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Help Your Cat Live Their Best Nine Lives

February 22, 2022 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Wellness Clinic,

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Cats were worshipped by the ancient Egyptians, and some would argue that they still should be. And it’s no wonder—cats are a great source of comfort for millions of people, both nationally and internationally. 

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Is Your Cat a Psychopath?

December 28, 2021 at 9:15 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vets Near Me,

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Have you ever been over at a friends’ house and their cat stares at you like you’re their next victim? Or maybe you have a feline furball that randomly yowls and hisses at you 30 minutes after purring and rubbing up against your leg. Could your cat be bipolar, moody, or possibly even worse? Researchers in the UK may have an answer for you: your cat could indeed be psychopathic.

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Diabetes in Pets - What You Need to Know

November 9, 2021 at 10:41 AM by Megan Humkey posted in Vets Near Me,

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Diabetes might be the most frustrating condition for both pet owners and veterinarians alike. It's frustrating because it can take a lot of vet visits and blood tests to figure out the best solution and treatment plan for that individual pet; it can be a significant financial and emotional cost to the pet owner. And, for some people, it just seems like a very scary and daunting diagnosis.

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Why Do We Go Nuts About Kittens

July 8, 2021 at 8:30 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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Domestic cats, or felis silvestris catus, if you’re fancy, are thought to have domesticated themselves thousands of years ago in the Near East. That's right; cats chose to be around humans. 

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I Think My Dog Has Back Pain

November 18, 2020 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Pet Care,

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Back pain is the worst; we can all agree on that. Dogs most likely feel the same. It's also one of the most common conditions that dogs can suffer from. Since our furry friends can't let us know when their back is giving them some issues. 

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Our Pet Wellness Package and Pet Rewards Points Program

October 22, 2019 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vets Near Me

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Every so often we are asked by clients why we don’t offer in-house payment plans for our wellness package or why we only offer one wellness package. The answer is really quite simple; we made those decisions because we wanted the best option for you and your pet. Below we go through some of the significant benefits of the pet wellness package and pet rewards program.

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Is Your Dog Obese?

March 24, 2016 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vets Near Me

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Your dog may like to think he's in charge of what he eats and when, but you know that you ultimately are. Because pet owners are responsible for their dogs' diet, it's important to recognize the signs of canine obesity. But although 34% of dogs are overweight of obese, only 30-40% of their owners are aware of that.

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Ready, Set, Brush!

February 23, 2016 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vet Near Me,

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Your dog's oral health is an important part of her overall well-being, and brushing is as important for her as it is for you. Here's how to go about it!

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Keep Your Dog Safe from These 4 Common Household Items

January 28, 2016 at 1:39 PM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vets Near Me

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Your dog is your best friend, and you want nothing more than to make sure she has a long and healthy life. Did you know that there are products in your house right now that could significantly harm and even kill your pet?

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Don't Ignore These Symptoms of Bladder Infection or Kidney Stones

December 7, 2015 at 9:00 AM by Nikki Wardle posted in Vet Near Me,

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Is your dog or cat exhibiting symptoms that lead you to believe they may have kidney or bladder stones? While kidney stones are pretty common for people, most dogs and cats don't get them. Bladder stones are very common, however, and it's good to visit your vet if your furry companion is exhibiting any of these signs.

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