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Are Hairballs Normal for Cats?

Are Hairballs Normal for Cats?

Part of cat ownership involves coming across furry, slimy tubes, otherwise known as hairballs. Depending on your cat’s hair coat length, you may encounter hairballs with such regular frequency that you become worried about your feline friend’s health. Our team at...

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My Pet Ingested a Toxin. What Do I Do?

My Pet Ingested a Toxin. What Do I Do?

March is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, so we’d like you to brush up on the steps to take if your furry pal has been in contact with a potentially toxic substance. First, don’t panic and then follow these step-by-step instructions from our veterinary team at...

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7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

7 Signs That Your Pet is in Pain

Your furry friend can't tell you when they are in pain, and they often can hide it for quite some time. Keep an eye out for these seven signs of pain in your pet so that you can get them relief at the first hint of discomfort!   #1: Decreased activity...

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Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes is a very common disease in pets. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing diabetes. By knowing the signs you will be able to help diagnose and treat your furry friend as early as possible.   Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body...

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Foods Not to Feed Your Feline

Foods Not to Feed Your Feline

Cats can be picky eaters, so once they seem to like something, many pet owners will stick with it. There are a few foods, however, you should avoid feeding your cat, and some might be pretty surprising.   Tuna A cat fed a steady diet of tuna prepared for humans...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know your female pet should be spayed to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know exactly what happens during a spay surgery. Take a look at the steps involved in spaying your female pet.   Step 1:...

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