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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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What are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

What are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

Cat owners need to know about a unique dental condition called feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions. FORLs appear at or near the tooth base. More than 70% of cats over age five are estimated to have suffered from at least one FORL.Although the exact...

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Your Pet’s Mental and Physical Health Are Connected

Your Pet’s Mental and Physical Health Are Connected

The mental health of pets is connected to their overall well-being. If your pet is anxious, bored, or fearful, they could be prone to various physical conditions. Read on to learn about some common conditions that can be brought on by stress in...

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New Year’s Health Resolutions for Your Pet

New Year’s Health Resolutions for Your Pet

Happy New Year! What resolutions have you made—and stuck to—to make each year healthier and happier? Don’t forget to include your furry companion in these goals. Here are three New Year’s resolutions that will benefit your pet.#1: Brush up on your pet’s...

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Recognizing Signs of Holiday Stress in Your Dog

Recognizing Signs of Holiday Stress in Your Dog

The holidays are a time of gatherings, decorations, seasonal treats, and festivities. Yet all of this disruption of routine, change in settings, activity, and noise can be stressful on our canine friends. Here are signs of holiday stress to look for if...

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What You Need to Know About Diabetes in Pets

What You Need to Know About Diabetes in Pets

It's important to be informed about the signs of diabetes, especially for our senior furry companions. We at Senior Paws want to share some essential information on the disease. Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot use glucose—the main source of...

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Thankful for Pets: The Infinite Benefits of Pet Ownership

Thankful for Pets: The Infinite Benefits of Pet Ownership

Thanksgiving is coming up, and this time of year reminds us to pause and take the time to reflect on gratitude. We're thankful for the pets in our lives: the love they give, the joy they bring, and how much they just make things so much better, no matter...

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Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress Starts at Home

Decreasing Your Pet’s Stress Starts at Home

As pet-owners, you want to ensure that your home is a peaceful sanctuary for your senior furry friend. Making your home a space where your pet can relax and feel safe is important to his overall health. Here are steps you can take: #1: Practice what you...

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