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Tag Archives: cat health

National Cat Health Month: 6 Signs It’s Time to See the Vet

February is Cat Health Month, a simple reminder that cats can’t take care of themselves (regardless of how independent they may seem.) While felines may go to the vet less often than their canine counterparts, it doesn’t make cat health … Continue reading

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Preventing Holiday Weight Gain In Pets

Preventing holiday weight gain in pets: Oh, the holidays – Once they roll around we are inundated with sweets, treats, and goodies galore.  Top that off with the big meals that we’ve convinced ourselves are calorie free! A little holiday … Continue reading

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The Shakedown on Sugars: It’s pet diabetes month

November is National Pet Diabetes Month. Originally intended to raise awareness among humans, diabetes month has extended to pets.  We feel it’s important to share what we know about pet diabetes, primarily prevention, symptoms, and treatments.   Diabetes occurs when the … Continue reading

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Pet Obesity Awareness: What You Can Do

October 11 is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Pet obesity awareness so important and here’s why. It’s an unfortunate fact that nearly 54% of dogs and 59% of cats are considered clinically obese. This translates into literally millions of unhealthy … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Isn’t Just For People

Pumpkin isn’t just for people who wear yoga pants Even before the weather got brisk or the trees lost their leaves we knew fall was coming. Why? Because pumpkin is EVERYWHERE. Lattes, candles, baked goods, and even body wash has … Continue reading

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