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Special Diets for Special Pets

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Does your pet have skin problems, are they overweight, or do they have a sensitive stomach? Ask us for recommendations for special diets. We carry a variety of special diets at our practice that are great for helping pets with weight difficulties, allergies, dental problems, and other issues. Sometimes a change in what your pet eats is all that’s needed to help them back on their paws. Schedule an appointment for your pet when we return to the line.

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Is your dog gassy? Is your cat losing fur? The cause may be what you’re putting into their food bowls. Pets can have allergies and intolerances to certain foods, just like humans can, and their bodies will develop symptoms as warning signs to let us know that something is wrong. If your pet has gas, hair loss, or they’re vomiting or itching, let us know and we’ll schedule an appointment to see if what they’re eating is the cause of their discomfort.

Paws Off the Candy

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Whether it’s a box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day or goodies to fill Easter baskets, candy is commonly found in our homes. Our team advises you to keep all candy – no matter what kind – far away from your pets. Chocolate, candy containing sugar substitutes, foil and plastic wrappers, and the sticks used for suckers and lollipops are all dangerous for our pets. The easiest thing to do is keep all candy in sealed containers and put them in places your pet can’t access.

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We all love candy, no matter if we’re celebrating a holiday or if we’re just looking to treat ourselves. Just remember that candy of any kind is not safe for our pets to eat. Animals have different digestive systems than humans do, so a bar of chocolate or a sugar-free hard candy that’s harmless to a person is very dangerous to a pet. If you want to treat your pet, give them time and attention. Pets are helpless against the powers of a new toy or a belly rub.

New Pet? We’ll Help You!

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Did you receive a new pet as a gift during the holidays? Congratulations! Just make sure you’re prepared to take on the responsibility of being a pet owner. Schedule an appointment at our practice as soon as you’re able to after the holidays and our team can guide you on how to properly care for your new friend. Pet ownership isn’t hard if you’re prepared and have an awesome veterinary team like ours to support you.

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If you received a new pet as a gift for the holidays, call our practice to schedule their first visit as soon as possible. Our team will work with you so you’ll know how to take care of your pet and give them the happy life they deserve. We’re all pet owners here, and we know what it’s like to be new at this whole pet ownership thing. Ask us for information and schedule your pet’s first appointment when we return. We’re here to help your pet AND you.

Dangerous Medications

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Did you know nearly half of all pet poisonings are caused by human medications? You should keep all human medication in sealed bottles and in areas your pet can’t access. Antidepressants, chemotherapy drugs, birth control, NSAIDs, and other medications are not safe for animals. If your pet needs medicine, consult your veterinarian first. If your pet has ingested human medication, call our practice or the Pet Poison Helpline at (855) 764-7661.

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If your pet is in pain, anxious, or they have allergies, you may want to give them the medicine you take to help them feel better. DON’T DO IT. Instead, schedule a visit to our practice and let our team discuss what medications would be appropriate for your pet’s situation. We recommend doing this because human medications are extremely dangerous for pets, and we can prescribe medications that are specifically made for pets that can get them on the road to wellness.

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