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Senior Pet Wellness Month!

Senior Pet Wellness Month!

November is National Senior Pet Wellness Month! Our pets now, more than ever before are an integral part of our family and with improvements to veterinary care and dietary habits, our pets are living longer that ever before.    As your pet ages, changes can be...
Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

1. No Trick or Treat Candy Chocolate in all forms—especially dark chocolate—can be dangerous, even lethal, for dogs and cats. Symptoms of chocolate poisoning may include vomiting, diarrhea, rapid breathing, increased heart rate, and seizures. Halloween candies...
Be on the Look out for these Fall Dangers

Be on the Look out for these Fall Dangers

School is back in session, the leaves are beginning to change color and the pumpkin spice latte is back! Fall is a magical time here in Oklahoma however it does present its own set of dangers to our pets. Here are a few of the things to be looking out for to protect...
Heartworm Disease In Dogs

Heartworm Disease In Dogs

Adult Heartworms Both adult male and female heartworms can live in the heart and the large adjacent vessels. These heartworms can survive up to 5 years, with females producing large numbers of microfilariae (young worms). Microfilariae The microfilariae (young worms)...
War Against Worms, Mites and Other Parasites

War Against Worms, Mites and Other Parasites

What is a Parasite? A parasite is a creature that depends on another animal to live. Many internal parasites, such as worms, live in the digestive system while external parasites such as ticks, fleas and ear mites cause itching and skin irritations. Some infestations...
Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth: The “How To”

Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth: The “How To”

February is National Pet Dental Health Month Pets are a very important part of our lives for many years. Because this is true, dental care is extremely important to help extend your pet’s good health and quality years with you. Dental disease is the most common...
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