Pet Health

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It's important to maintain your pet's dental health

How to maintain your pet’s dental health

(By: Dr. Dym)

Maintaining a healthy and clean mouth in our pets is a critical component of any comprehensive health care program for our dogs and cats. Periodontal disease affects almost 80% of middle age and older pets, and poor oral health has
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There are several fall dangers to pets you should be aware of

Fall safety tips for pets

(By: Dr. Dym)

As the cooler weather of fall and winter approach, there are many potential environmental seasonal stressors that can trigger symptoms and/or illness in sensitive pets. As the first evening frost approaches, many will be adding antifreeze to their cars. Because
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Learn what to do if your pet has a reaction to flea medications

What to do if your pet has a reaction to topical or oral pesticides

(By: Dr. Dym)

There have certainly been many exciting developments in recent years in the fight against flea and tick infestation, as well as heartworm prevention, in our companion animals. Newer oral and topical products are constantly being developed in order to hopefully
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The condition of your pet's skin and coat is a reflection of overall health

How to improve your pet’s skin and coat health

(By: Dr. Dym)

The skin and coat of a pet is often a reflection of the overall health of a dog or cat. Any pet with chronic coat issues should best have a full medical evaluation by a veterinarian to evaluate for any
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