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Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets   November is Pet Diabetes Month! One way to honor pet diabetes is to become educated in order to better help your pet.   Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot use glucose—the main source of energy for the body’s cells—normally....

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3 Ways to Cherish Your Pet’s Memory

3 Ways to Cherish Your Pet’s Memory

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance: 3 Ways to Memorialize Your Pet August 28 is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day—as if you needed a special holiday to celebrate the memory of your beloved pet. However, this day helps commemorate the wonderful life you shared with your companion...

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Cognitive Dysfunction in Your Pet

Cognitive Dysfunction in Your Pet

Doggy Dementia: Cognitive Dysfunction Signs in Pets As pets age, they can suffer from impaired mental function, similar to elderly people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Many of the signs associated with cognitive dysfunction in pets are chalked up to old age. However,...

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Is Your Family is Ready to Foster a Pet?

Is Your Family is Ready to Foster a Pet?

Are you considering being a foster pet parent? Deciding to take in and care for a furry friend who is waiting for a forever family can be exciting! Yet it's also important to consider what this decision entails.  Before sending out your pet foster-parent application...

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Bringing Home a Shelter or Rescue Pet: What to Expect

Bringing Home a Shelter or Rescue Pet: What to Expect

Since social distancing started, we've been hearing stories of people adopting pets from shelters and rescues. Who doesn't love the company of a furry friend? If you're considering adopting a shelter pet, especially a senior one, here are our tips for easing the...

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Keep Your Pet Safe From These Garden Toxins

Keep Your Pet Safe From These Garden Toxins

With springtime and social distancing, a lot of people are turning to their yards for some time outside and also for a relaxing activity: gardening. If your pet will be out there as you tend to the plants, keep them away from these harmful toxins commonly...

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COVID-19: 3 Things for Pet Owners to Know

COVID-19: 3 Things for Pet Owners to Know

We are closely monitoring local and national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19 and, based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization and applicable local public health agencies, we have developed plans...

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Keep Parasites From Feasting on Your Pet This Spring

Keep Parasites From Feasting on Your Pet This Spring

Spring's warmer weather means that external parasites will surge. Bloodsucking pests such as fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes will reappear. Here are our tips for protecting your pet from a pest fest. Keep your pet on year-round parasite prevention: This first...

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Preparing for a Pet Sitter

Preparing for a Pet Sitter

With spring around the corner, you may be planning a getaway. Prepare your fur baby and home for a pet sitter by following these tips.Ensure your pet’s ID tags and microchip info are up-to-dateIf you’ve moved or changed your phone number recently, check...

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Feline Idiopathic Cystitis: What Cat Owners Should Know

Feline Idiopathic Cystitis: What Cat Owners Should Know

Has your cat been using spots other than the litter box to do their business? This could signal feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC), one of the main causes of inappropriate urination. Read on to learn more.Feline idiopathic cystitis signsFIC can develop...

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