How Do I Know if My Cat or Dog Is Overweight?

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It’s easy to determine if your dog is overweight or your cat is obese. Follow these three steps to do a body score check at home.

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How to protect your pet during the coronavirus outbreak

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Veterinarians at Kimberly Crest Animal Hospital are taking extra precautions when it comes to their patients.

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Great Indoor Games to Play With Your Dog

By Jordan Upmalis | Article Featured on AKC.org

Being stuck at home, for any reason, can be a bummer for both you and your pup. But even though you’re confined inside, you can still engage in meaningful activities with your dog that can stimulate them mentally and physically. So, the next time you find . . . → Read More: Great Indoor Games to Play With Your Dog

Responsible pet ownership

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Owning a pet is a privilege, but the benefits of pet ownership come with responsibilities.

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Health Tip: 7 Ways to Keep Your Pet Healthy

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FOR the 85 million families who own pets in the United States, your furry friends can feel like family.

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Worming Schedule for Puppies, Dogs, Kittens and Cats

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Worms are probably one of the most common ailments of puppies and kittens but can be cured. Hookworms and roundworms are the most common worms found in puppies and kittens. This is a guide for deworming as recommended by the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists.

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Smart Tips for Running With Small Dogs

BY KRISTEN SEYMOUR | Article Featured on Vetstreet.com

Owning a small dog has its advantages. It’s easier to find hotel rooms and apartments that allow small dogs. Small dogs eat less food (and, as you’ll know if you’ve ever been on poop scooping duty, create less waste) than their larger counterparts. And, if you’re . . . → Read More: Smart Tips for Running With Small Dogs

A Common Sense Approach to NSAIDs and Your Pet’s Pain Management

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Anytime you can relieve your pet’s pain, it’s a big relief for you, too. Thankfully, veterinary medicine offers more ways to do that than ever before. In fact, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, are the most common pain medications prescribed for pets today.

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How to Introduce a New Cat to a Household that Already Has a Cat

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There are many reasons to add a second cat to your household, including to give a home to another homeless cat, to provide a latchkey cat with some feline company, or because of the ever-popular thought: “Why stop at one when two are more fun?”

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Dog Diarrhea – Causes and Treatments

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Why does my dog have diarrhea?

Dog diarrhea is caused for numerous reasons including stress. Common stressful situations that can trigger gastrointestinal (GI) upset in a dog include adoption, boarding, separation anxiety from their owner, changes in the household or environment and introduction of a new pet or family member.

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