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  • Are Essential Oils Toxic To Pets?
                Essential oils have become a pervasive part of many people’s self-care routines. But when a recent Facebook post about a cat getting sick from exposure to essential oils went Read more
  • What is the difference between a service dog and a therapy dog?
    Service Dogs             A service dog performs tasks to assist a person with a disability. The person generally has the right to be accompanied by their service dog anywhere the general Read more
  • Whisker Stress; Does Your Cat Have It?
                It’s called whisker stress. Many cats suffer from it daily, and yours may be one of them. So what exactly is this disorder?             Domesticated cats that live and eat indoors Read more
  • Are Milk-Bones Toxic To Your Dog?
                There were some Facebook posts back in the Spring about a preservative called BHA in Milk-Bones. The reports were that the preservative could be toxic to your dog. So Read more
  • Using Nasal Allergy Sprays in Dogs
    Can Your Dog Use Nasal Allergy Sprays?        Allergy remedies for canines are much more commonly administered as tablets or topical shampoos, sprays, creams, but you can certainly try a nasal Read more
  • Dry Eye Syndrome In Dogs
                You see commercials on television for “Dry Eye” in humans. Did you know that dogs can get “Dry Eye” too?                 The formal name for “Dry Eye” is Keratoconjunctivitis Read more
  • Juvenile Cellilitis
              Recently, we had an owner that had just gotten a puppy from the shelter. His face and head were all bumpy with oozing and crusty areas. The shelter worker Read more
  • How Often Should You Bathe Your Dog?
                Well, the simple answer to this question is: how often do you want to bathe your dog? Unless a dog has skin problems, there is no specific need to Read more
  • Long-Lived Dog Breeds
                When your pooch is your best friend, you want him to live as long as possible. Most breeds live between 8 and 15 years, with smaller dogs generally living Read more
  • What is Zika Virus and can pets get it?
                Zika virus was first identified in 1947 in Uganda’s Zika Forest. If you’re wondering, “Zika” means “overgrown”. When scientists initially stumbled upon this stubborn mosquito-bite fever, they largely discounted Read more
  • Diagnosis and treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension
         Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a term used to describe an abnormally elevated pulmonary artery pressure. In essence this means that the blood pressure within the arteries in the lungs Read more
  • Vision Impairment and Blindness
                Dogs do not rely on their sense of vision to the same extent as do humans. The dog's vision is also not as highly developed as it is in Read more
  • Can Dogs Be Given Benadryl For Itching?
                Antihistamines might help some for dogs (and cats) with atopy (skin, paw and ear problems due to airborne allergens). They are less useful for treating contact, flea, or food Read more
  • Arthritis In Cats
                   Cats get arthritis. There are many products on the market to treat pain in humans and dogs, but unfortunately cats cannot take the medications. Most Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Derivative, or Read more
  • Birth Control For Pets
    Is there a birth control pill for pets?              I just read an article about a contraceptive vaccine for dogs which was created by veterinary scientists in Chile, where they Read more
  • Can My Cat Eat Dog Food? Can My Dog Eat Cat Food?
    Cats cannot thrive on dog food. Dogs cannot thrive on cat food. But why?                 In so many obvious ways cats look, act, react, and respond differently than dogs. What is Read more

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