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Important Info on Senior Pet Blood Work

Although you can’t turn back the clock, there are things you can do to keep your older pets healthy and YOUNG-AT-HEART. A Senior Pet Wellness Exam and Senior blood work is one step you and your pet can take on the road to a comfortable old age.

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Understanding Feline Vaccines

Some very important vaccines consist of: Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis Calicivirus Panleukopenia (FVRCP)  FVR: Rhinotracheitis Highly contagious severe upper respiratory infection (caused by a feline type 1, herpes virus). Most severe in young kittens and older cats and is one of the most serious upper respiratory diseases seen in the feline species. The virus is airborne […]

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Why are dogs afraid of fireworks and other noises?

According to research, dog fireworks anxiety or fear of noises can arise from a variety or combination of factors. Some dogs have suffered a dramatic event involving loud noises that creates a historic “trigger” for them to become anxious. Some dog breeds may have a genetic predisposition towards noise anxiety while some studies suggest that […]

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Minimizing Risks as your Pet Ages

Senior pets have a greater need for special care than younger ones do. There are many health conditions that can arise as your pet gets older. Some are unavoidable, but many can be avoided by taking preventive measures throughout their lives. Feeding a high quality senior diet can help, as senior pets generally need a […]

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Introducing Older Cats to Kittens

Here are some tips and tricks to introducing a new kitten to your older cat.

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