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Puppy Training Tampa: Teaching Your Puppy to Mind Her Manners

Puppy training should begin from the moment you bring your new pet home – it will go much faster and smoother when your pet is young. Early training can help in such important areas as communicating with your pet, training … Continue reading

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Top 10 Tips for Safe Car Travel With Your Pet

For some pet parents, a trip’s no fun if the four-legged members of the family can’t come. But traveling can be highly stressful, both for you and your animal companions. With thoughtful preparation, you can ensure a safe and comfortable … Continue reading

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Prevent Lyme Disease in Your Pet

Some info courtesy of VetStreet April is Prevent Lyme Disease in Pets Month. As the weather gets warmer and our pets spend more time outdoors, including beachy and wooded areas, we wanted to answer a few frequently asked questions about … Continue reading

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Signs that your dog may have Arthritis

Arthritis is one of the oldest diseases in history. We know that the dinosaurs had it and there is evidence that early humans lived with the same chronic aches and pains. So it makes sense that Dogs Get Arthritis, too. … Continue reading

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Twice a Year… For Life!

How much do you know about the pet aging process? Because pets age much faster than people, only having an annual exam means that more than a calendar year has passed in the pet’s life between veterinary visits. “A visit … Continue reading

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Breed Specific Screening Guidelines

Early detection is important to a happy and healthy life for your pet.  We provide individualized care based on each pet’s unique needs, such as age, breed, weight, and lifestyle. Certain breeds have genetic predisposition to certain diseases, and we … Continue reading

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Noisy Canines – Solving Barking and Growling Problems

Most dogs get noisy when exposed to anything new or unusual.  The stimuli that trigger noise can very from dog to dog and from household to household.  This vocalization can come in the form of barking, whining, growling, or howling. … Continue reading

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Nearly 600 U.S. pet deaths associated with Chinese jerky treats; cause is still elusive

Oct 23, 2013 DVM360 MAGAZINE Australian research blames unknown toxin; FDA encourages veterinarians to submit reports, data and urine samples from suspected cases. In the wake of an Australian Veterinary Journal article outlining a study of dogs exposed to dried … Continue reading

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Piranha Puppies – Keeping Biting & Mouthing Under Control

It’s normal for a puppy to use her mouth during play and social interaction, but it’s certainly no fun having those sharp teeth embedded in your ankle or arm. It’s important to teach your puppy how to use her mouth … Continue reading

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Dog restraints fail in auto crash tests 100 percent of the time, study says

by NEWStat Some areas such as New Jersey have considered implementing laws mandating that drivers protect their pets by securing them with restraints. But according to a recently released study from the Center for Pet Safety, the restraints themselves are … Continue reading

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