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Keeping Your Pets Warm

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Keeping Your Pets Warm
Brrr! We’ve seen some of the coldest temperatures the Brazos Valley has seen in recent history, and we’ve even seen SNOW! Chances are, if you’re cold, so is you pet! Follow these tips to make sure your furry friend stays toasty warm this winter!
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Keeping your Pets Safe and Happy This Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving from Chasing Tails! Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate the many things in life we are thankful for, including our four-legged family members! But as you prepare for your day of feasting and family, be sure to remember to keep your pets safe as well. These tips will ensure their holiday is a happy one as well!
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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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College Station, TX 77845 

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