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Fall Safety Tips for Dogs and Cats

It seems like it was just yesterday that it was summer (oh wait, last week it was!), and we were out enjoying the beach, pool parties and BBQ’s, and helping you keep your pets safe from getting into the leftovers or sharing tips to keep them comfortable during summer fireworks. Now the days are getting shorter, the […]

Preventing Mosquito Borne Diseases in Ho...

Preventing Mosquito Borne Diseases in Horses

Mosquitoes are more than just a pain in the butt for us humans, and a means for transporting deadly heartworm disease that can infect our feline and canine friends (read our blog post on heartworm disease for more information!). They are also the carriers for a slew of infectious diseases in horses as well. While […]

Bravecto | The Newest Flea and Tick Prev...

Bravecto | The Newest Flea and Tick Prevention for Dogs

Have you heard the news? There’s a brand new flea and tick prevention for dogs, and it tastes great (at least that’s what our patients seem to say…if they could talk)! It’s Bravecto®! Get Rid of That Itch! Bravecto is a long acting 12 week flea and tick control in a safe, chew tablet for your […]

Know the Symptoms of Lyme Disease in Dog...

Know the Symptoms of Lyme Disease in Dogs

With this disease becoming even more prevalent in our area, it’s important to know what to look for if your dog’s behavior or activity level changes at all. All dogs in the ti-state area are at risk, a we’re in one of the two locations of the country where it is considered endemic. This makes it […]

Keeping Your Pets Safe During July 4th F...

Keeping Your Pets Safe During July 4th Fireworks and Festivities

The 4th of July, America’s Independence Day, is a time for summer fun, BBQs, and of course, fireworks. But not all of that is as fun for your pets as it is for you. So we’ve made a list of do’s and don’ts to help in keeping your pets safe during July 4th gatherings and […]

Lyme Disease in Horses: Fact vs. Fiction

Lyme Disease in Horses: Fact vs. Fiction

Lyme disease in horses is becoming increasingly prevalent in the United States, with endemic status in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Many of us know of, have worked with, or have owned a horse that has been exposed to Lyme disease at some point in their lives, and as the disease spreads, unfortunately more equestrians […]

 
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