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Cats receive far less medical care than dogs, and one of the most frequently cited barriers to vet visits is difficulty getting cats into their carrier.
To better understand the risks to your pets and the precautions you should be taking, we have put together this COVID-19 and pets Q&A based on the best evidence available.
Lilies, one of the most dangerous toxins that cats can be exposed to. Almost every kind of Lily is lethal to cats, and there is no safe level of exposure.
Grapes, raisins, and currants, can cause kidney failure and even death in dogs. This includes oatmeal raisin cookies, cinnamon raisin bagels, trail mix, and raisin bran.
Onions, garlic, chives, and leeks are in the Allium family, and are poisonous to both dogs and cats if the dose is right.
Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications like Aleve (naproxen), Advil (ibuprofen), Aspirin (ASA), and Tylenol (acetaminophen) can be deadly if given to your cat or dog.
It's Poison Prevention week, so we will be sharing important information about different pet toxins. Easter is just around the corner with all of its delicious chocolate treats.
Casper and Lucky are now ready for adoption! These two sweet cats came into our care when their owner Stanley passed away suddenly last month.
What IS a laparoscopic spay? It is done using a camera and precise instruments inserted through two tiny incisions in your pet’s abdomen, and used to remove only the ovaries.
Did you know that diabetes is actually quite common in dogs and cats? Find out how to help prevent your pet from developing diabetes, what symptoms to watch for, etc.
Halloween is a fun time of year for humans, but not always the case for pets. A parade of strangers in even stranger outfits ringing the doorbell can cause anxiety.
Today is World Rabies Day. Here are the top 5 things you need to know about this fatal disease.
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