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Natural Chemistry Flea & Tick Squeeze-On

With Spring right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about flea and tick prevention. While fleas and ticks can affect your pet year round, it’s during these months where pet parents start to be more conscious about them. Warmer weather means bringing Fido out on walks through the neighborhood, to the dog park, or maybe even hiking through the woods. All of these spots are great places to pick up ticks.

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

Just like people, taking care of your pet’s teeth is an important part of their overall health. Just like we take regular trips to our dentists to make sure our pearly whites are healthy, your pets should also visit their vet at least once a year to get their teeth checked out. This yearly visit is helpful in keeping the teeth healthy and determining if there are any potential health concerns.

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Happy New Year!

Every year when January 1st hits, we make resolutions for ourselves to lead happier and healthier lives in the upcoming year. But why should it stop with us? This year, make some resolutions for your pets so they can also live the best year yet!

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Heartworm Disease – Testing and Prevention

Many pet parents have heard the term “heartworm” before, but may not know what it is, how pets get it, and why testing and preventative care is important.

What is Heartworm Disease?

Heartworm disease is a serious, progressive disease that affects pets. It is also potentially fatal if left untreated. In infected pets, heartworms live in the heart, lungs, and blood vessels and arteries and can cause severe heart failure, lung disease, and other problems with organs in the body. Heartworms are easy to detect and easy to prevent, but difficult to cure.

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