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Ticks are more active when the temperature is above 0°C. Adult ticks are most common between March to May and September to December.
Brushing your pet's teeth may sound strange—haven't cats and dogs survived for millennia without toothbrushes? Pet dental care is essential!
Pets snuggle up in winter too. Adjust their pet's regular routine in winter to keep them happy, safe, and warm until spring.
The month of December is full of holiday celebrations, feasts, and gatherings. While these are joyous occasions for family and friends, they can pose a real danger to cats.
Dogs often have internal parasites, which can be dangerous. Roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, and heartworms are the most prevalent internal dog parasites.
External parasites live on cats' fur and skin, whereas internal parasites live in their organs like the heart or intestines.
The most common signs are scratching of the ears and shaking of the head. Scratching may also lead to skin abrasions around the ears.
Christmas is about family, happiness, and indulgence. Let's help our dogs avoid hidden risks, foods, plants, electrical hazards, and more.
Giardia can become a serious problem when you don’t know what you are dealing with. That’s why our very own Dr. Barrientos has answered the top 6 questions about this parasite.
This article covers useful tips for new pet owners on how to take care of their first kitten, from nutrition, protection from hazards, potty training, and more
This article covers useful tips on how to protect your pet from the summer heat and prevent a heatstroke during the warmest summer period.
Dr. Ma explains all you need to know about Heartworm Disease. She answers pet owners' most common questions to help you avoid your pet getting this deadly disease.
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