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Tamp-out Hot Spots

June 8, 2016

Nobody likes a bad hair day, not even your dog. But what if he is vigorously licking or scratching at his hair and still not achieving that '80s big hair look he so desires? Your pooch may have a hot spot that needs immediate medical attention. 

Known medically as acute moist dermatitis, hot spots generally appear

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Have a Peachy Picnic

June 6, 2016

As we load up the picnic baskets this summer and head to a local park to enjoy Mother Nature, we are inclined to include our pet pals in the activities. While we may bring along our favorite foods, many popular picnic foods are considered dangerous and/or poisonous to dogs and cats. These include:

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Chip Your Pet, Reunite Quicker

June 3, 2016

A handful of firecrackers, crack of thunder or ever-so-slightly leaving the back gate open in the yard ... None of these would seem life changing on the surface, or even be something we'd give more than a passing thought, but man's best friend can be easily spooked or inclined to explore beyond their friendly confines, often without us knowing until they are long gone. What's a responsible pet parent to do to help ensure a beloved pet is protected if they run away or wander off?

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Moo-ving into June - Dairy Month

June 1, 2016

It's the dollop of ice cream on a fresh piece of pie or just a dollop of ice cream in a bowl. Maybe it's a large glass of chocolate milk either for breakfast or after a hard workout. Add in a couple of pieces of string cheese in your lunch bag, and it's easy to see that we love our dairy products. June is National Dairy Month, and simply put, have you thanked a cow or dairy farmer today for that cool, refreshing treat?

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Made in the Shade - Heat Awareness

May 31, 2016

The National Weather Service has named May 23 National Heat Awareness Day, reminding pet parents to pay attention to their fur babies when the temperatures outside begin to soar.

- Protect her paws! If you can't comfortably place the back of your hand on the ground,

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