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04 JunFive for the 4th: Pet Safety Tips

Barbeques, fireworks, and fun—the 4th of July is a great holiday, but it can bring some hazards for your pet. Here are some tips for keeping your animal friend safe while you celebrate:  Fireworks are cool, but the racket is terrifying for many animals. Keep...

Rattlesnake Avoidance Class

09 MayRattlesnake Vaccine and Avoidance Class

With all of the rain that we've had lately, you know that rattlesnakes will be out in full force this year. As the weather starts getting warmer, snakes will become more active and there’s a good chance you’ll encounter one basking in the sun.Even though...

Ask Dr. Edsall: Foxtails Are No Fun

06 MayAsk Dr. Edsall: Foxtails Are No Fun

Q: Why are foxtails so dangerous for animals? And how do I keep them off my pet?A: Foxtails are so dangerous because not only can they work their way into any part of your dog or cat, but the actual seeds are very tough and don’t...

Is Your Pet Itching For Relief?

06 MayIs Your Pet Itching For Relief?

Lots of people struggle with allergies this time of year—but it’s not just humans who suffer. May is Pet Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, and with all the rain we’ve had this past winter, you can bet there will be a “super-bloom” of itching, scratching...

National Pet Dental Health Month is in February

12 FebNational Pet Dental Health Month is in February

If you have a pet over 3, chances are very good that your animal friend has the beginnings of periodontal disease. This condition can significantly impact a pet’s quality of life, resulting in mouth pain, gum infections, and tooth loss. At advanced stages, it can...