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Keeping Your Pets Safe This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is almost here! That means lots of chocolate, candy and flowers. Unfortunately, that also means lots of sick pets! Every year around this holiday, thousands of pets are hospitalized when they eat something they shouldn’t have eaten. To …

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Ways to Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday

While the holidays are festive times, they can also be very dangerous times for our pets. Each year thousands of pets become ill or are seriously injured during the holidays. Intestinal obstructions, chocolate of other food toxicities, burns, and pancreatitis

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Thanksgiving Dangers for Pets

Each year, many pets become ill during the holidays. Some of the most common health hazards include intestinal obstructions, chocolate ingestion, other food toxicities, and pancreatitis. To ensure that your Thanksgiving holiday is filled with happiness rather than a long …

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Halloween Hazards all Pet Parents Need to Know

Halloween is almost here! Halloween is my all-time favorite holiday. Ever since I was a kid, I have loved Halloween but… not everyone loves Halloween. In fact, many animals are downright terrified by the holiday. In addition to being scary, …

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Disaster Preparedness for your Pets

Unfortunately natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wild fires are an inevitable part of life. Though we cannot prevent them, we are not completely helpless. We can improve our chances for a safe outcome by becoming better prepared for …

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Tips to Keep Your Pets Safe & Cool This…

Summer is almost here! As the temperature rises across the country, the risk of summer dangers also rises, especially for your pets.

Follow these simple tips in order to keep your pets safe and cool this summer:

1. Whenever possible

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5 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE & CALMTHIS…

Eve​ry year hundreds of pets throughout the country are lost or injured during 4th of July Celebrations. Here are five tips you can follow to help keep them safe and stress-free.

1. Keep your pets indoors
Though most of us …

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2022 Pet Friendly New Year’s Resolutions

2022 is here! And if you are like me, you have already made your New Year’s resolutions and are ready to start working on your new goals. But have you thought about making New Year’s resolution for your pets? To …

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4th of July Pet Safety Tips

Eve​ry year hundreds of pets throughout the country are lost or injured during 4th of July Celebrations. Here are five tips you can follow to help keep them safe and stress-free.

1.Keep your pets indoors
Though most of us consider …

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Holiday Pet Hazards


Singing Christmas carols, lighting the Menorah, visiting Grandma…going to the vet? Probably not your idea of a holiday event, but unfortunately many families find themselves visiting their veterinary clinics during the holiday season for unfortunate and preventable emergencies. While the …