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Top 5 Pet Poisons

Feb 18

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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

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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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3 Easy Steps To Prevent Dangerous Diseases in Your Pet

May 07

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3 Easy Steps To Prevent Dangerous Diseases in Your Pet
You love your four-legged best friend and would do anything to keep her by your side for as long as you can. Fortunately, many health conditions that threaten to shorten your pet’s life are completely preventable, with little effort on your part. A few minutes each month can keep your furry friend healthy for years […]
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Animal Health Care of Marlboro and You: A Partnership for Your Pet’s Life-Long Dental Health

Mar 02

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Animal Health Care of Marlboro and You: A Partnership for Your Pet’s Life-Long Dental Health
Periodontal disease is the most common health problem to affect pets, and without an intentional dental health care program, most pets develop some degree of periodontal disease by 3 years of age. Without early intervention, mild disease will progress to severe periodontal disease that can cause tooth-root infections, abscesses, tooth loss, and significant pain. Many […]
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Canine Influenza Outbreak in Monmouth County

Dec 19

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Canine Influenza Outbreak in Monmouth County
There has been an outbreak of canine influenza (also known as dog flu) in Monmouth County. While canine influenza is not known to spread to humans, almost all dogs are susceptible to canine flu infection and virus infection typically spreads among dogs at shelters or kennels. Canine influenza is a highly contagious respiratory disease spread by […]
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