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Posts By: Alexandra Thell, DVM

Heartworm Prevention: Mosquitoes are Coming!

Posted April 25, 2017 @ 11:19am

Heartworm Prevention: Mosquitoes are Coming!It’s easier to prevent heartworm disease than to treat the life-threatening heart and lung disease that can follow. To learn more about Heartworm disease, please talk to your family veterinarian, read our Heartworm Disease blog, or visit the...

 

Autumn Hazards for Pets: Rat and Mouse Poisons

Posted October 11, 2016 @ 9:55am

Autumn Hazards for Pets: Rat and Mouse PoisonsFall is here--the season of changing colors, apple orchard visits, and pumpkin spice lattes! During this time of year, rodents also feel a chill in the air and look for a warm place to call home. Many people place rat and mouse-killing bait around...

 

6 Things You Should Know About Pet Nutrition Part II

Posted August 30, 2016 @ 11:51am

6 Things You Should Know About Pet Nutrition Part IIIf you haven’t read our first three tips in Part I, click here! If you’ve already read Part I, then here are our last three pet nutrition tips!4. Food should be enjoyable. Palatability is a very important aspect of diet...

 

6 Things You Should Know About Pet Nutrition Part I

Posted August 23, 2016 @ 11:14am

6 Things You Should Know About Pet Nutrition Part IMeet Dexter. He loves food, and I love feeding him. If Dexter ruled the world, he would eat everything (i.e. kibble, canned food, squirrels, bacon, etc.) except non-food items and kale. Dexter is not fond of kale. Despite his...

 

What Pet Owners Need to Know about Tularemia

Posted July 12, 2016 @ 1:07pm

What Pet Owners Need to Know about TularemiaTularemia, also known as rabbit or deerfly fever, is an uncommon, though important, cause of fever in people and animals. Since the start of 2016, there have been two confirmed cases in local cats by the University of Minnesota. What is...

 

Why Should I Microchip My Pet?

Posted June 7, 2016 @ 1:44pm

Why Should I Microchip My Pet? Summer is coming and you’ll likely be spending more time outside. Help your pets stay safe in the event of an accidental escape with proper identification (ID) tags AND a microchip!ID TagsID tags come in many colors, shapes and variable...

 

 
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