Angela VanHolland
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    February is Pet Dental Month and a great time to review why a healthy mouth can equal a healthy pet. According to the ASPCA Web site, here are some things you should know or … more
      With the many reports of skunks within city limits this fall, I’d like to take the opportunity to remind pet owners to make sure your dog or cat’s rabies … more
The holidays are a time to eat, drink, and be merry! However, there are many holiday foods and decorations in your home that are dangerous to your pet's health. more
As with humans, tartar builds up on our pets’ teeth. This tartar is formed by food particles and bacteria that combine with the saliva, and in time it will begin to accumulate on the teeth both above and below the gum line. If left unchecked, this accumulation of tartar eventually causes a variety of dental conditions that range from mild discomfort and bad breath to tooth abscesses and difficulty eating. more
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