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Feline Leukemia: Prevention is Key!

What You Need to Know Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is an infectious disease in cats that can be passed through saliva, nasal secretions, urine, feces, or milk from nursing.  Many cats do not exhibit any signs of disease in the early stages of infection.  Symptoms of the virus as it progresses vary widely and may…

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5 Steps to New Puppy Success

Bringing a new puppy into your home is an exciting time, but it can also be overwhelming. Whether they are the first four-legged addition to your family or the 7th, knowing what to do to ensure your puppy has the best start to life with you is vitally important. Here are some tips from our…

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Senior Pet Care: How to Stay Ahead

Just as we require more attention as we age, so do our animals. In fact, animals age more rapidly than we do. For example, an average-sized, 7-year-old dog would be considered a senior by your veterinarian. When that same dog reaches the age of 10, they’re now classified as geriatric. Providing regular, preventative veterinary visits…

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Get Proactive About Your Pet’s Health

You probably think about it all the time – how you can’t remember when your pet is due for vaccinations, how you’re pretty sure you gave heartworm prevention this month (you think…), or how you should really just go ahead and schedule that wellness visit to stay on top of things. But life is busy!…

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