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Welcome!:

Welcome!

Good Questions to Ask Your Vet:

Good Questions to Ask Your Vet Is My Pet at a Healthy Weight? Could I be providing a more appropriate food? Is That [Insert Odd Behavior Here] Normal? Does My Pet Need a Dental Cleaning? What are these Lumps and Bumps? Source: PetMD

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Did you know? Imagine what your mouth would feel like if you didn’t brush your teeth every day. Gross, right? Pets need dental care too! Ask us how to help keep your pet’s smile healthy.

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And now a word from Maru ..

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Did you know? Pets can get fleas in the winter. Fleas come out of hibernation (and are hungry) when the temperature gets above 45° F.

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The Best Welcome Home

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Did you know? We now have an online pharmacy! Visit our website for more information.

Fun Fact::

Fun Fact: According to a recent survey, the most popular name for a dog is Max. Other popular names include Molly, Sam, Zach, and Maggie.

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Fun Fact A cat uses its whiskers as feelers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

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Did you know? According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council, 1 out of 259 dogs tested in Pennsylvania came up positive for heartworm disease in 2016.

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Fun Fact Dogs have about 100 different facial expressions, most of them made with the ears.

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Fun Fact Three dogs survived the sinking of the Titanic – two Pomeranians  and one  Pekingese .

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Fun Fact The twitching and paw movements that occur during sleep are signs that your pet is dreaming.

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Did you know? Why are dogs’ noses so wet?   Dogs’ noses secrete a thin layer of mucous that helps them absorb scent. They then lick their noses to sample the scent through their mouth.

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Did you know? Anal glands are scent glands on either side of the rectum in carnivores. They are essentially a chemical fingerprint.

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Did you know? Skunks spray from their anal glands. They (fortunately!) are the only animals who can control their glands in this way.

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Fun Fact Dogs and cats have three eyelids: 1) upper lid, 2) lower lid 3) the third lid, called a nictitating membrane. It helps keep the eye moist and protected.

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Did you know? Indoor only cats can get intestinal parasites. We can bring the eggs for these worms inside on our shoes, where our furry friends can come in contact with them. Also, most potting soil contains intestinal parasite eggs, and if kitty likes to dig in house plants, they can pick them up that way too.

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Did you know? Dogs and cats can be allergic to anything a human can. Instead of sneezing, animals usually lick their feet, get ear infections, and scratch or over groom themselves.

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Did you know? Tylenol (Acetaminophen) is extremely poisonous to cats. Even one dose can be fatal!

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Fun Fact In one litter of kittens, there could be multiple "father" cats.

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Fun Fact Dogs can be trained to detect epileptic seizures before they happen.

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Did you know? Top 10 reported dog toxins 1. Chocolate 2. Mouse and Rat Poisons (rodenticides) 3. Vitamins and Minerals (e.g., Vitamin D3, iron, etc.) 4. NSAIDs (e.g., ibuprofen, naproxen, etc.) 5. Cardiac Medications (e.g., calcium channel blockers, beta-blockers, etc.) 6. Cold and Allergy Medications (e.g., pseudoephedrine, phenylephrine, etc.) 7. Antidepressants (e.g., selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) 8. Xylitol 9. Acetaminophen (e.g., Tylenol) 10. Caffeine Pills

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Did you know? Top 10 Report Cat Toxins 1. Topical spot-on insecticides (such as over-the-counter flea prevention) 2. Household Cleaners 3. Antidepressants 4. Lilies 5. Insoluble Oxalate Plants (e.g., Dieffenbachia, Philodendron, etc.) 6. Human and Veterinary NSAIDs 7. Cold and Flu Medication (e.g., Tylenol) 8. Glow Sticks 9. ADD/ADHD Medications/Amphetamines 10. Mouse and Rat Poison

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