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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

Dental hygiene is an important aspect of your pet’s overall health.

The same way that it’s important for people to visit their dentists regularly, it’s important for your pet to visit their vet at least once a year to get their teeth checked out. This yearly check-up is helpful in keeping your pet’s teeth clean as well as finding out if there are any potential health concerns.


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Earth Animal No-Hide Chews

Earth Animal No-Hide Chews are a healthier and more digestible alternative to rawhide.

They are 100% free of rawhide and are made with high quality, human grade ingredients. They come in four different flavors, three bone sizes, and a stix option.

Traditional rawhide chews are made from cow hide, which is poorly digestible. No-Hide Chews are made with food ingredients that are highly digestible and healthy for your dogs.
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Happy & Healthy Holiday Safety Tips

There’s no place like home for the holidays… Especially when your home is nice and safe for your pets!

 

The holidays are a fun time to get together with loved ones and celebrate. There’s pretty decorations, tasty food, and holiday cheer. To make sure you (and your pets) get the most out of this holiday season, check out the following safety tips:

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10 Week Turnaround

Reach the Perfect Weight in just 10 weeks

 

Hill’s Science Diet Perfect Weight has been formulated for both cats and dogs to help them meet their ideal weight. Overweight pets can experience health issues. To ensure they’re living their best life, take the 10 Week Turnaround challenge with Science Diet. 70% of pets that participated reached their goal weight within 10 weeks.


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Acupuncture for Pets

According to Live Science, acupuncture is a medical practice that uses thin needles to penetrate the skin which helps stimulate certain points in the body, alleviating pain or helping to treat various health conditions. It is a key component in Chinese medicine and has been practiced on humans for thousands of years.

The use of acupuncture for pets has become more common in recent years because its value and benefits are more known. Acupuncture isn’t just used as a pain reliever, it is also used to help treat a variety of conditions.

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