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Adopting Older Pets

It doesn’t take some kind of magical imprinting with the young to bond with an animal. Baby animals do not have special abilities that allow them to be closer ...

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Allergies

Have you noticed your pet itching, scratching, chewing, or licking excessively? Does he sneeze frequently and shake his head or rub his face often? These may be signs that...

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Allergies In Pets, Scratching The Surface

The Humane Society of America estimates that over 60% of American homes have pets. Dogs and cats remain the most common pets in America, accounting for more than 90% ...

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Asthma in Pets

Can your pet have asthma? Yes! Just like us, our furry companions can develop asthma. Though more common in cats than dogs, pets can suffer from asthma attacks, too ...

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Behavioral Issues in Pets

What causes such behavioral issues? What are the most common kinds, and should they be a source of worry?

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What is Bloat GDV?

Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is a rapidly progressive life-threatening condition that affects millions of dogs every year. In the beginning, the stomach fills with gas, food, foam, or air, causing ...

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Canine Influenza

Though you may be familiar with flu outbreaks, did you know that your dog can catch the flu as well? Recent outbreaks of canine influenza across the country have …

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Cat Bath Time Survival Guide

We’ve all been taught since we were kids that cats hate water. Whether it was from Saturday morning cartoons or real-life experience playing with felines, it’s become common knowledge ...

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5 Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic, and potentially debilitating, condition in cats. The disorder is most prevalent among obese cats, male cats over eight years old, and those on a ...

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Protecting Your Pets From Dangerous Plants

Hunger and curiosity can make for a bad combination. I don’t know about your pet, but most seem to have both traits in spades. The second pets get outside ...

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5 Signs Your Dog is Dehydrated

Hunger and curiosity can make for a bad combination. I don’t know about your pet, but most seem to have both traits in spades. The second pets get outside ...

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Dealing with Eye Discharge in Dogs and Cats

The occasional discharge from the eyes of your dog or cat that can stain their fur is not a cause for alarm. However, when you see mucus, tears, gunk ...

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Can My Dog Have Allergies?

Oh, Spring. The sun is out, the flowers are in bloom, and children are enjoying the outdoors. Everyone is happy—except for those of us suffering from seasonal allergies ...

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Does Your Dog Need a Blood Pressure Test?

Just like humans, dogs can also experience hypertension or high blood pressure. This occurs when, over time, the arterial blood pressure in your dog is abnormally high. High blood ...

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Do Dogs Need Sweaters or Jackets?

Oh, Spring. The sun is out, the flowers are in bloom, and children are enjoying the outdoors. Everyone is happy—except for those of us suffering from seasonal allergies ...

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Cleaning Your Pet's Ears

A regular grooming routine is a must for our animal companions. Besides keeping your pet looking and feeling the best way possible, grooming your pet regularly allows you to...

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Fall Safety and Your Pet

We love fall for the football, crisp cool air, colorful foliage and even a little bit of snow (depending on where you live). The refreshing temperatures and vibrant colors ...

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Fire Safety and Your Pets

In grade school, we’re all taught to take preventative measures to ensure an adequate amount of fire safety in our homes. We’re all well aware of the classic “stop ...

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Five Tips to Keep Your Pet Safe This October

Fall has officially arrived, and the holiday season is just around the corner. As we enter October, many people will begin to decorate for Halloween and plan out festivities ...

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4 Things You Should Know About Dog Food Allergies

Food allergies. The moment you see or hear these two words, you most likely think about how they are becoming increasingly common for human beings. But did you know ...

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Friendly Foods You Can Share With Your Pet

We love fall for the football, crisp cool air, colorful foliage, and even a little bit of snow (depending on where you live). The refreshing temperatures and vibrant colors...

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Giardia in Dogs

Many animals have the habit of eating and drinking just about anything––much to the chagrin of their owners. For this reason, some pets eventually end up catching an illness ...

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A Happier, Healthier Year for You and Your Pet

During this time of year, many of us set new goals and perspectives for the year ahead. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, consider your pet as well!

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The Holidays and the Potential Pet Hazards

As homes begin to fill with holiday cheer, curious pets can become enticed by the new sights, smells, and tastes of the season. While you decorate, cook, and wrap...

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Protecting Your Pet With Pet Insurance

If you have ever owned a pet, you probably know that giving your pet the proper care he or she deserves can become expensive over time, even for ...

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July 4th Pet Safety

As Independence Day quickly approaches, we know many of us are excited for the celebrations this weekend. As you prepare for your 4th of July festivities, it is important ...

