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Pet Grooming Topics2019-07-25T19:18:33+00:00

Tips For Traveling With Your Pet

Every year many of you load the dog (or even the cat) into the car and head off with the family on vacation; while many others board their furry friends at kennels while taking that Summer get-a-way.

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Furmination Shed-Less Treatment

The world of pet lovers – and that’s pretty much the entire world – has been waiting for a truly effective, inexpensive, easy-to-use solution to the pet-hair-and-dander problem.

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How Often Should You Groom Your Pet

How often your pet should be groomed is really a function of the type and size of pet you have, as well as how your
pet relates to you and other. The industry standard says that pets should be groomed every 4 to 6 weeks.

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HomeAgain Pet Recovery MicroChip

HomeAgain is an advanced pet identification and retrieval system. A microchip with a unique identification code is implanted between the shoulder blades of the pet.

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Clearing The Air On Flea Control

FLEAS! The nemisis of cats and dogs and pet owners everywhere. Of course, fleas always attempt to make life miserable for your pet and yourself by causing endless itching and scratching.

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Caring For Your Pet Between Grooming Visits

Invest in a high quality brush. For most dogs we recommend that you brush the hair coat vigorously one to two times per week; however, longer-haired dogs will often require more frequent brushing.

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Cat Topics2019-07-25T19:19:09+00:00

Your Senior Cat

As a result of advances in veterinary medicine, more knowledgeable care and improved nutrition, cats are now living much longer, healthier lives.

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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Surgery is performed painlessly while your pet is under general anesthesia. Post-surgical pain is minimal.

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What To Do If Your Cat Catches a Cold

Yes, your cat can catch a cold. There are several conditions that cause cats to sneeze with cold like symptoms. However, sneezing that lasts more than two days is probably due to a viral upper respiratory infection (URI) similar to a “cold” that we may have.

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Traveling with your Pet

Ask yourself: will my dog be comfortable and happy on this trip? Some animals simply prefer to stay at home and a homesick, possibly motion-sick pet will ruin everyone’s trip.

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Ticks & Fleas

Ticks are small spider-like acarids and fleas are insects, but these two tiny creatures have at least one thing in common – they are both parasites that feed on your cat’s blood and can cause a lot of discomfort and more serious health problems.

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Pre/Post Operation

Due to illness, disease or trauma, your pet may one day require surgery.

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Osteoarthritis

If your cat no longer appears interested in playing with her favorite mouse toy for hours on end, there may be a good reason – osteoarthritis.

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Household Dangers

Just as parents childproof their home, so should pet owners “petproof” theirs.

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HomeAgain Pet Recovery MicroChip

HomeAgain is an advanced pet identification and retrieval system. A microchip with a unique identification code is implanted between the shoulder blades of the pet.

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Eye Care

A healthy cat’ eyes should be clear and bright and the area around the eyeball white.

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Bereavement

The death of a beloved pet can be very distressing. Our pets are not only members of the family, they are our faithful friends, our children’s devoted playmates and reliable, affectionate companions for the elderly or disabled.

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Behavior

Cats, now the most popular pet in North America and Europe, were once described as asocial animals, but this is no longer regarded as true.

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Basic Health Check

You’ve anticipated the new arrival by “kittenproofing” your home and had lots of fun choosing the carrier, bed, blanket, toys and other supplies he or she will need.

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Allergies

As in the human population, the incidence of allergies in pets seems to be increasing

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Administering Medication

Just like you, your cat is going to get sick occasionally and you’ll likely come home from the veterinarian’s with some medication to administer. Learning how to do it right will make the process easier both for you and your cat.

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Dog Topics2019-07-25T19:19:35+00:00

Your Senior Dog

As a result of advances in veterinary medicine, more knowledgeable care and improved nutrition, dogs are now living much longer, healthier lives.

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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet

Surgery is performed painlessly while your pet is under general anesthesia. Post-surgical pain is minimal.

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Traveling with your Pet

Ask yourself: will my dog be comfortable and happy on this trip? Some animals simply prefer to stay at home and a homesick, possibly motion-sick pet will ruin everyone’s trip.

Download the full article

Ticks & Fleas

Ticks are small spider-like acarids and fleas are insects, but these two tiny creatures have at least one thing in common – they are both parasites that feed on your cat’s blood and can cause a lot of discomfort and more serious health problems.

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Pre/Post Operation

Due to illness, disease or trauma, your pet may one day require surgery.

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Parvovirus

Parvovirus disease is one of the most common deadly diseases contracted by dogs in our region. We seem to see an increasing number of parvovirus cases each year, especially among younger puppies.

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Osteoarthritis

If your dog doesn’t jump to greet you on your return home each evening there may be a good reason – osteoarthritis.

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Household Dangers

Just as parents childproof their home, so should pet owners “petproof” theirs.

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HomeAgain Pet Recovery MicroChip

HomeAgain is an advanced pet identification and retrieval system. A microchip with a unique identification code is implanted between the shoulder blades of the pet.

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Heartworm & Intestinal Parasites

Heartworm is a parasitic disease that can affect any dog regardless of age, sex or habitat. It is found in virtually all parts of the United States
and many parts of Canada.

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Eye Care

A healthy dog’s eyes should be clear, bright and free from dirt, discharge and inflammation.

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Dental Care

With major advances in treating serious infectious and other pet diseases, oral disease – most importantly periodontal or gum disease caused by the buildup of plaque and tartar – has become the number-one health problem for dogs.

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Canine Influenza

Since May of 2017 there have been thousands of confirmed cases of canine influenza in the south and midwest including Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Louisiana, Illinois and now Ohio.

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Bereavement

The death of a beloved pet can be very distressing. Our pets are not only members of the family, they are our faithful friends, our children’s devoted playmates and reliable, affectionate companions for the elderly or disabled.

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Behavior

Just as between people, good relationships between dogs and their owners are based on good communication.

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Basic Health Check

You’ve anticipated the new arrival by ‘puppyproofing’ your home and had lots of fun choosing the crate, bed, blanket, toys and other supplies he or she will need.

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Allergies

As in the human population, the incidence of allergies in pets seems to be increasing

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Administering Medication

Just like you, your cat is going to get sick occasionally and you’ll likely come home from the veterinarian’s with some medication to administer. Learning how to do it right will make the process easier both for you and your dog.

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