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Back-To-School: Don’t Forget Your Pets!

Sep 16

Categories: Blog, Life, Pet boarding, Pet safety

Back-To-School: Don’t Forget Your Pets!
Now that summer vacation is over and we’re getting closer to the beginning of fall, backpacks are brimming with fresh notebooks, outfits are laid out to prepare for early morning alarms, and schedules are slowly but surely filling up with parent-teacher conferences, soccer practices, piano lessons, and more! While it may be a relief for […]
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Holiday Safety For Cats

Dec 13

Categories: Blog, Pet safety

Holiday Safety For Cats
Cats, being the inquisitive creatures that they are, appreciate things that are new and different. Because the holidays bring an array of novel and interesting stimuli into the home, the curious kitty can certainly get into trouble. The following is an interesting article from Cornell Univeristy’s College of Veterinary Medicine about cat safety during the […]
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Halloween Safety tips for Marlboro Pets

Oct 10

Categories: Blog, Pet safety

Halloween Safety tips for Marlboro Pets
Halloween Safety tips for Marlboro Pets   As we approach Halloween in Marlboro or as we at Animal Health Care of Marlboro like to say Howl-a-ween, we wanted to share some safety tips from the ASPCA to ensure your pets in our Marlboro, Manalapan, Freehold and surrounding areas have a happy, safe and healthy Halloween. […]
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Flea and Tick Product Alert

Oct 01

Categories: Blog, Events, News, Pet safety

  The information below about flea and tick products is from the FDA:   Animal Drug Safety Communication: FDA Alerts Pet Owners and Veterinarians About Potential for Neurologic Adverse Events Associated with Certain Flea and Tick Products The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting pet owners and veterinarians to be aware of the potential for […]
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Dog Ticks

Mar 18

Categories: Blog, Lyme disease, Pet safety, 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 ticks often feed on small, wild animals that are found in forests and prairies. Adult dog ticks tend to seek larger hosts, such as dogs […]
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