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August is National Immunization Awareness Month.

National Immunization Awareness Month August is National Immunization Awareness Month. Maybe you’ve recently adopted a pet, but haven’t been able to get them vaccinated yet. Waste no more time, bring them in to Tulsa Veterinary Hospital: Paw Prints Ltd to...

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Dog Days of Summer Heat

Dog Days of Summer Heat As part of Paw Prints Ltd, Tulsa Veterinary Hospital supplies excellent veterinary services to all breeds of cats and dogs without burning a hole in your wallet. Our services comprise of annual vaccinations as preventative care, a...

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June is National Adopt-a-Cat Month

June is National Adopt-a-Cat Month The American Humane Association has been promoting June as Adopt-A-Cat Month since 1975 to encourage people to adopt cats from shelters. American Humane chose June since “kitten season” reaches its peak during that month....

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Allergies Season

Allergies Season May is a season notorious for allergies in humans, but did you know it's also a prime allergy season for pets? Paw Prints Ltd. and Tulsa Veterinary Hospital are here to remind you of things that can cause allergic reactions in your furry...

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Flea and Tick Season

Flea and Tick Season Spring has sprung, and with it, flea and tick season. There are few things more frustrating for pets and owners alike than dealing with these bothersome pests. Having them right tools to put to use will help both you and your furry...

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National Puppy Day

National Puppy Day (March 23) Puppies are so special that there's a special day just to celebrate them: National Puppy day on March 23. Many dog lovers celebrate by adopting a puppy in need or helping raise awareness of puppy mills, which involve puppies...

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month Although many pet owners may not know it, the month of February is National Pet Dental Health month. The entire month is dedicated to bringing awareness to the dental needs of our furry loved ones. Routine...

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Pets and Winter Weather

Keep Your Pet Entertained Indoors During Bad Weather "I'm bored!" "Why can't I go outside?" "Really, it's not bad out". "PLEEEZE, I WANNA GO OUTSIDE!" "I have nothing to do!" "Mom, what's there to do?" And if you think your pet's complaining is bad, just...

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Signs of Stress in Your Pet

How to Recognize the Signs of Stress in Your Pet Animals can't speak up when they're stressed, so owners have to learn to recognize it on their own. Whether it's emotional or physical, a visit with a Tulsa veterinary hospital might be crucial to get to the root of the...

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Is My Pet in Pain?

How To Recognize When Your Pet Is In Pain Your pet depends on you to meet all of his needs each and every day. One way to accomplish this goal, is to learn the signs and symptoms associated with pain. This is especially important as your pet ages. Below are a few...

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Protecting Your Pet’s Heart

Heart disease is a common problem in domestic pets, and can be very serious. More than 10 percent of dogs will develop heart problems over their lifetimes, and the risk is higher in older animals. In order to protect your pet from heart disease, it's important to know...

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What Food Should Older Pets Eat?

At Paw Prints Tulsa Veterinary Hospital, they have the expertise to deal with the special needs of older pets, especially their dietary requirements. When you are looking for a Tulsa Vet, there is no better place. Older pets have specific needs in their diet, often to...

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Your Pets’ Paws

Keep Your Pets' Paws Healthy and Safe With These Tips Here at Paw Prints Tulsa Veterinary Hospital, we are regularly called upon to treat minor paw injuries. Since our furry companions go barefoot, minor paw injuries may not be completely avoidable. But this doesn't...

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Flea and Tick Season

Preparing Your Pets and Yard for Flea and Tick Season When spring comes around, it means the time has come to prepare for flea and tick season so that your pets remain happy, healthy, and free of these annoying parasites. The following basic tips can help you to...

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My Dog Ate Chocolate

What Should I Do If My Dog Ate Chocolate? Monitoring what your dog eats is an important part of keeping him healthy. However, dogs can often eat things that are bad for them in the blink of an eye. The following is an overview of what pet owners should look out for if...

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Is Chocolate Bad?

What Makes Chocolate Toxic To Dogs? Dogs often beg for the foods we eat and in many cases those foods are not harmful to your pet. However, chocolate is a substance that is poisonous if consumed by dogs. Below is an overview of why chocolate is toxic to dogs and what...

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When to see a Vet

Signs that You Should Take Your Pet to a Veterinarian – Immediately When it comes to your pets, you are the one who is responsible for making sure they are healthy. Obviously, they cannot tell you if something is wrong. As Tulsa vets, we want each of our patients to...

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When to Vaccinated?

How Often Should Your Pet Be Vaccinated? Vaccinating your pet is one way you can keep him healthy. These shots protect him against diseases that may cause him to become sick or pose a health hazard to others. It can be confusing to know when your pet should be...

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What is Heartworm

What Every Pet Owner Needs to Know About Heartworm Summer is right around the corner, and that means mosquito season. Mosquitoes spread heartworm. If you have pets, see your Tulsa vet to get them vaccinated against heartworm. What is Heartworm Heartworm can be fatal...

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