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Winter Walks with Your Dog

  Winter is a time for wrapping our feet in thick socks and boots that protect us from the cold. Our dogs, unfortunately, don’t always have that luxury.

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A Senior Life – Part 2

Early last year I wrote about my two 18-year-old cats, Princess and Monaco. We found that Princess had Stage 3 (out of 4) kidney disease and we were treating her with a change in diet, supplements, subcutaneous fluid therapy a couple of times a week, and Vitamin B12 injections. Monaco’s blood work was spectacular.

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Does Your Pet Have Arthritis?

One of the most common conditions that our pets can develop is called osteoarthritis, otherwise known as arthritis. Various factors can contribute to this condition.

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Are Your Pets Ready for School?

The new school year is just weeks away. The stores are loading their shelves with supplies, parents are counting the days, and kids are mostly blissfully unaware, as summer holidays come to an end.

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Feline Friendly Practice’s – What Are They?

As a cat owner myself, I know how stressful it can be to bring a cat into the veterinary office. They are telepathic it seems, and know when you are planning to bring them in; they hide and resist being put in the carrier.

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