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“Princess” Saved by Vodka

Ethylene Glycol is a dangerously sweet tasting toxin contained in antifreeze. Both cats and dogs are susceptible but cats particularly…

Canine Lyme Disease

Most people in New England have heard of Lyme disease and in fact, many people have had this terrible disease…

Canned Cat Food Recall

The J.M. Smucker Company Expands Limited Voluntary Recall on Certain Lots of Canned Cat Food Due to Low Levels of…

E-Cigarettes and Nicotine
Check out this video to learn more about the dangers of e-cigarettes, the signs of nicotine poisoning and what to do if your pet is exposed to liquid nicotine.
Feline Ear Mites (Video)

This is a video of Feline Ear Mites. What Are the General Symptoms of Ear Mites in Cats? Excessive scratching…

How to Remove a Tick

Prompt tick removal is essential if you notice one of these tiny creatures on your dog, but using the proper…

Is Your Dog Brachycephalic?

If yes, they are more likely to suffer from certain conditions. Brachycephalic breeds are dogs with short noses such as…

Learn about Ehrlichiosis
Dogs and cats with ehrlichiosis can develop an acute infection that starts with fever, appetite loss and lethargy. Other signs seen in cats and dogs include weight loss, joint pain, vomiting and diarrhea.
Let’s talk about allergies

If your pet suffers from itchy skin, ear infections or "hot spots" your pet may have allergies. Coping with an…

Marijuana Intoxication in Pets
The most common clinical signs in pets after ingesting marijuana are “drunkenness”, depression or urinary incontinence.
PrettyLitter is PrettyCool

Well this one piqued my interest - a kitty litter that changes color alerting you to potential urinary health problems…

Ringling Bros. Circus Closing
The Ringling Bros. circus is closing down after more than 100 years in operation, according to a press release from Feld Entertainment, which has owned the circus for the last 50 years.
Seizures in pets


Core Vaccines Core vaccines are considered vital to all pets based on risk of exposure, severity of disease or transmissibility…

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