Pet Allergies – Part 1

Pet Allergies – Part 1

Nobody likes to see their pet uncomfortable. Itching and scratching is one of most common reasons for a pet parent to book an appointment. Sometimes itching can be explained by a parasite (like mange) or a skin infection, but sometimes dogs and cats develop allergies....

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Potty Problems

Potty Problems

Few things are less welcome in a pet-loving home than potty accidents. Whether of the liquid, solid, or in-between variety, a break in potty training can leave even the most level-headed and loving of pet parents exasperated. Potty problems can have several sources,...

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Cat Got Your Couch? Try This!

Cat Got Your Couch? Try This!

While it can be frustrating when cats scratch and damaged furniture and other household items, and it may be tempting to want to stop the scratching altogether, it’s important to remember that scratching itself is a normal, innate behavior for cats. In most cases,...

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture, the ancient practice of inserting needles into specific points of the body, is an amazing tool for healing and balancing pets as well as people. These specific points are considered by the ancient Chinese to be located along the pathways of “Qi” flow...

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Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection of the liver and kidneys spread by the urine of dogs, coyotes, raccoons, skunks, and rodents. It is contracted by ingesting water contaminated with such urine. Humans can contract leptospirosis, as well, if they come in contact...

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Three Year Rabies Vaccines

Three Year Rabies Vaccines

The three-year rabies vaccines allow you to decrease the number of injections your pet receives over a lifetime while still keeping them safe and legal. The three-year vaccine requires that a pet has had a one-year vaccination prior to it. For pets that have been in...

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