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AVMA FAQ’s for Pet Owners on Covid – 19

The AVMA supplied a list of some information for pet owners based on what we know about COVID – 19 and our pets. We are supplying this to help you know more about the disease. Below are answers to some questions we have received about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is caused by SARS-CoV-2. The […]

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Pharmacy Policy Changes

2020 has brought an astonishing amount of change into our lives. And let’s face it, we humans do not like change. As we learn to adjust to how this virus is altering our lives, we want to share what things we can with you. As much as possible our state governments are asking us to […]

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Your Basic Pet First Aid Kit Needs

With all that’s going on right now there’s a lot out there about some basic things you need for your own health care. I think it’s also useful to be aware of what you should have as a simple first aid kit for your pet. There is some chance with lockdowns occurring and other limits […]

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The Importance Of Pet Health In Human Health

With the emphasis on caring for our own health in this COVID-19 pandemic, we need to remember how important the role of our pets can be in our own health. First off I want to emphasize that there is no evidence at this point that companion animals can spread the COVID-19 virus. Nor is their […]

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A Note To Our Clients On COVID-19

We wanted to reach out to you during these difficult and uncertain times to let you know that we continue to take your pets health as well as your own health seriously.  We will continue to remain open, God willing, to provide your furry family members with the health care that they need.  We have […]

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November is Pet Diabetes Month

In November we recognize Pet Diabetes Month. During this month we shine a spotlight on diabetes in both dogs and cats. Often pet owners do not realize that dogs and cats are at risk for developing this disease and its various complications. Diabetes affects between 1 in 100 to 1 in 500 dogs and cats. […]

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The Importance of Heartworm, Flea & Tick Prevention

By Sue Jex, CVT March and April are the months to start thinking about prevention for both dogs and cats.  Heartworm can affect both species and can be life threatening.  The disease can also affect ferrets, wolves, coyotes, foxes and rarely humans.  Dogs should be tested for exposure prior to starting or continuing prevention, but […]

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February is Dental Health Month by Sue Jex, CVT

       Taking care of your pet(s) teeth is just as important as taking care of your own.   Preventative care helps maintain healthy teeth & gums.  There are several things you can do to help your pet(s) at home.  If you have or planning on having a puppy or kitten, start handling the head so it […]

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February is American Heart Month (for pets too!)

Hearts are seen everywhere in the month of February.  Both in honor of Valentine’s Day and also as a reminder of American Heart Month which raises awareness about heart disease n people.  February is also known as American Heart Month for pets.  It is estimated that 10% of dogs and cats suffer from heart disease […]

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Avoid a Scary Halloween for Your Pet!

Halloween Pet Safety By Pam Small           There are many things that can be hazardous to our pets during the Halloween celebrations.  We all like to join in on the fun but we need to be responsible when doing so with our pets.  Just like we don’t want kids trick or treating without flashlights, we […]