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Dogs


Holiday Pet Tips

The Holiday Season is upon us! While things may look different for many families this year because of coronavirus restrictions on travel and gatherings, you may still be planning a turkey dinner with all the fixings. Mmmmm! Here are a few thoughts on how to keep your dog safe during the holidays.

 

Some foods to avoid include:


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COVID-19 and your Pets

Should you quarantine the dog? Disinfect the cat? When a Pomeranian in Hong Kong tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 last week, pets soon became part of the coronavirus conversation. The case raised the possibility that pets could become part of the transmission chain for coronavirus, however, many questions remain about this possibility and how best to respond.


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New Year's Resolutions For Your Pets

As we make New Year’s Resolutions for ourselves, why not include our four-legged family? Here are our Top 5 Resolutions for Pets- let’s make 2020 a great year!

 

5.  Protect Against Parasites


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Diabetes in Pets

Understanding Diabetes

To better understand what happens with diabetes mellitus, let’s start with reviewing the body's normal sugar metabolism:


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Is your pet itchy? An overview of Pet Allergies

Pet Allergies 

Your pets can suffer from allergies just like you can! Allergies can be frustrating to pet owners- persistent scratching/chewing/licking can lead to skin infections, open sores, and discomfort for your pet. It's important to learn what is causing your pet’s discomfort by getting them the help they need from your veterinarian. 

 

Types of Allergies: 

Environmental allergy: 


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Summer Heat & Your Pets

Temperature elevation in your dog can happen for more than one reason-- they could have a fever (which often means infection), or it could be elevated from environmental factors such as heat and humidity. A dog’s normal temperature ranges from 99 to 102 degrees Fahrenheit, and temperatures in the 103-105 range could mean heat exhaustion. Above 105 degrees Fahrenheit, your pet becomes at risk for heatstroke, and it could be fatal. 

 

Predisposing & Environmental Factors


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Top This! 5 Healthy Dog Food Toppers

Not everyone has time to cook meals for their dog, but with a little effort, you could try adding some healthy toppers to their dry food that you already give them! Here are the top 5 foods we suggest to give a try:

 


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