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AVMA Pet Food Recall List

AVMA Pet Food Recall List

The American Veterinary Medical Association publishes an ongoing list of pet food alerts and recalls. This information is based on reports and alerts received from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and/or manufacturers.

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Frisco Veterinarian

Legacy Veterinary Hospital in Frisco is a full-service veterinary hospital in that specializes in small companion animals.  We pride ourselves in offering the absolute best medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, and exotic pets.  At the same time we strive to provide the best client service.  We ask that you partner with us in achieving the happiest and most full life possible for your pet. Our veterinarians are here to help you and your pet.

 

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Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants For Pets

Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants For Pets

Now that the weather is getting nicer, you may be thinking about your garden. This list, complied by the ASPCA, contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Please note that the information contained in our plant lists is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather a compilation of the most frequently encountered plants. If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact us.

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Understanding Tickborne Diseases

Understanding Tickborne Diseases

Tickborne diseases are becoming a serious problem in this country as people increasingly build homes in formerly uninhabited wilderness areas where ticks and their animal hosts live. Tickborne diseases can be caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites. Most people become infected through tick bites during the spring and summer months.

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What is the rabies risk for my pet in Frisco?

What is the rabies risk for my pet?

Any animal bitten or scratched by either a wild, carnivorous mammal or a bat that is not available for testing should be regarded as having been exposed to rabies.

Unvaccinated dogs, cats, and ferrets exposed to a rabid animal should be euthanized immediately. If the owner is unwilling to have this done, the animal should be placed in strict isolation for 6 months and vaccinated 1 month before being released.

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