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18Mar 18

Dog Ticks

Dog ticks are usually found in the woods, trees, tall grass and shrubs. Humans, dogs, and other animals that enter these areas are at risk getting a tick. Young dog…

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12Mar 18

Pet Poison Prevention

Next week is Pet Poison Prevention Week.  The American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) will unite with the nation’s 55 poison centers to celebrate the 55th Annual National Pet…

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21Feb 18

Presidents' Day was this week and we found this great list of Presidents and their dogs.  To read more, go to: http://dogtime.com/dog-health/general/5668-list-of-us-presidents-and-their-dogs George Washington (no party): 1st U.S. President (1789-1797) Sweet Lips, Scentwell…

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12Feb 18

Dogs and Chocolate

Theobromine is the ingredient in chocolate that is toxic to dogs. Baking chocolate contains the highest concentration of theobromine. If your dog has accidentally eaten chocolate, look for the following…

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05Feb 18

Brushing Dog Teeth

Brushing your dog's teeth isn't just a suggestion.  Pet dental health is crucial for your pet's overall health.  Below is a great dog brushing explanation from AAHA. Introducing dental care…

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