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Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets

Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets

Importance of Preventive Screenings for Senior Pets   One thing we can all agree on is that our pets do not live long enough. On top of their shorter lifespan, rapid health changes arise in their later years. Although young pets can develop health issues...

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Have a Cool Pet This Summer by Following These 4 Tips 

Have a Cool Pet This Summer by Following These 4 Tips 

Have a Cool Pet This Summer by Following These 4 Tips    Summertime is full of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, although high temperatures and humidity can make it uncomfortable for your pet. Help your furry pal beat the heat with the following tips.  ...

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How To Keep Your Pet Calm With Noise Aversion

How To Keep Your Pet Calm With Noise Aversion

How To Keep Your Pet Calm With Noise Aversion   Many pets are scared of loud noises, whether they’re caused by the vacuum cleaner, construction, or fireworks. Although you may not be able to avoid all of these sounds completely, you can help your furry pal cope...

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4 End-of-Life Care Options For Your Pet

4 End-of-Life Care Options For Your Pet

4 End-of-Life Care Options For Your Pet No pet owner wants to think about life without their pet, however, eventually, a decision must be made about what to do for your pet’s end-of-life care. In some cases, such as with chronic health problems or terminal conditions,...

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How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home

How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home

How to Get Your New Cat to Not Feel Stressed at Home June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month! Welcoming a new cat into your home and family is an excellent idea any time of year; however, naturally, your new feline friend may be unsure and anxious in their new surroundings....

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Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?

Does Your Dog Have Canine Anxiety?   Anxiety in dogs is more common than you might think. Signals that indicate your pup could be anxious can be difficult to detect, but once you know what to look for, you may find them to be pretty obvious. In honor of Dog...

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What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets

What You Need to Know About Skin Allergies in Pets   As spring brings warmer weather and new growth, it also brings something more threatening—pollen. This yellow substance triggers irritating allergies in people and pets alike and can cause a wide variety of...

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How to Prevent Hairballs 

How to Prevent Hairballs 

How to Prevent Hairballs    Did you know there is a day dedicated to hairballs? As a cat owner, you likely don’t need a special day to draw attention to your cat’s hairballs, but April 29 is National Hairball Awareness Day. Let’s take a closer look at why...

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It Pays to Be Prepared: How to Pack a Pet First Aid Kit

It Pays to Be Prepared: How to Pack a Pet First Aid Kit

It Pays to Be Prepared: How to Pack a Pet First Aid Kit   Your furry pal is surrounded by hazards every day. Sometimes, these hazards can cause a life-threatening or fatal condition if not treated quickly enough, which is where pet first aid comes into play. In...

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Danger Alert! Common Pet Toxins 

Danger Alert! Common Pet Toxins 

Danger Alert! Common Pet Toxins    Household toxins are a common source of pet poisoning, particularly in the kitchen or bathroom. However, potential hazards can lurk everywhere, including in your garage, garden, and cupboards. Brush up on your toxin knowledge...

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Burton, MI 48529

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If you are concerned about any symptoms that your pet may be experiencing, please call (810) 238-7557. We recommend that all concerns warrant an exam and consultation with a veterinarian.