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    Heartworm Disease Prevention

    Sep 06 2011

    In the United States…

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    Chocolate Poisoning

    Sep 06 2011

    With Easter arriving this month, your pet may get into the treats left behind by the Easter Bunny. With their sensitive noses, dogs can easily sniff out chocolate goodies from the best hiding spots!…

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    What's in a pet food label?

    Sep 06 2011

    Pet food labels contain a lot of information, some of which is easily misunderstood. Government regulations dictate the minimum information that will be found on a label, and this information varies…

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    Where should your pet sleep?

    Sep 06 2011

    Recently, a lot of media attention has been focused on the increased risk of catching an infectious disease from your pets if you allow them to sleep on your bed. The media reports were based on…

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    Beware of Dog Breath

    Sep 06 2011

    February is National Pet Dental Health Month. The purpose of Pet Dental Health Month is to raise the awareness that pets need dental care. The American Veterinary Medical Association estimates that…

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    The Midnight Crazies

    Sep 06 2011

    By their nature, cats are nocturnal animals and cats in the wild hunt during the night, when their natural prey is active. Our housecats, even the most pampered and well-fed ones, often retain this…

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    Keeping your Indoor Cat Happy

    Sep 06 2011

    Over the past number of years, cats have become the most popular pets in North America, with over 70 million pet cats in the United States alone. The lifestyle of the average pet cat has also changed,…