Cold Weather Tips for Dogs

Despite the popular misconception, fur alone is not enough to protect dogs from the elements. The fact is that, much like people, dogs have varying degrees of tolerance when it comes to temperature extremes. Even the hardiest breeds are susceptible to hypothermia and...

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Cats and Cars in Cold Weather

During the cold winter months cats will often seek out any warm space they can find. One particularly irresistible lure seems to be the cozy confines of a warm car engine. Unfortunately, cats that seek shelter under the hoods of cars can then be injured or killed when...

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ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you think your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call (888) 426-4435. A $65 consultation fee may be...

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5 Tips to Protect Your Dog This Holiday Season

Well, here we are again. While it seems we were just preparing for summer vacation, it’s the holiday season already. The holidays bring much with them, including celebrations, decorations and unfortunately, potential hazards for our pets. Make sure this holiday season...

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5 Tips to Help Stop Dog Barking

Living with a dog that barks constantly can be quite an irritant. Not just for the dog’s human family but potentially for neighbors, dog training classmates, and more. As a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant, I have a confession to make – I have one of those annoying...

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10 Signs of Cancer in Dogs

“I just can’t believe we couldn’t tell Missy had cancer,” said my teary-eyed client.  “There were no warning signs,” she added, as we discussed the biopsy results after removing a cancerous mass in the intestine. It is notoriously difficult to detect cancer early in...

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Most Frequent Pet Injuries

CUTS AND SCRAPES Cuts (lacerations) and scrapes (abrasions) in the skin are common in dogs and cats. Most are minor injuries that heal quickly with minimal treatment, but some are more serious injuries that may require surgery. Lacerations are cuts in the skin caused...

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