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Veterinary Blog in Tavares, FL
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Lyme Disease Prevention Tips
Lyme Disease Prevention Tips As cold winter weather slowly slips away and warm spring temperatures arrive, sluggish parasites wake up. This makes April the perfect time for Prevention of Lyme Disease in Dogs Month. Take action to reduce your pet’s likelihood of...
How to Prepare for Your Pet’s Passing
How to Prepare for Your Pet’s Passing Although a pet’s passing is never easy, preparing for the eventuality can help ease your mental and emotional distress. Here are four ways to help prepare for—and grieve—your pet’s eventual passing. #1: Assess your...
Springtime Pet Emergencies and How To Prepare
Keep your pet safe this spring with these tips and advice on how to recognize common pet emergencies and know how to act when they occur.
Coping With Pet Loss
Are you struggling to process the loss of a beloved pet? This article offers three tips that can help you cope during this difficult period.
Fun Valentine’s Day Pet Treat Ideas
Love is in the air! Check out these three safe pet treats for your beloved furry friend this Valentine’s Day.
3 Signs It’s Time for the First Pet Dental Cleaning
Wondering when to schedule your pet’s dental cleaning? Here are three telltale signs that it might be time.
What Is Canine Influenza and What Should You Know About It
What Is Canine Influenza and What Should You Know About It Cough, cough, cough. Hearing your pup cough after you had the flu may make you wonder if they caught your illness. While your dog certainly can become sick with a respiratory condition, “the flu” is...
Helpful Low-Effort Exercises for Senior Pets
Helpful Low-Effort Exercises for Senior Pets As your furry companion ages, regular exercise is critical to help them maintain healthy muscle mass and body condition. However, the same activities your pet enjoyed when they were younger can create too much stress...
Ways To Deal With Changing Behavior in Your Senior Pet
Ways To Deal With Changing Behavior in Your Senior Pet Getting older seems to bring with it several health problems for our furry friends, including behavior issues. As your furry pal grows older, keep an eye out for common behavior issues that may pop up so...
How to Keep Your Cat Healthy
How to Keep Your Cat Healthy You might think cats are largely self-sufficient and require little care, especially compared to their canine counterparts. Realistically, they need just as much attention to remain happy and healthy. Keep your feline friend in...