• 2 Ways You Can Maintain Your Dog's Oral Health

    Just like you should go to the dentist regularly, it's important for you to make sure that your dog goes to see their vet for dental care. Your dog can have plaque buildup, loose teeth, and infections around the root of their teeth. Like a human with bad teeth, bad teeth can cause your dog to have chronic pain, and the infections around their teeth can move through the rest of their body.
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  • What You Need To Know About Fleas, Ticks, Your Pet, And How Veterinarians Can Help

    Does your pet need flea and tick control? The warmer weather means an increase in flea and tick activity. If your outdoor pet isn't protected against biting insects, take a look at what you need to know about cats, dogs, ticks, fleas, and how veterinarians can help.  Why Use Flea and Tick Control Products or Medications? Fleas and ticks are more than just annoying pests. These barely-visible biters can cause problems for your pet, such as:
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  • If Your Cat Has Kidney Disease, It's Time To Switch Foods

    Everyone wants their pets to be healthy, but sometimes illnesses or diseases manifest that simply can't be cured. Once a cat has kidney disease, they're stuck with it, but there are a lot of things you can do to help to improve their quality of life and keep them going for a long time. If you've been feeding your cat a normal diet, it may be time to change that. Here's what you should know about their diet and its impact on their kidneys.
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