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Managing Arthritis

Arthritis is inflammation of a joint.  It can occur in any joint, including the spine and jaw.  Signs of arthritis include painful or stiff joint movement, joint swelling and a grating sensation during joint movement.  Arthritis can also cause fever and redness of the skin over the joint. Polyarthritis is inflammation of several joints at […]

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National Pet Diabetes Month

Diabetes is an enduring disease that has persisted through time, but in recent years there has been an increase in diagnoses. Many people may know diabetes as a metabolic disease, the body’s inadequate production or inability to use insulin. Diabetes in humans can either be inherited at an early age or developed later in life […]

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National Check the Chip Day

Follow the link below to view a brief video explaining why you should consider microchipping your pet: https://youtu.be/n0kySDFlxlQ Pet owners, please take advantage of this reminder:  1) Make an appointment with your veterinarian for microchipping if your pet isn’t already microchipped (then make sure that your pet’s chip is immediately registered). 2) Check your already-microchipped […]

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Sileo – Noise Aversion

            What is Sileo? A simple approach to a complex problem: the first and only FDA-approved treatment indicated for the treatment of canine noise aversion. SILEO® (dexmedetomidine oromucosal gel) is an oromucosal gel formulation of dexmedetomidine. Using the syringe, SILEO is easily administered between the cheek and gum, allowing for […]

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Proviable

What is Proviable? Proviable is a probiotic.  Probiotics are supplements that contain live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms that are necessary for a healthy digestive tract.  The GI tract contains good and bad bacteria.  If they get out of balance, a probiotic helps supply good bacteria needed to reestablish a healthy balance.  Proviable is our product […]

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Gastrointestinal Health

The GI tract has three main functions: digestion absorption prevention of toxins from entering your pet’s body Your pet’s digestive tract is essentially an unsterile tube from the mouth to the anus. It is the largest immune reactive surface in your pet’s body, and it is exposed daily to pathogens, viruses, bacteria and food particles. […]

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Proper Nutrition for Senior Dogs & Cats

As our pets age, they go through a lot of significant physical changes. Their nutritional requirements change as well. The way the body uses energy changes, along with the amount of substance needed to produce energy. This process, known as metabolism, tends to slow down, especially in dogs, so that the need for fat and calories […]

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