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Canine Bordetella Bronchiseptica is spread by direct contact or aerosols from infected animals. This disease is both a virus and a bacterial agent and causes an upper respiratory infection. It is commonly acquired in boarding facilities but is not limited to kennels. They can acquire “kennel cough” by direct contact at dog parks, grooming facilities or in your own home.
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Canine Parvo Virus Q&A

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Canine Parvo Virus is the most fatal disease that young dogs die from. Parvo can be very difficult and costly to treat once one has acquired it. It can be spread to your pet in several ways. They can contract this disease by direct contact with an infected animal through feces, urine, and other bodily fluids. You can also obtain the virus on your own clothes, shoes, skin, etc. then which your dog can acquire it. This virus can live in the environment for up to a year and takes drastic measures t...
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Canine Rabies Q&A

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Rabies is spread by the saliva of an infected animal. This disease can be spread through bite wounds, sharing community water bowls, etc. This disease attacks the central nervous system of an animal causing it to show neurological signs such as aggressive behavior, abnormal gait, hypersalivation and difficulty swallowing. This disease can also be zoonotic, which means it can be transmitted to humans.
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Pets Need Dental Care!

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Dental disease is the #1 illness affecting pets. Dental care can help your pet live longer!
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It's time to "deck the halls" and enjoy time with your friends and family, including the furry members of your family. However, along with the excitement of the holiday season, this time of year also brings hazards for our pets. According to pets.webmd.com, each year there are more than 100,000 cases of pet poisoning, mostly from household substances. While these accidents can happen any time of year, the holidays pose a particular threat for poisonings and many more hazards. Prote...
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Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

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Here are 4 Thanksgiving Pet Tips! Travel can be stressful for pets, ask your veterinarian about supplements, behavior modification, and medications that can help lessen anxiety.
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Pet Heat Safety

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As the temperatures rise, it’s important to remember that our pets cannot regulate their own temperature as easily as humans can.
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6 Winter Pet Safety Tips

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Here are 6 Winter Pet Safety Tips to help you prepare for the upcoming winter months with your pets: Decorations, Treats & Candy, Outdoor Pets, Antifreeze, Cooked Bones, Young & Old.
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What about Lupo?

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Last year, a black Cocker Spaniel puppy named Lupo (Italian for wolf) with big floppy ears joined the royal family. Despite their high energy level, Cocker Spaniels can be intelligent and loyal family members. But what health concerns should these fairly new parents have as their young prince plays with their furry friend?
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