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The Value of an Annual Physical

Don’t wait for your pet to display signs of illness to visit your veterinarian. Like us, our pets need regular monitoring by a medical professional to keep them healthy . A once-a-year trip to the veterinarian is the best way to identify – and prevent – potential health problems. An annual physical gives you a chance to talk with your vet about any changes in your pet’s behaviors and habits.

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  • Finding a Veterinarian for your Best Friend

    Choosing a veterinarian for your pet is much like selecting a physician for yourself: the doctor must meet your needs. In selecting a veterinarian…

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  • Facts & Myths about Spaying and Neutering Your Pet

    For years, the veterinary and animal welfare community has been working to educate pet owners about the benefits of spaying or neutering for family pets. Yet, a large number of dog and cat owners continue to skip this important health care action for the family dog or cat because of misinformation.

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  • Does Your Dog Need a Flu Shot this Winter?

    The news is full of stories about the H1N1 virus and the importance of being vaccinated. What dog owners may not know, though, is that the family pet may also need a flu shot this year.

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  • How Old is Your Pet – Really?

    Do you still count your pet’s age in "dog years," figuring one dog year equals seven human years? If so, it’s time to throw out that old one-to-seven rule of thumb. Canines don’t age the same way humans do.

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Is your pet overweight?

Has your pet put on a few extra pounds recently? Winter weight gain is not uncommon, especially in parts of the country where colder temperatures and inclement weather cut down on outdoor exercise and play time.
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February is Pet Dental Health Month

Does your dog have bad breath? Are his teeth stained yellow and brown? Those could be early warning signs of dental disease, one of the biggest health problems affecting pets today.
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