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Don’t Forget Your Pets

Don’t Forget Your Pets

Pet Overheating is a Serious Matter It’s time to talk about your pets and making sure to never leave a pet in a hot vehicle.  While the goal should be to not leave your furry loved ones unattended in a vehicle no matter what time of year it is, summer temperatures can...
Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets

Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets

Florida is no stranger to disasters. Whether it’s vicious hurricanes, devastating floods, or sudden sinkholes, every Floridian has a story to tell. Each type of disaster requires certain measures to keep both you and your pets safe. You may know from watching the news...
5 of Your Most Burning Rabies Questions Answered

5 of Your Most Burning Rabies Questions Answered

Even the word “rabies” strikes fear into many a pet owner. You don’t have to watch Old Yeller or Cujo to know that you do not want your furry friend to ever come in contact with the dreaded virus. Luckily, rabies is less common than it once was, though it still...
How to Deal with a Dog Who Bites

How to Deal with a Dog Who Bites

It’s hard to believe your sweet dog is capable of biting you. However, that is the case for the millions of Americans bitten every year by dogs, with children being the most common victims. It is very important that you realize that any dog, no matter how docile, has...
Bathroom Behavior Issues in Cats

Bathroom Behavior Issues in Cats

Has your cat decided to leave the small confines of her designated bathroom and make the world her litter box? Cat behavioral problems in regard to litter box usage can have various causes. These causes can arise from an aversion to the location or type of litter, a...
Diabetes in Pets: How You Can Make a Difference

Diabetes in Pets: How You Can Make a Difference

It’s not just a disease in humans, cats and dogs get diabetes too. In fact, the illness is steadily increasing among American pets. While your pet can lead a happy life with diabetes, it’s still a condition that requires constant, lifelong management and care. Type I...