Fall Pet Safety Tips: A New Season Brings New Dangers

  Whether you’re a fan of football, festivals, Halloween, or all things pumpkin spice, there is plenty to love about fall. The change in seasons also brings about new potential dangers for our pets. Check out these tips and information to ensure your fall remains festive and doesn’t include a trip to the ER.   Fall Decorations Be thoughtful about where you use fall decorations. Plastic pumpkins, skeletons, or other décor with…

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Six Things to Know About Kennel Cough and Your Pet

  Kennel cough is considered to be a common and contagious canine ailment. Owners have described it as sounding as if something is stuck in their dog’s throat. Kennel cough can be compared to a chest cold in humans—and there are times you may need to seek veterinary treatment.   Here are six things to know about kennel cough: Kennel cough (infectious tracheobronchitis) is a contagious respiratory tract infection caused by the bacteria Bordetella…

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How to Help Your Cat Have Stress-Free Vet Visits

  If you love cats, you know that they are curious, independent, and a joy to have around. They are also easily scared, like to be in control, and are homebodies. They are often suspicious of new places and people and do not like loud noises or unfamiliar smells. All of this can make vet visits challenging for cats and the humans who love them.   Cats have been…

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