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Pet Poison Pointers in a Pinch

Has your pet potentially got into something he/ she shouldn’t have? You will need to call your veterinarian, but first please collect a little information that we will ask you before you pick up that telephone.

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What is Cognitive Dysfunction in Dogs?

Cognitive dysfunction is common as a dog ages. Simple tasks that your dog would naturally know would start to diminish. These tasks may include: staring at walls, pacing at night, leaking urine while lying or sleeping, etc. Veterinarians use a tool called DISHAA to help assess your dog for cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS).

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The Benefits of Feeding Your Pet Canned Food

There are many benefits of feeding your dog or cat wet food. Not only will your pet enjoy the taste, but it can also help with hydration and weight management. Almost all of the exclusive veterinary diets we prescribe are available in cans – this allows you to practice mixed feeding without sacrificing the effectiveness […]

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Choosing the Right Pet Food

There is specific information that must be provided on a pet food label. Owners must be aware that labels are a promotional tool to attract their decisions. What does that mean? Much of the information provided – including the ingredient list and use of terms such as “holistic”; “premium” or “human-grade” is of little value […]

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Your Pet is Scheduled for an Ultrasound

An ultrasound scan is where high-frequency sound waves are used to produce images of structures within your pet’s body. So what should you expect from this procedure?

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Would You Know the Difference - Online Ordering Precautions

Nowadays, you can get everything online.

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