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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

You may have heard of people microchipping their pets, but have you microchipped your own? According to recent studies, over 10 million cats and dogs in the U.S. are ...

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Tips For Pets With Noise Phobias

Have you ever seen your dog or cat become fidgety, anxious and hyperactive when there are fireworks or a thunderstorm? Your dog or cat may start breathing heavily, bark ...

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Unusual Outdoor Threats to Protect Your Pet From

Summer season is the most awaited season of the year, as it means you can indulge in fun activities with your pets outdoors and take in the sun and ...

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External Parasites and Prevention

One of the most serious viruses your dog or cat may get is the parvovirus. This virus is highly contagious and carries a high mortality rate if not treated ...

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Parvovirus

One of the most serious viruses your dog or cat may get is the parvovirus. This virus is highly contagious and carries a high mortality rate if not treated ...

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The Importance of Pet Nail Care

Nail trimming is an essential part of pet care, just like with humans! Clean, trimmed nails on your pet can be a clear sign of good hygiene and health...

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Puppies and Parvo - What Every New Puppy Owner Should Know

If you have just adopted a new puppy, or are soon to get one, parvo should be something that you familiarize yourself with. Parvo is an illness that affects ...

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A Care Guide For New Rabbit's Housing & Exercise

If you’re a new rabbit owner, you’re currently probably a combination of both elated and nervous. Elated, because your new pet is amazing, cute, and everything you’ve ever wanted ...

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World Rabies Day - How to Protect Your Pet from Rabies

September 28th is world rabies day and all of us at Country Club Animal Clinic want to spread awareness about rabies and how to protect your pet from this ...

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Pet Care Tips For Senior Dogs

For most of us, a dog is part of the family and can go to any extent to ensure their well-being. Just like puppies, senior dogs need special care ...

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Senior Pet Care Awareness

Today, pets are living longer thanks to improvements in medicine, pet care, nutrition, and increased awareness of pet health and safety. This makes it more important for pet caretakers ...

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7 Signs That You Have a Sick Bird

Having a pet bird is completely different from having a pet cat or dog. Although you may have experience with taking care of a sick cat or dog, taking ...

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Snoring in Pets

Does your pet snore? Is it less of a gentle cat purr or a deep exhale from Fido during a daytime nap and more of an audible snore similar ...

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Spring Pet Care

Did you know that May is National Pet Month? Similar to National Pet Day in April, the month of May is dedicated to loving and protecting our pets! This ...

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Keeing Your Pet Cool During Summer

As the temperature rises and summer arrives, it is important to take steps in protecting your pet against the heat and humidity. Whether you are out for a walk, …As the temperature rises and summer arrives, it is important to take steps in protecting your pet against the heat and humidity.

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Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe All Summer Long

Your poor pooch has been holed up all winter long, slowly building up energy day by day until it’s ready to explode with the zoomies. Or, maybe your cat ...

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Swimming With Your Pet

Swimming is an excellent way to beat the summer heat and bond with your pet. Dogs, guinea pigs, and even some cats may enjoy taking a dip with you...

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Teach an Old Dog New Tricks

Turns out, you can teach an old dog new tricks. There’s no reason why you couldn’t! Still, remember that the physical limits of your canine friend may mean choosing ...

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10 Things Your Pet Could Be Allergic To

Every seasonal change brings in a handful allergies. Many people suffer from pollen allergies during the springtime causing sneezing, congestion and a runny nose which is why the month ...

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Thanksgiving Safety for Your Pet

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for all of us and our pets. However, it’s important to pay attention to your pets on this holiday to make sure that they’re ...

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How To Keep Dogs Stress Free During Thanksgiving

It is always fun when you are the host of a holiday gathering. Not only do you get to welcome people into your home, but you get to prepare ...

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Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe This Winter

How much trouble can your pet get into during the winter? While your dog or cat may be spending more time inside and around you, accidents can still happen ...

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Keep Your Pet Happy and Warm This Winter Holiday

Cold and dry air, chilling rain, and possible snow and ice can have your layering up trying to stay warm throughout the month. December is also the height of ...

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6 Winter Pet Safety Tips

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! At least, it is for us humans. For our furry friends, it’s a season of cold weather, delicious smelling food, and ...

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ZOONOTIC DISEASES

Animals provide many benefits to human civilization. Many people interact with animals in their daily lives, both at home and away from home. Animals can provide food, livelihood, travel ...

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