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National Service Dog Month

September is National Service Dog Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness and showing appreciation for the extraordinary work service animals do every day for the people in their care. National Service Dog Month honors these working dogs for making millions of lives better and safer. As partners and companions to our human species, dogs […]

CAN PETS SPREAD COVID-19?

Please, be aware that at this time, there is no evidence that animals play a     significant role in spreading the virus that causes COVID-19! Based on the limited information available to date, the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to people is considered to be low. We are still learning about this virus, but it appears […]

STAY SAFE DURING COVID-19! ORDER ONLINE!

• Prepare your pet just as you would prepare your family. This includes stocking up on a 2-4 week supply of food, medications (don’t forget subscription medications), litter and other supplies. Learn more about pet safety in emergencies. • Make sure your pet’s medical records, vaccines, and preventative medications (tick, flea, internal parasites) are up […]

What Low-Protein Really Means in Cat Food

Low-Protein Doesn’t Mean No Protein Cats are obligate carnivores, which means the nutrition they need to stay healthy is derived from protein and fat. Dr. Hohenhaus explains, “All pet food is composed of protein, fat and carbohydrates—and if one goes up, the others go down so that a complete and balanced diet is created.” So […]

How to Reduce Dog Hair Shedding

As a small animal veterinarian practicing in hot South Florida, dog hair shedding is one of the most common concerns from my clients. By owning a 150-pound Saint Bernard that belongs in the Arctic, not on the sunny beaches of South Florida, I can totally relate with my pet parents’ frustration when it comes to […]

Could Your Pet Be Allergic to Chicken?

Did you know that the top most allergenic foods for dogs and cats are chicken and beef? As a small animal veterinarian, I commonly see second opinions for a food allergy that has been misdiagnosed and overlooked. It is sometimes hard to “digest” that pets could be allergic to chicken or beef, as these are […]

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