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February 15, 2019
When it comes to your pet’s health, periodontal disease is one of the most important considerations in a long-term care plan. In fact, bad oral health is responsible for some of the worst conditions your pet can experience, with late-stage symptoms that can include organ failure and untimely death. Preventing periodontal disease in your pet can help to provide your little friend with more than just a good quality of life, it will provide them with more years with the family as well.
January 15, 2019
Watery, itchy eyes, sensitive skin, uncontrollable sneezing… sounds like a day in the life of your allergy symptoms. But we’re not talking about your allergies – we’re talking about your pet’s. That’s right, your pet can experience the same allergy symptoms as you can, without access to a big box of tissues. Even more, they can’t really let us know they are having an allergic reaction until we see signs first hand. Paying attention to the common signs of pet allergies is the best way to make sure you can help your pet when allergies flare up. Let’s take a closer look.