Pet Health

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Carbon monoxide poisoning is a concern especially with smaller pets

Carbon monoxide poisoning—could your pet be at risk?

(By: Dr. Dym)

This is a good time of year to become aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning in both pets and people. This is especially a concern with smaller dogs and cats. For the safety of your pets, animal guardians
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Establish healthy habits for your dog and yourself

Revealed: How to make 2015 your pet’s healthiest year

(By: Dr. Dym)

With the arrival of 2015, not only is this a great time for us to set some New Year’s resolutions for a life of good health, but also for our animal companions. While every situation will be unique with individualized
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Help your new pet to a healthy start

A healthy start for your new pet

(By: Dr. Dym)

Around the holidays, many people make the decision to add a new canine or feline family member, either from a shelter or breeder. Health care decisions will be dependent upon the age of the newly adopted pet. Every new pet
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Digestive upset is common in pets around the holidays

Digestive upset during the holidays? How to help your pet

(By: Dr. Dym)

Around the holidays, probably one of the most common issues seen in the veterinary clinic is the development of digestive upset in dogs and cats, usually vomiting and/or diarrhea. This is especially common this time of year, when animals often
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