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What’s Up With Lyme Disease In Dogs?

Spring weather is here again, which means many people are taking their dogs out for nature walks. This is also the time of year veterinarians see an “uptick” in Lyme disease infections. Lyme Disease is Spread by Tick Bites Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria spread...

Periodontal Disease in Pets: Signs & Treatment

Do you cringe in disgust when your dog breathes in your face? Do you give a "wow" when your cat yawns? Maybe your pet has yellow fangs, or yelps whenever it goes to gnaw a hard treat. Any of these might be a sign your cat or dog is suffering from the dangerous gum...

Considering Pet Insurance: Is It Worth It?

You love your pet, but you also have bills.  Have you ever been concerned whether you can afford to take your pet to the veterinarian for an emergency or special procedure? Or if you should have pet insurance? Pet insurance can help you cover your animal’s health care...

Be Aware Of Dog Foods With High Levels of Vitamin D

Recently there have been issues with high levels of vitamin D in some brands of dog food. The most recent incident was a voluntary recall by Hill’s Pet Nutrition, due to concerns that certain canned dog foods contained levels of vitamin D that exceeded the company’s...

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What’s Up With Lyme Disease In Dogs?

Spring weather is here again, which means many people are taking their dogs out for nature walks. This is also the time of year veterinarians see an “uptick” in Lyme disease infections. Lyme Disease is Spread by Tick Bites Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria spread...

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BEWARE OF ONLINE INFORMATION
The internet can be a great place to connect with other pet parents, but not all online sources are reliable when it comes to researching pet health information. 
Some websites have financial or professional affiliations that may make their opinions subjective. Some have outdated or inaccurate information. Some even suggest home remedies that can be dangerous. 
Remember, there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. One specific therapy, procedure, diet or medication may be right for one pet and wrong for another. 
No website can compensate for the care your companion receives from your familys other doctor. If you have questions or concerns about your pet, give us a call!

BEWARE OF ONLINE INFORMATION
The internet can be a great place to connect with other pet parents, but not all online sources are reliable when it comes to researching pet health information.

Some websites have financial or professional affiliations that may make their opinions subjective. Some have outdated or inaccurate information. Some even suggest home remedies that can be dangerous.

Remember, there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. One specific therapy, procedure, diet or medication may be right for one pet and wrong for another.

No website can compensate for the care your companion receives from your family's "other doctor." If you have questions or concerns about your pet, give us a call!
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ALLERGIES
May is Asthma and Allergy Month. Many people dont realize that pets can be plagued by seasonal allergies too. In pets, the most common symptom associated with allergies is itchy, inflamed skin. 
Plant and tree pollens, mold spores, dust, feathers and fleas are seasonal allergens that can cause your pets immune system to overreact. 
Avoid walking your dog in the early morning or late afternoon when pollen levels are typically highest. Change air filters regularly, keep windows shut, vacuum weekly, and wash bedding in hot water every week. 
If your pets itching persists or if you notice any redness, irritation or hair loss, please call us.

ALLERGIES
May is Asthma and Allergy Month. Many people don't realize that pets can be plagued by seasonal allergies too. In pets, the most common symptom associated with allergies is itchy, inflamed skin.

Plant and tree pollens, mold spores, dust, feathers and fleas are seasonal allergens that can cause your pet's immune system to overreact.

Avoid walking your dog in the early morning or late afternoon when pollen levels are typically highest. Change air filters regularly, keep windows shut, vacuum weekly, and wash bedding in hot water every week.

If your pet's itching persists or if you notice any redness, irritation or hair loss, please call us.
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