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About 10 years ago the FDA put out a warning about jerky treats coming from China making pets sick. To date, the FDA has not found the source of the jerky treats that are making pets ill.
Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition in cats and dogs and it's completely preventable. Does your pet’s breath smell? Do friends and family shy away from Fluffy’s kisses? Then your pet probably has periodontal disease.
The holidays have arrived! For some, they are the best time of the year, but for our pets, it can be the most dangerous. As much as we enjoy shiny decorations and rich, delicious foods, they can pose major health and safety risks to our four-legged companions.
Not only has the prevalence of diabetes been rising in the human population, but our diagnosis of diabetes in dogs and cats has also been increasing as well.
Why does your vet have nothing to say to guide you when you ask about CBD products?
What are blue-green algae and how does it affect your pets?
Summer is a great time to bond with our four-legged family members, but higher temperatures can also mean a higher risk for our furry companions. We have a few tips for you to help keep your furry friends safe.
Why does my vet recommend annual lab work for my pet?