy, healthy, active life. The more you know about diabetes, the better you’ll be able to work with your veterinarian to successfully manage your pet’s health.

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Pet Microchips and Halloween

Make sure your pet is properly identified (microchip, collar and ID tag) in case she/he escapes through the open door while you're distracted with trick-or-treaters.

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Xylitol, Chocolate and Pets

Please don't feed your pets candy during Halloween! They don't need it so it's better to be safe than sorry.  The AVMA strongly advises avoiding food with the two which often appear in candy

1.Xylitol-containing products (xylitol is an artificial sweetener often found in sugar-free candy and gum);

2.Chocolate

In the event that you pet does eat something that concerns you, please call us or the Pet Poison Hotline (they may charge a small fee for the call) at 800-213-6680

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Frisco Pet Obesity

New research, released by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), tells an alarming story. Veterinarians who assessed pets for the recent study recognized that more than half are overweight or obese. Cats carry the largest share of the obesity burden with 57.6 percent of the population recorded as overweight or obese. The dog population is close behind, with 52.6 percent of canines being classified as weighing too much.

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