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  • Mar 23 2016

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    Pain in Cats

    Cats can be very good at hiding the fact that they are not feeling well. Any one, all or none of the following are signs that could be interpreted as…

  • Dec 02 2015

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    Tips for Holiday Pet Safety

    Here are some things to keep in mind during the holiday season to keep you pet safe and healthy. https://www.henryscheinvet.com/docs/default-source/downloadables/henryschein_2014holidayinfographicv2.pdf?sfvrsn=4

  • May 14 2015

    Healthy, Low Calorie Treat Options

    Are you looking for some easy, healthy, low calorie treat options for your dog or cat?  Some of the premade treats can be higher in calories than you think.  Calories…

  • Dec 04 2014

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    Xylitol

    Xylitol, a sweetener which causes hypoglycemia and liver damage in dogs, is showing up in some very unexpected places.  It is frequently used as a sugar substitute in chewing gum,…

  • Jan 03 2014

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    Checklist for Choosing a Pet Health Insurance Provider and Policy

    QUESTIONS TO ASK ABOUT THE PROVIDER How does this provider handle renewals?  (Example:  If my pet is diagnosed with hip dysplasia one year, is that problem considered a chronic or…

  • Jan 03 2014

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    Tips for Choosing Pet Health Insurance

    DO: Research pet health insurance policies before or soon after you obtain a pet. Understand when and how you will be reimbursed Know what the policy covers before you enroll. …

  • Dec 09 2013

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    Winter Pet Care Tips

    Winter and the busy holiday season can pose special risks for pets.  Help your pet weather the winter and stay healthy and safe by following these simple tips. Keep indoor…

  • Nov 01 2013

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    Treating Pain in Your Dog with Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

    Controlling your dog’s pain is essential to his/her overall well-being.  Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) are a class of drugs commonly used to control pain and inflammation in dogs.  NSAIDS help…

  • Aug 13 2013

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    What Are the Facts About Grains in Pet Foods?

    Probably the most common misconceptions about grains in pet foods are that grains are poorly digestible, lack nutritional value and can cause allergies.  Digestibility of grains is influenced by proper…

  • Jul 19 2013

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