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Do You Have a Sick Pet Fish?

Fish with disease can show a variety of signs. If you notice your pet fish having any unusual disease signs, contact your veterinarian for further advice. These are some of the most common signs of disease seen in pet fish:

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Cat and Dog Nutrition

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services jointly created the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to address proper nutrition and the prevention of diet-related diseases in people. The nutrition and health experts in both departments re-evaluate current science and medical knowledge every 5 years and use that information to revise the guidelines when necessary.

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Fleas and Ticks

They're creepy, they're crawly...and they can carry diseases. Fleas and ticks are not just a nuisance, but pose animal and human health risks. They suck your pet's blood, they suck human blood, and can transmit diseases.  Some of the diseases that fleas and ticks can transmit from animals to humans (zoonotic diseases) include plague, Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, bartonellosis and others.  That's why it's critical to protect your pets from these pesky parasites and keep the creepy crawlies out of your home.

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Pet Food and Cold Weather

Keep your pet at a healthy weight throughout the winter. Some pet owners feel
that a little extra weight gives their pet some extra protection from cold, but
the health risks associated with that extra weight don’t make it worth doing.
Watch your pet’s body condition and keep them in the healthy range. Outdoor pets
will require more calories in the winter to generate enough body heat and energy
to keep them warm – talk to your veterinarian about your pet’s nutritional needs
during cold weather.

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Cold Weather Pet Safety

Winter wellness: Has your pet had his/her preventive care exam
(wellness exam) yet?  Cold weather may worsen some medical conditions such as
arthritis. Your pet should be examined by a veterinarian at least once a year,
and it’s as good a time as any to get him/her checked out to make sure (s)he is
ready and as healthy as possible for cold weather.

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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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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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Know Your Pet's Cold Weather Limits

Just like people, pets’ cold tolerance can vary from pet to pet based on their
coat, body fat stores, activity level, and health. Be aware of your pet’s
tolerance for cold weather, and adjust accordingly. You will probably need to
shorten your dog’s walks in very cold weather to protect you both from
weather-associated health risks. Arthritic and elderly pets may have more
difficulty walking on snow and ice and may be more prone to slipping and
falling. Long-haired or thick-coated dogs tend to be more cold-tolerant, but are

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