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4 Tips To Help Your Senior Pet With Seasonal Changes

4 Tips To Help Your Senior Pet With Seasonal Changes

4 Tips To Help Your Senior Pet With Seasonal Changes   The changing seasons affect everyone differently, but the switch from balmy summer weather to frigid temperatures can really do a number on your senior pet. Here are four ways to help your furry pal easily...

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When Should I Worry About Lumps and Bumps on My Pet?

When Should I Worry About Lumps and Bumps on My Pet?

When Should I Worry About Lumps and Bumps on My Pet?   November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Since approximately 1 in 4 pets will develop cancer at some stage in their life, it is essential to know how to spot potential warning signs. This month, our...

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5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile

5 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Remain Mobile   As your pet ages, they likely will experience stiff, achy joints caused by osteoarthritis. Fortunately, you have many options to help keep your senior pet active and mobile throughout their golden years. Give the...

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5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips   As October 31 approaches, you may be planning all sorts of spooky activities to celebrate Halloween. If you include your pet in the festivities, ensure you do so safely by following our team’s top five Halloween pet safety tips....

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Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain

Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain

Ways To Tell Your Pet Is in Pain   Pets are the best at hiding any vulnerabilities, so it can be tough to tell when they are in pain. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, so do your pet a favor and learn the following common signs of pain to get them help...

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Reasons That Can Cause Diarrhea in Dogs

Reasons That Can Cause Diarrhea in Dogs

Reasons That Can Cause Diarrhea in Dogs   Nothing makes a pet owner rise from their bed more quickly in the middle of the night than the unmistakable sound—and smell—of their dog having diarrhea. This occurrence may prompt you to turn to Google for...

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Trophy Club, TX 76262
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