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  • Aug 11 2022

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    Immunization: The Core of Your Pet’s Preventive Healthcare

    Immunizations, or vaccines, are one of the greatest medical discoveries – they fundamentally changed modern medicine. Starting with the smallpox vaccine in the 18th century, vaccines continue to be…

  • Aug 04 2022

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    Dogust 4th is International Assistance Dog Day!

    Dogust (a.k.a. August) 4th marks International Assistance Dog Day – a day to recognize assistance dogs and their dedicated caregivers and trainers, and to help educate the public about the…

  • Jul 28 2022

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    Could Your Pet Be a Life-Saving Hero?

    Yohann, a three-legged rescue greyhound from Scotland, was recently recognized for saving the lives of 64 dogs. He doesn’t have any superpowers—he is a blood donor. Pets, like people, may require…

  • Jul 21 2022

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    Blue-Green Algae: Danger Lurking in the Water

    It’s HOT out! Heat waves seem like the best time to take the pooch to a pond, lake, river, or stream, where she can get some exercise while staying cool and hydrated. Ironically, it may be the worst…

  • Jul 14 2022

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    High Tech for Pets: Friend or Foe?

    The pet technology industry is booming. In 2021, it generated USD 1.41 billion in revenue and is expected to rise to USD 3.65 billion by 2030. While some features can enhance a pet’s quality of…

  • Jul 07 2022

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    The Veterinary Workforce is in Crisis

    You may have recently noticed that wait times for veterinary appointments, emergency care, and prescription refills are getting longer. This is because the veterinary workforce is in crisis. While the…

  • Jun 30 2022

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    Help Your Pup Keep His Cool This Summer

    Summer is here and that means long, warm, sunny days to spend with our pups outside! Just as we take our own summer safety precautions like wearing sunscreen and staying hydrated, the same goes for…

  • Jun 23 2022

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    Senior Pets: When “Slowing Down” is More Serious

    As our pets enter their “golden years” we often presume they will start “slowing down”, with longer naps and shorter play sessions. While some of these changes are normal and expected, others…