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Pass on the Puppy!

Pass on the Puppy!

  By Dr. Meegan Weiler, Veterinarian So, you are thinking about getting a puppy? So cute, so cuddly, such vessels of destruction and chaos! Puppies are tons of work. Maybe that calm, older dog could be a better choice. In honor of Adopt a Senior Pet month I would...

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Diabetes in Our Dogs and Cats

Diabetes in Our Dogs and Cats

By Dr. Katie Falk, Veterinarian Diabetes mellitus is a condition of hyperglycemia due to loss or dysfunction of insulin secretion by pancreatic beta cells, diminished insulin sensitivity, or both. Insulin helps transfer glucose from the bloodstream to cells of the...

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How to Pet Proof Your House

How to Pet Proof Your House

By Dr. Karen Farnan, Veterinarian Before bringing a new puppy, kitten or other new addition into your home, you want to make sure that it is safe for the new furry family member. Here are some things to watch out for: Cleaning products can cause skin or stomach...

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Tricks to Keep your Pet Safe This Halloween

Tricks to Keep your Pet Safe This Halloween

By Dr. Paige Roberts, Veterinarian Fall is here and Halloween is just around the corner! The Halloween season is a time of spooky stories, fun costumes, and sweet treats; it also comes with a few unique hazards for our furry friends. Here are a few things you can do...

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Pass on the Puppy!

  By Dr. Meegan Weiler, Veterinarian So, you are thinking about getting a puppy? So cute, so cuddly, such vessels of destruction and chaos! Puppies are tons of work. Maybe that calm, older dog could be a better choice. In honor of Adopt a Senior Pet month I would...

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Diabetes in Our Dogs and Cats

By Dr. Katie Falk, Veterinarian Diabetes mellitus is a condition of hyperglycemia due to loss or dysfunction of insulin secretion by pancreatic beta cells, diminished insulin sensitivity, or both. Insulin helps transfer glucose from the bloodstream to cells of the...

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How to Pet Proof Your House

By Dr. Karen Farnan, Veterinarian Before bringing a new puppy, kitten or other new addition into your home, you want to make sure that it is safe for the new furry family member. Here are some things to watch out for: Cleaning products can cause skin or stomach...

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Tricks to Keep your Pet Safe This Halloween

By Dr. Paige Roberts, Veterinarian Fall is here and Halloween is just around the corner! The Halloween season is a time of spooky stories, fun costumes, and sweet treats; it also comes with a few unique hazards for our furry friends. Here are a few things you can do...

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Don’t Let Your Pets Fall for Ticks this Season

With the onset of cooler weather, you may be tempted to start dropping your guard against ticks, but did you know that the late summer and early autumn is the peak time for these pesky parasites! Learn how to keep your pets safe from ticks this season.

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Why Kitties Go Crazy for Catnip

By Dr. Steven Wolchinsky, Veterinarian The effects of catnip are like magic. I’m sure you’ve seen your kitty go crazy for the stuff – rubbing all over it, patting at it, writhing around on the floor. But what is it about catnip that makes our feline friends have this...

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Signs to Bring Your Pet to the Vet Immediately

By Dr. Robyn Johnson, Veterinarian The hardest part of being a pet owner is deciding when it’s time to pack up and head to the vet's office immediately. After all, our furry and furless friends don't speak with words, so it’s important for pet parents to read their...

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6 Activities to Enjoy with your Pet this Summer

By Dr. Lindsay Lane, Veterinarian, Partner Summer is here! It's a perfect time to enjoy fun activities for you and your pet. Don't think I just mean dogs either! Some of these ideas can absolutely include our feline friends as well. Before we go through some fun ideas...

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Stress Free Cat Check Ups

By Dr. Anne Ray, Veterinarian Reducing stress for cats coming for a veterinary check up starts at home. They should ALWAYS be transported in a cat carrier for their safety as well as yours. Most cats can be placed into a carrier rather easily. But for those cats that...

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How to Help Your Pet Beat the Summer Heat

By Dr. Marisa Pasekoff, Managing Veterinarian, Partner The coats are packed away and the flip flops are out, finally. SUMMER IS HERE! With the change of the season, we’re spending more time outside. Imagine if you went out into the summer heat with one of those coats...

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