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With the Thanksgiving long weekend approaching, we wanted to remind everyone of the dangers that could put our pets in danger this holiday season.
September is Rabies Awareness Month and September 28 is World Rabies day. We wanted to take this opportunity to provide some information regarding this fatal disease.
We wanted to take this time to remind you how important it is to protect your pet from not only these pests but the diseases they carry.
Unfortunately, the warmer weather also brings some hazards for our pets. Please remember that if it’s too hot for you outside, it is definitely too hot for your pets!
Many pet owners are turning to homemade and raw diets in the hopes that it will be healthier for their pets. Learn about the pros and cons of this type of diet.
Overweight pets are at risk of developing one or more serious health issues and this is not what any pet owner wants.
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