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Pet Dangers in the Garden

Not All Shamrocks Are Lucky shamrocks Some plants are deceiving as you don’t think there is danger lurking especially shamrocks as they are believed to bring luck.  Both green and purple shamrocks as well as Rhubarb and Sour Starfruit contain a soluble oxalate crystal that can wreak  havoc on all pets. An animal will have […]

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February is Pet Dental Health Month

Do you brush your teeth daily and if you have children have taught them to do so as well. But what about your pet?  Are they receiving daily, weekly or monthly dental care? DOG-DENTURE-768×644 Yes you can provide your dog with dental chews that will provide minimal plaque removal, but a deep cleaning and exam […]

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Does Your Pet Have BAD Breath?

Bad Breath or halitosis could be more than just a sign that Rover ate something bad, it’s often a sign that your dog’s dental health is not what it should be. Why you need to brush your Dog’s Teeth… Dog and Cat Chews can do some of the work for you, but brushing your pet’s […]

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Geometry & Physics Can Fix Your Dog’s Torn Knee

Repairing Your Dog’s Torn Knee Ligament Has your Dog Torn a Ligament?  ACL surgery in dogs or CCL surgery is by far the most common orthopedic surgery performed in all veterinary medicine. Whether your dog is big or small, active or inactive there’s always the possibility you’ll need to discuss knee surgery with your Veterinarian. The vast […]

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7 Symptoms of Dog Hip Dysplasia

Like humans, dogs can develop hip problems, but it doesn’t always start at an older age as you would expect.  Hip dysplasia is often something a dog is born with when hip joints don’t develop normally, later deteriorating and eventually leading to the movement loss of the hip joint. Hip dysplasia is a common problem […]

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NJ Dogs are Feeling the Summer Heat

We’ve had an immediate summer this year AND THE HEAT IS FINALLY HERE. Dogs can adjust but may need some assistance from their owners to feel comfortable. bulldog-1275760_960_720 Some things owners can do to ease the transition: Keep your dog hydrated. Have cool clean water available at all times. Give them a haircut if they have long […]

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Free Exam For Kittens and Puppies

puppy_kitten-300×300 Get A Free Exam For Your New Pet. Pet Ownership can be an exciting adventure and sometimes an expensive one. Along with adoption or purchase fees, you need to provide a safe environment, quality food and healthcare for your new furry friend.  Annual costs can range from $1000 to $1200 annually, and in most cases […]

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Recognizing Dental Problems in Pets

One of the most common pet diseases is silent and preventable. Seventy percent of cats and 80 percent of dogs three years of age and older are estimated to have oral disease. Whether your pet has gum disease or a broken tooth, it has consequences beyond his or her mouth. The bacteria housed in gums […]

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