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National Pet Dental Health Month
Feb 20 2020
Picture this, you come home from a long day at work and your dog runs to greet you. You bend down and your dog covers you in wet slobbery kisses….
National Train Your Dog Month
Jan 21 2020
Why Is it important to train my dog? Training is an important part of any dog’s life, and is important for many reasons. Not only does it provides mental…
National Cat Lover’s Month
Dec 19 2019
While we may not really need a reason to love cats, here are some insightful reasons as to why so many people love cats! -Cat’s don’t adjust personality traits…
Senior Pet Care
Nov 13 2019
It’s no surprise that senior pets have different care requirements than those of younger pets. It varies, but cats and small dogs are generally considered geriatric at the age of…
So You Want to Adopt a Pet?
Oct 25 2019
Adopting a new pet is a fun and exciting time! It can be daunting though, and should not be treated lightly. You should always take the following into consideration: Why…
World Rabies Day
Sep 25 2019
World Rabies Day is September 28 Rabies remains a major concern worldwide, killing tens of thousands of people every year. While it is a deadly disease, it is 100% preventable….
Vaccinations- Facts and Questions answered
Aug 23 2019
5 Reasons to Vaccinate Your Pet Vaccinations prevent many pet illnesses. Vaccinations can help avoid costly treatments for diseases that can be prevented. Vaccinations prevent diseases that can be passed…
Ticks…More than Just Creepy
Jun 03 2019
Ticks are more than just creepy pests, they can spread a number of different diseases that affect both pets and people Ticks can transmit Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, Rocky Mountain Spotted…
Apr 16 2019
Heartworm Disease You have probably heard about it numerous times, but what do you truly know about it? What causes it? What exactly does it do, aside from being really…
Starbuck- Bright Future!
Nov 13 2018
Starbuck, a 7 year old Siberian cat, was initially brought in to see Dr. Singleton because her family was concerned about a growth on her tail that had continued to…