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Is Your Dog Choking or Reverse Sneezing?

Sep 01

Categories: Pet safety

Is Your Dog Choking or Reverse Sneezing?
If your dog reverse sneezes, they may sound like they are choking, especially if you have never heard a reverse sneeze. Do you know the definition of a reverse sneeze, and how to tell the difference between this condition and a choking episode? Our team at Animal Health Care of Marlboro would like to help […]
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Everything Pet Owners Need to Know About Heatstroke

Jul 23

Categories: Pet safety, Uncategorized

Everything Pet Owners Need to Know About Heatstroke
The summer heat and humidity can cause more than discomfort for your four-legged companion. Pets are susceptible to heatstroke, which can be life-threatening, especially if not addressed promptly. Our team at Animal Health Care of Marlboro asked Patty the pug to report on what pet owners should know about this concerning issue, to help you […]
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The Importance of Puppy Socialization

May 28

Categories: Blog, Pet Behavior

The Importance of Puppy Socialization
If you have recently adopted a “pandemic puppy,” you are not alone. Many families have taken this opportunity to bring a new furry family member into the fold. Whether you have adopted a puppy because you have more time on your hands, are looking for companionship, or need something positive in your life, you want […]
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Top 5 Pet Poisons

Feb 18

Categories: Uncategorized

Top 5 Pet Poisons
We love our pets’ natural curiosity and sense of adventure. But, those same endearing qualities can land our furry friends in a heap of trouble. Pets who can’t resist eating something that looks or smells interesting often end up with an unplanned visit to our veterinary hospital. While we love to see you and your […]
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Heartworm Disease and Your Pet

Sep 22

Categories: Uncategorized

Heartworm Disease and Your Pet
Summer may be over, but mosquitoes are hearty pests, and protecting your pet from heartworm disease is a year-round responsibility. Heartworm disease is most prevalent in hot, humid areas, such as the Southeastern U.S., but has been diagnosed in every state—including Alaska—throughout the year. According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council, more than 1,700 New […]
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