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10 Summer Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe

With summer quickly approaching it is time for a friendly reminder on how you can keep your furry companion safe!

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Cat Over-Population – Why to Spay and Neuter Your Cat

Spring is eventually going to get here and along with warm weather comes kittens.

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Easter Danger – Your Cat Ate What?

Did you know that Easter can pose a significant threat to your feline friends?

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Ana-Who? Anaplasmosis … and Your Pet

Anaplasmosis is a tick-borne disease that can affect dogs, cats and people.

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How to Recognize When Your Pet is in Pain

Our pets feel pain just like we do, but they might act slightly different depending on what is going on with them!

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Does your feline have extra toes? The history behind Polydactyl Cats

Most cats have 18 toes; five toes on each of their front feet, and four on the back.  My cat, Mandy Pawtinkin, is blessed with 22 toes.  She has a congenital physical anomaly called polydactyly (Greek for ‘many digits’).  It is a genetic mutation that causes cats to be born with more than the usual number of toes on one or more of its paws.

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