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Beat the Heat With These Summer Pet Safety Tips

Posted June 28, 2016

It doesn’t matter if you have a cat, dog or rabbit, if you think it is hot, guaranteed your pet does too. The only problem is that you can vocalize how you feel much easier than they can. Pets are susceptible to the heat too and are at risk of suffering from heat stroke because […]

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Remy – a shorthair American Tabby with kidney, thyroid and aches and pains

Posted June 27, 2016

* Thank you Cheryl for sharing Remy’s story with us. * “Remy is a shorthair American Tabby, who is 18 years old.  She has many ailments including kidney, thyroid and aches and pains. We give her Omega 3 oils, Resthyro and ES Clear.  She is the sweetest cat, and diesn’t mind taking her meds.  She […]

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Vet Talk: Integrative Care For Cancer in Pets

Posted June 21, 2016

In my veterinary clinic one of the most common and unfortunate cases I’m presented with is cancer in pets. As an integrative veterinary practice, the owners who see us are seeking help with how to improve quality of life, extend life with holistic therapies, or ease chemotherapy side effects. Diet, supplements, acupuncture, physical therapy, and […]

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Making Friends: How to Introduce Cats to Each Other

Posted June 14, 2016

You might be excited for the newest addition to your fur family, but your other cats already in your household might not share the same enthusiasm. A new cat member can often cause jealousy, competition and fights. It may not be the pleasant experience for either party that you were expecting. To avoid any negative […]

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Vet Talk – Urinary tract infections in dogs and cats

Posted June 7, 2016

Anyone with a bladder infection can attest to the pain, aching, and discomfort it brings. It’s the same for urinary tract infections in dogs and cats; but because they can’t always say what’s going on, it’s important to know the signs and symptoms to look out for so your pet doesn’t continue to suffer. Signs […]

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