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High-Rise Syndrome in Cats

With the arrival of warm weather comes the time when we throw our windows wide open and enjoy time relaxing on the balcony with the door left open. Out comes your cat to visit while you enjoy the late evening…

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Pet Fire Safety Day

Pet Fire Safety Day is July 15th so take some time this weekend to ensure that you have a fire safety plan in place that includes your pets. Make your home fire safe for your pets, and include your pets in…

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Heat Exhaustion and Dogs

Summer temperatures are soaring! Even a short walk in the blazing sun is enough to make us hot and in need of a cool drink. Imagine how your dog feels if he has to stay outdoors for extended periods of…

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Summer Vacation with Your Dog

Ahhh, summer vacation. Long, leisurely hikes in the mountains, romping on the beach, camping under the stars… all great experiences for you to have with your pup. Preparing ahead of time will ensure that both you and Fido will enjoy…

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Zoomies, FRAPs, Puppy Freak Outs!

Zoomies, FRAPs, Puppy Freak Outs!  Dogs, especially puppies, sometimes have periods of activity called “Frenetic Random Activity Periods” (FRAPs), also known as the “zoomies”, or “puppy freak outs”. Whatever you call it, the result is the same, and most dog…

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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

As spring arrives in many parts of the world, people come out of “hibernation” and begin to enjoy outdoor activities. Along with enjoying the outdoors, comes the risk of exposure to ticks and Lyme disease. Ticks are tiny parasites that…

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Emergency Preparedness for Your Pets

Natural disasters can happen at any time, and depending on where you live, you could be affected by any number of severe weather events or emergency situations – floods, ice storms, blizzards, power failures, water quality advisories, earthquakes, tornadoes, or…

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