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Heartworm Disease: What You Need to Know 04/27/18 - 1:42 pm

What is heartworm disease? This disease is caused by worms that live in a pet’s heart and blood vessels of the lungs. Though it primarily…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Malocclusion 03/20/18 - 1:40 pm

Cute overbite! There are many different forms of malocclusions. Some may be caused by retained deciduous teeth, some may be a result of trauma and…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Retained and Fractured Deciduous Teeth 03/06/18 - 1:38 pm

All deciduous or baby teeth should be gone at the age of 6 months for dogs and age of 5 months for cats and replaced…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Excess, Rotated & Overcrowded Teeth 02/28/18 - 1:33 pm

Puppies normally have twenty-eight deciduous or baby teeth and forty-two adult or permanent teeth. Dogs have four types of teeth – incisors, canine teeth, premolars,…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Worn Teeth 02/28/18 - 1:30 pm

Pets spend most of their lives chewing on things, and their teeth can show wear and tear over time. Worn teeth can be caused by…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Discolored Teeth 02/28/18 - 1:27 pm

Teeth are comprised of four major components – Enamel, Dentin, Cementum, and Pulp, which you will learn about over the next few weeks. Discolored teeth…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Fractured Teeth 02/28/18 - 1:23 pm

Fractured teeth are very common in dogs and cats. Chewing on hard toys, sticks, cages, hard play toys, catching rocks, running into objects, or objects…

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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Periodontal Disease 01/28/18 - 1:21 pm

Preventative dental care helps protect your pet and catch problems before they become more serious. Since most pet dental disease occurs below the gums, it…

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Ticks: Tips To Keep The Ticks Away 01/04/18 - 1:47 pm

A few symptoms showing that your pet may have ticks or may have been bitten by a tick include a fever, scabs, lots of head…

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10 Facts About Senior Pets 01/02/18 - 1:20 pm

Thanks to research and improvements in veterinary care, pets are living longer than they used to.  In honor of these seniors, we’d like to share…